This weekend, the last weekend of September, do something for the last time this season.
To what do you need to say goodbye, bid farewell, or put away?
That was the question earlier this week.
Could be something simple, like put away the summer lawn chairs, put away the beach towels, discard the back-to-school sale flyers.
Could be something more difficult, like reconcile Q3 spreadsheets for the last time, run to the Farmer’s Market for the last couple of summer tomatoes (they will be the smallish one), or watch the “apogee of the lunar orbit” or Dark Moon for the last time until August 21, 2017
Could also be symbolic, such as eating the last s’more before a return to my healthy eating resolution, or the last time I guilt myself for self-care when “there are so many things to do”, or doing something because of WHADITW (we have always done it this way).
And what we you get for our effort? We give ourselves the gift of completion. We receive the sublime feeling of accomplishment. We open the gift of Closure. We move beyond “TO-DO” to DONE!
Your Choice. Your Last time.