Don’t Stop Believin’
Just a small town girl, livin’ in a lonely world She took the midnight train goin’ anywhere Just a city boy, born and raised in south detroit He took the midnight train goin’ anywhere
A singer in a smokey room A smell of wine and cheap perfume For a smile they can share the night It goes on and on and on and on
Strangers waiting, up and down the boulevard Their shadows searching in the night Streetlight people, living just to find emotion Hiding, somewhere in the night
Working hard to get my fill, Everybody wants a thrill Payin’ anything to roll the dice, Just one more time Some will win, some will lose Some were born to sing the blues Oh, the movie never ends It goes on and on and on and on
Don’t stop believin’ Hold on to the feelin’ Streetlight people
This last week was very full of consulting work projects, and I got alot done, so I feel great. I feel great because I got stuff done, which is what I like, its how I live, but the down side is the feelings that consume me when I am not accomplishing stuff. So right now, this very minute….I am pledging to myself to notice this moment that the feeling switches from good to bad, and do something about it, so I can “hold on to that feeling.”
I didn’t get to spend any time on my art business, but I am OK with that, so thats good. I spend one on one time with my kids, and enjoyed it. I have been working out daily too. I am making progress on mastering my life and my feelings, and that’s what counts. I just don’t have the answer on how to keep the right attitude when things are not going in the right direction, or I am not getting what I want done. I know that its important to set myself up for success, and if I do the best I can, that needs to be enough. Outside factors that are not in my control are just things that happen, just life, and I will roll with it. I will work to set up a good week to cover my normal work, art, exercise, and play. This, I pledge.