Let’s say goodbye to the old and make room for the new…

This past weekend while having dinner with Beebs, we got to talking about the ups and downs of 2012 and as with every coming New Year we hope that better things will come our way. She told me that she had been thinking about seeing an energy healer to clean the slate sort of speak. She is thinking that maybe getting rid of the energy of 2012 will insure 2013 starts off with a positive flow. I actually think this isn’t a bad idea, why not get rid of the old and start clean with the new.

With that being said I went home that night and put on these old, worn out pair of sweat shorts that belonged to the one great love of my life (so far). I use to wear them when I slept over at his place and eventually claimed them as my own. There was that comfort of having something of his, the comfort of having him around when he wasn’t there. I have held on to these shorts through 2 moves and another relationship. These shorts have become my security blanket therefore I too should get rid of the old to make room for the new.

Perhaps by getting rid of the shorts I can close the chapter on that part of my life and by doing so put back the piece of my heart that belonged to him, making it whole again. I don’t know if this will help open the pathway for the new great love of my life to enter but it can’t hurt. Beside I don’t see anything wrong with starting 2013 whole heartedly.

Have you been hanging on to something for too long? Be it an old hurt, old love or that pair of jeans from 10 years ago that you are convinced you will one day fit into again; it’s time to get rid of the old and make room for the new.

You have two months until the New Year, which is an enough time to clean the slate.  By midnight Dec. 31, 2012 those shorts will be rotting in a garbage pile somewhere, or maybe my brother will let me set them on fire in his backyard (he has a fire pit).  Nothing says closure like an old memento burning up in flames.

What are you going to do to clean the slate for 2013?

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