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Fork in the Road


It has been a week since I have sat down to share my random thoughts with my Butter Girl  friends.  What's up with that??  I have once again been in what I will call; A Readjustment Phase....or let's call it a Fork in the Road.
Funny, as much as I bickered and moaned about my school work and study time, I had no idea that it was actually serving a two-fold purpose for me.  Not only was I acquiring great nutritional knowledge, it apparently was also keeping me company!  Now that I no longer have the Study Monkey (I don't know why I called it that!) on my back, I find myself feeling a little lost. 
It appears that the silly Study Monkey had been my scape goat as well.  There were so many things that "I could not do", because I needed to study.  Always studying.  And now that I am done, dear Lord, I feel alone. 
No worries.  I will re-adjust.  I always have and I always will.  I just need to get in a new groove...take a long look at that fork and launch out in another new direction.  A new chapter so to say. 
I told a friend recently that I would like to get into 'that rut' so many people complain about and stay there for a while...a long while.  For those who chant..."Change is good!" haven't tried it like I have.  Always a bump in the road, followed by another fork.  I could have a whole set of cutlery at the rate I have traveled!
I spend most mornings cruising the Internet...looking for opportunities; a new road to travel with my nutri-knowledge.  (I love using the nutri prefix to my words niece and I laughed that I could get a vanity plate for my!) 
I am working on wellness workshops that I hope to launch next month (watch for further information). I am also checking on more classes....yes, maybe another monkey to keep me company.  I am still working on my kombucha/fermenting rest assured, there are many things to keep me busy. 
I have learned such great information, I just need to find a way to get out there and share it.  I will find a new road to travel; hoping...always hoping for better things ahead.


  1. I miss my friend! We have to get together soon.

  2. lol....I just made that comment on my last reply prior to reading this. I hope you and your precious family are enjoying your summer. Hoping to see you sooooon sweetie!


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