Thank you all! Your comments were so sweet. Thank you.
P.S. Michelle, email me at Timothy@puckfund.org. I don't know how to reach you! Thanks!
Tonight, I held a free tele-seminar for music therapists to teach the business principles we don't get in our schooling. It was so much fun! I love coaching, and I love music therapy, and to get to support and coach music therapists to be more confident, more successful, man that just lights me UP!
The rhythm of my weeks has really been enjoyable lately. I work in my office on Mondays, go to the hospital on Tuesdays, coach my coaching clients from home on Wednesdays, back to the hospital on Thursdays, back in my office working for PUCK on Fridays. Angelique works at her office on Mon/Wed/Fri and works out of my office on Tue/Thu. This allows someone to work from home every day of the week. We are really grateful to not have to be in the same place two days in a row! Keeps things fun and fresh.
Of course, that rhythm is about to change yet again, and this is the rhythm of life... change. Perhaps the greatest suffering in life is relating to change as something that can be either resisted, avoided, thwarted, or bypassed. If change is ubiquitous, why are we 'creatures of habit?' I find that perplexing. I always laugh at this conundrum. I think of Melman in Madagascar when he screams, "AHH NATURE! GET IT OFF ME!" I think people relate to change like, "AHH CHANGE! GET IT OFF ME!" LOL.
I was just having lunch with two colleagues reminding them that one month from now, the happy grin on my face will be replaced by the flat affect of sleep deprivation. I wanted them to know when they see me, if I don't beam like I was today, it'll be due to the sweet baby in the nest at home.
It is so worth it.
I'll tell you what, one of the things I love about this whole process, is the idea of Bella and Julian chilling together in heaven talking about the three of us down here... Bella giving Baby J all the details about us.
What's a big sister for? He's lucky, man. He gets a big sis in heaven to prep him into life, and a big sis down here to walk with him through life. How cool is that? What a cool dude.
Alright. Gotta run. Much love to you all. So much love.