Week 14 – Wait for me!


The horse’s hooves thud loudly on the ground in front of me. He is full tilt charging forward and gaining a lot of ground away from me. I am fervently running behind this horse trying to catch up. I am flailing my arms. I am calling out ” Wait for me! Wait for me!”

This horse is the MKMMA course. Christmas has come and gone. There has been much merriment since Dec 24. Days have blended into one another. There have been many late nights and late starts to mornings.

There has been much hustle and bustle as we get ready to head out to the next family gathering event. It is the same every year. And every year I say “Next year will be different. We will keep it low key. We will stay home more. Enjoy. Relax. Relish in the delights of Christmas close to home.”

And so…the readings have been less, the sits have been scattered, the POA has taken a back seat to holiday activities.

But one thing has remained steady. Gratitude. Recognizing all the wonderful abundance in my life. Noticing all the people whom I have been blessed to share the holidays with year over year. And isn’t that what this time of year is about? Sharing your time with those you love.

I am whole, perfect, strong, powerful, LOVING, harmonious and happy.

2016 is quickly coming to a close and I am grateful for everything I have experienced and made happen. I know that I am going to catch that horse, jump back on it and ride it confidently into 2017 finishing strong!

I wish all in the MKMMA community a very happy, healthy and prosperous 2017.


9 thoughts on “Week 14 – Wait for me!

  1. And the same to you Natalie…..your honesty is about a very small hiccup because I know how dedicated you are to the MKMMA course and I have no doubt…that if you have already caught up to that horse….it is just around the corner.


  2. Thank you Natalie, Happy New Year, 2017 is our best year ever!!! ❤

    (PS.. that first paragraph was breathtaking in its description. Hope you enjoy many, many quiet evenings of loving closeness in the future.)


  3. Great metaphor Natalie, I think you described very well that kind of feelings that lots of us has experienced during the Christmas time. Thanks for sharing it with us. Enjoy the 2017!


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