“Im sorry. You’re just not a priority right now.”
“Im sorry. This just isnt a priority right not.”
I saw this post last night before I unplugged for Shabbat and it resonated with me.
And, since Ive rambled here about 2012 being the year I strive to live my priorities, I wanted to share.
The exercise they suggest is an uncomfortable one (the mere thought of turning down an event or experience with the words “Im sorry it isnt a priority right now” causes me to sweat a little.).
The exercise they suggest is one we all do daily when we pretend (to ourselves more than anything) turning something down is about time more than choice.**
I encourage you to read the post.
You know, unless it’s not a priority right now.
**Im sure my Freaky Follicled friend will have a rant here about her lack of time and how she’d choose to do many things if she had the luxurious life I lead. There. Ive said it. No need to comment.