Thank God for the Fluff!

When thinking about how I have been TOO busy, I realized that the things keeping me so busy are MY LIFE! These moments that we rush through, the fluff of life, are the whole of life. There is a beginning and an end (the seams of life) but the middle, the fluff, that’s what counts. 

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I have been busy! Hell, my days are always busy but lately, I have actually had to do some real work (if that’s what they call working from home) and get the house ready for the holidays. So, a busy life has been so busy that I have had no time to blog about all of the things that keep me so busy!

Ahh, but now the house is quiet and I have finished my work for the day. Turns out my brain is tired. Imagine that! So, missing my blog, I turned to the daily prompt to get my head in the game again. FLUFF! Where does that even fit into a blog about life? I mean, one blogger posted a beautiful picture of fluffy ducks by the water. I could dive into the discussion about how many times I have found my peace sitting by the water and feeling as free as this flock. Another posted the fluff of a dandelion and provided a poem about life’s changes. I cannot count the number of times I have watched my grandchildren laugh as they blew those white “fairies” across the yard! Beautiful approaches such as these filled the page.

One, in particular, really triggered what I have been feeling. The author simply said to enjoy the fluff. What a concept!

When thinking about how I have been TOO busy, I realized that the things keeping me so busy are MY LIFE! These moments that we rush through, the fluff of life, are the whole of life. There is a beginning and an end (the seams of life) but the middle, the fluff, that’s what counts.

I’d rather be fluffing!

“Gigi”

Author: smudgesonmymirror

A dynamic mother/daughter duo that has overcome obstacles and chosen to embrace our experiences rather than to change our view of ourselves. Lovingly labeled by Gigi or Mommy, the tone and messages in each post will reflect generational viewpoints and family continuances.

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