Earlier this week after I adulted my way thru things like grocery shopping and smart purchases, I was at Trader Joe’s when a little girl was attempting to race one of the kid’s carts down the freezer aisle.
Her mother said, “you may go fast, safely.” I felt that was a perfect way to describe where I am trying to find the balance. Most days, I try to make healthy choices. Choosing something that makes me happy but is not reckless. Some days I embrace the limit testing.
This is my life now and I am fully responsible for all of my decisions. I am living my life with no regrets and it feels amazing. It takes me back to when we enjoyed cocktails at the Four Seasons George V and one of the cocktails was called, Enjoy Yourself with No Regrets.
In the past life, we often struggled to make simple decisions. Learning to trust my gut has been liberating. Sometimes it is simple decisions like knowing myself well enough to get the tires that help my truck handle better.
Saturday I planned to go to the Ed Sheeran concert, however two different wing women cancelled and purchasing two tickets on my own was out of the question. While I was debating, a girlfriend who went to the concert in Vegas texted me saying, “seize moments.”
I found a ticket online for a lot less than what I was going to spend before. Then I received the ticket and like my Lucky15 night, I knew it was meant to be when the ticket was in row D, seat 9 aka happy anniversary to me. The seat was epically good view of the stage yet again.
Ed Sheeran is mesmerizing in concert, truly mesmerizing. My favorite lyric that captures the life that lies ahead for me so well was from a song that was unfamiliar to me:
It’s a new dawn, a new day, a new life for me – ed sheeran
After the concert, I seized yet another moment and headed to the Valley Bar to watch my friend DJ and dance my heart out. It was a good night indeed.