Wednesday 11 February 2015
At last, the sun has come out and things are starting to thaw out here in the mountains of northern Spain. We're lucky these days that weather forecasting is as good as it is. So, we had plenty of notice that the snow was coming. Farmers in my village moved their livestock into their barns and parked up their tractors for the duration.
It was one of those instances when you just had to let things be as they would be. The power was off and on as well as the telephone. For me and my clients, it meant that readings had to be rescheduled. Frustrating? Yes. Could anything be done about it? No. Well, there was one thing - to follow where life was leading you.
Under a blanket of snow, it's amazing how quiet it is. Granted, I don't live in a noisy part of the world. But you usually hear the odd tractor and chainsaw - not to mention the odd cowbell. Not over the past few days - complete silence.
So, I resisted the urge to wonder when things would return to normal - when readings could be rescheduled - when the internet would be restored - and just tried to connect with and enjoy the silence. I took this as a sign that life decided that in this part of the world each of us could do with a break from our everyday activities - different though they may be.
For me personally, it turned out to be a time to reflect on the beauty of the countryside and to realise that letting go of all of the noise in our lives can lead to us becoming recharged, re-energised, re-focused - which is a good thing as my go-go-go daily schedule is back.
I enjoyed my time off - even if it wasn't planned - and I hope that the next time life forces you to have an unplanned break you can try to go with it and spend some quiet time - with yourself!
Until next time,
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