It is here. And it is seriously, seriously making me very aware of the huge change afoot. I am midway through the house pack up/chuck out mission. I am a lucky girl with a friend here to support me in this project – and another joining me in the morning.
Tomorrow my new tenants are coming over to check out the washing machine and dryer – with any luck they’ll buy them. More reality checks.
In other uber exciting news I got the email re my Visa application I’ve been waiting for. More paper work to fill out. Most excitingly, orginally they mentioned an E3 Visa to me, however, the lawyer is now talking L1. Means nothing to me, but having shared this info with some friends is apparently quite an amazing result. As in less hassle if I want to stay in NY more than two years.
There’s no getting off this train now peeps, I’m boarded and headed to my destination at full speed!
Oh and the universe is kindly sending me messages of support. The latest, an email from a website I subscribe to featuring the following material from a book I’ve read and loved:
The road less travelled
Your attitude has the power to shape your reality in two possible, and opposite, directions.
1. The direction that constricts and corners you in with fear
2. The direction that open you up to self-expression and possibility
If, like Robert Frost, you take the second option and walk the road less travelled, something remarkable will occur = your margin of control over circumstances will increase.
People who walk the road less travelled share certain qualities.
A sense of urgency.
These qualities give them a unique ability to shape circumstance, to create their world, and to change THE world.