Getting back on track

So, it has been a bit of a week at work, and my overall feeing of exhaustion just makes it hard to keep my thoughts together, but as someone demonstrated to me today, a few minutes of directed think has opened a constellation of possibility by asking me what I knew, and telling me that it was valuable.
It is depressing how the smallest amount of encouragement can move me to considering possibilities. I think the hardest thing is thinking about how much fun it would be to do what I love, and to avoid feeling like an idiot for not pursuing my dreams before now. As they say, decisions made become milestones as we mark our lives. Where I have been has made me what I am, and I think I am getting ready to be different.

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