I asked, I prayed, and I meditated on my request last night. I slept with the mala last night, and wore the mala all day today, reminding myself of the intention I set with it, each time I noticed it.
And that was great.
I had breakfast with my dad.
That was great, too.
I reached out to someone who, for whatever reason, kept calling out in my mind for me to contact. A male, yes.
And that, though nothing has come of it, including a response from him, also was great.
And I continued my progress on this coding adventure today, making what felt like major strides. I finished the CSS intro course, and then a coding intro course I had forgotten that I had ever begun (because before HTML basics caught my attention as an option!).
Finishing that felt great.
Then, I began working on an app that the family friend sent me for learning and using Swift, so I can learn to do the coding used for Apple products. That part was a blast. And I apparently am great and a natural at it, because I was doing things that just made sense to me (in order to create the shortest code), and then, in the following lesson, it would ‘teach me’ how to do what I totally had just already done… I was almost always one step ahead of the game.
That all was really great. I had to force myself to stop, using the iPad’s battery depletion as my excuse to have to stop for the day.
I was supposed to go to a yoga class with girls from the gym this evening. But I wasn’t feeling like getting out so late. I was grateful to receive a message declaring a need to reschedule from one of the girls. Woohoo! So, I worked for hours on the Swift program instead.
So, that was awesome.
And I began the reorganization and tidying that I have been very much avoiding for quite some months now (since March). There is still more to do tomorrow, especially, but it feels much mote doable, now that I have actually started it and have a vision for it.
So, that was a great relief, at least.
In other words, my day today was really awesome, and I am extremely grateful for it.