Yesterday I stopped.
My gas tank was completely and utterly empty. I had nothing left to give to anyone.
I closed my computer.
I left the dishes in the sink.
I left the the laundry in the baskets.
I left the mail on the counter.
I left emails unanswered.
I left my to do list undone.
I laid in my hammock and did nothing but listen to the wind rustling the giant tree in my backyard while two of my dogs ran and played.
I pushed away all the “shoulds” and just breathed.
And it was glorious.
We all need to stop a little more.
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