by Michelle Lasley

Michelle Lasley is a mother, wife in Pacific Northwest learning to balance green dreams with budget realities.

February 28, 2011

I am the most flexible person in my family. That is, I am the one who is generally most willing to roll with the punches, adjust and adapt as necessary, and generally find a silver lining to any cloud. But, with all the change over the last few years – me, the flexible one – I’m ready to settle in for a while. But, when we get ready to settle in, life often has different plans, and adapt and adjust is the modus operandi of the day.

I know it’s unrealistic to want stagnation, the comfort of routine, every day.

One change I must make tonight is closing this post, this pontification on change – so that I may change and go to bed. I am sleepy! Here’s to creating better routines to fulfill my obligations and flow with change is it will always come, like the tide and the full moon.

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