If you're wondering what's up with certain long-term investments, business plans or projects involving shared resources, the fact that they've been slow in coming to fruition is a good sign rather than a negative one. Whenever you want something to happen, remember that it's more important that the right thing manifest rather than something that almost fits, or almost doesn't do the job.
This is the time to keep stating your vision over and over. Be clear with yourself and anyone close to the situation about just what you're working toward. Say it again and again and the chances are, it will become true.
Seems like everything in my life is long-term.
That line that I've bolded above strikes remarkably close to home on the side of romantic interests. One of the goals that I put forth oh-so-long-ago was that I did not want to compromise myself to become involved with someone who wasn't the right woman. Of course, at the time, I wasn't thinking it would be so freaking difficult to find the right woman, but I've been remaining true to the vision for the most part.
Then there is the Big Broken Box™. That is most certainly a long-term project. And it qualifies as an investment, both in time and money.
Making movies, certainly long-term, shared resources, and slow coming to fruition.
Losing weight/getting healthier. Yep, right in there. On a good note, my numbers are exceeding my expectations for the most part.
My life is really kind of lacking in short-term goals at the moment, except on a daily and sometimes hourly basis. And maybe that's okay for right now, I tend to have a lot on my plate at times. And really with the health issues I've been having, it's really difficult to plan. I don't know from day to day if I will be feeling up to moving and danncing or lying in bed and hiding from the world.
Feeling like the world moves very slowly at times.