Definition of a holding pattern: a state or period of no progress or change; a usually circular pattern flown by aircraft waiting to land.
Then all of its occupants can resume their lives.
This is me.
I’m stuck in this in-between phase of my life where nothing is getting done.
And it’s driving me nuts!
I’m waiting to move into my new home. Unsure of the date as of yet. I’ve done all I can do: called utility companies, put a forward on our mail, submitted change of address forms, done all of my little errands, etc.
Now it’s all a wait game.
I have tons of stuff I need to be doing, but I can’t do any of it until I move. Like get Internet. Library cards. Unpack. Make a home.
It’s hard to do anything here–in a home not your own. Play guitar. Read books. Cook. Clean. All of my normal day-to-day activities.
Time still drags and sometimes I count the minutes.
But at least the circles are getting smaller and smaller and the destination is getting closer and closer.
That’s all we can hope for, right?