How often have you wanted to be in someone else's head ... to wonder what they are thinking at any given moment? I know I've spent many of my own precious moments wondering what people are thinking. In teaching yoga, I'm constantly reminding people to quiet their mind and still their thoughts by focusing on their breath.
Well, AJ has acutally DONE it. He is, quite literally, in the mind of our snowman. I had to teach this morning, so I'm not quite sure when our kids got up, but when I came home, the first thing they said to me was, "Mom, have you seen AJ?" ... with the slightest twinge of panic setting in, almost as if an imaginary clock was about to ding, signaling, "Time's up! You didn't find AJ, Christmas is now canceled." I assured them he had to be around somewhere, and reminded them it was pitch dark when I got up earlier.
Soon there after, they found him nestled into our snowman's head, that familiar smile on his face, his new hat off to the side of the snowman. They laughed as they checked him out, but I couldn't help but notice they seemed a lot less 'nine-year-old stressed' as they headed towards the table, settling in for breakfast.
Where will he be next?
Love, Happiness & Coffee,
~ Heather ~