Cleaning the Garage

Garage1Life is such a mystery. I have been working on stepping back from as many things as I can in order to deal with my fatigue. Last week I decreased my work hours and stopped doing a church assignment, and I’m still looking at things to drop. Lo and behold, yesterday I had very little fatigue! That was so great! What a gift! I was finally able to start working on cleaning the garage. I felt like a “regular person!” I gotta say though that cleaning the garage is a huge challenge. I got kinda mad at Steve for leaving me all this to do. I can’t believe all the pesticide I found!  In his defense, he did apologize for this before he died because he knew I would have a lot to clean up. And I will forgive him when I’m done. My goal now is to work on it about an hour a day. Steve would agree that it’s important for me to “clear the space” and “balance the energy” in my environment, so that’s what I’m working on. I think hanging on to his stuff won’t be an energetically sound thing for me to do. Stuck energy can be detrimental to physical and emotional and spiritual health. My fatigue feels like stuck energy so de-cluttering will help. My kids have been a great help, and I know this is hard for them. The circle of life keeps rolling on.

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  1. Hi Glenda,

    Sounds like you need to have a garage sale!! I will trade you the garage stuff for Greg missing a life insurance policy payment 3 months before he was diagnosed with terminal lung cancer, I’m still sad/mad about that. I am so happy for you that you are getting rid of “things” and time consuming projects that give you more time to take care of yourself. Love, Jeanne

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