Life moves at a very fast pace. There are meetings to be had. People to see in the hospital. Students to study with. And sermons or articles to write. There are those moments where there seems to be too much on the to-do list and I wonder how I will ever get it all done. This weekend was one of those weekends during which there was something going on almost every minute of all three days. I knew it would be a challenge to get it all done, but I knew I could if I just kept myself focused.
The weekend has ended and it was awesome! Shabbat was beautiful. Purim was a kick – both for the adults and the children. And we even managed to have dinner with friends. Now here it is the middle of the week and I feel like I am stalled!
Jennifer im’d me and asked how it was going and I said, I felt like I was in a holding pattern. That’s when she told me of days without a pace car. So true! Today, just feels like a day without a pace car.
There is much to do, but honestly, I can’t get my head wrapped around it. Is this so bad? No not really. Just a little frustrating because when we are racing with the pace car, there is that momentum that we have to keep. But without it, it feels a little sluggish.
Maybe instead of trying to find the pace car right now, I should try to enjoy the more mellow moments. After all, they are far and few between.
Pace car, come back when you’re fueled up – for now, I’m going to enjoy the meadow.