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Wednesday wool-gatherings

Wednesday

6:24 pm - Well rested and all high on energy. I am now ready to tackle my orders. This month has been going great by God's grace. I am so happy with the way my kick boxing classes are shaping up. I hogged on pizzas, Maggi and Coke yesterday which I burned up today thus I am "guilt-free" at this moment.

Anyway since I have not made a Monday Musings post in like ages, thought I shall make one right now. So let's name this post Wednesday wool-gatherings. 
Wool gathering means - indulgence in aimless thought or dreamy imagining; absent-mindedness.
(This post is not about wool, wool products, or me knitting anything. It is not about a sheep either.)

Looking out my window -
 A wonderful twilight and a big lovely tree. Some of the leaves are turning red so it's a pretty sight. 

As I ponder - 
How the hell am I going to finish all my orders due by the end of this month. How will I also participate in this competition I am planning to join as the due date is the end of this month. Actually I was planning to go on a break just to focus on the competition but as I have mentioned before, I cannot say "no" to good work. 

What I am learning- 
As usual my over-thinking/anxious/stressful/psychotic nature hampers me when it comes to enjoying the present. I am really trying hard to not think about the future and enjoy the present. I am trying to be grateful for what I have and not spoil my present over the anxiousness of the future. 

What I am creating-
Working on a commission. So basically creating a lot of art this week.

What I am reading-
Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban. Yes, I have started the complete Harry Potter series again.

What I am watching-
Friends Season 6. I am watching the complete show again.

What I am hearing-
Ae Dil hai mushkil by Arijit Singh is on loop. Lovely song.
Mirzya by Daler Mehndi. Another great track.

Pictures I want to share-
                                     
I had gone to this lunch party where someone got this amazing Parsi dessert. I have no idea what it is called but it was really good. If any one of you know what Parsi dessert this is, do let me know.

                               
The chandelier and design of the Iskon Temple ceiling. I love taking pictures of lights and lovely designs. 

What I am drinking-
 Water.

What's happening in the kitchen -
Dhokla, rotis and vegetables. 

A quote I want to share -
"Magic happens when you don't give up, even though you want to. The universe always falls in love with a stubborn heart."
K had sent me this in the morning to get me all motivated to work!

Looking forward -
To September end so that I am done with my commissions and I can work on a great project idea that K and I have planned together! Stay tuned!

A peek into my week -
Kickboxing, acupressure therapy, grocery shopping and loads of art work! It's a busy week! Waitong for Saturday to see my folks!

Final thought- 
 “NitwitBlubberOddmentTweak!” 

Peace.




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