Day 2 was more of a mixture of small things I normally “poo poo”. So here’s what I did:
I walked, a lot. I got off a stop early and walked home.
I finished my artwork for my new CD.
I cooked. Now many of you would think I cook a lot. Not true, I BAKE a lot but hardly ever cook. I had a friend come over and I made her dinner (Duck, Kale Chips and Cous Cous) and I did it all without stressing or breaking a sweat. It was an easy, economical way of nourishing myself. I need to do it more often.
Spring Cleaning. As many of you know, I participate in Mama Gena’s School for the Womanly Arts. If you don’t know about Mama Gena you should. She’s totally nuts and totally amazing and fun and I encourage you to look her up. Just don’t take too much stock in this video.
Anyway, Mama Gena has a “tool” which she calls Spring Cleaning that is done in partners. You decide on a topic you want to flush out of your system and your parter repeatedly asks you, “What do you have on ____?”. You talk, she thanks you for your answer and asks you again. This goes on for 5, 10, 15 minutes and then you switch.
I HATE Spring Cleaning. For some reason I am totally averse to it. I think mostly because it’s done on the phone and I hate talking on the phone. But my friend and I have figured out ways to make this a weekly ritual and make it less painful. So it usually involves dinner and actual facetime instead of the phone. So we did that last night over a home cooked meal and it was a big old YES for me.