Underneath The Chaos

I don’t yet know what it is

That I’m supposed to be doing greatly.

I am slowly whittling away

The things I am not doing greatly.

Once I get rid of the chaos

Of what I shouldn’t be doing.

I will be doing great.


Sometimes not knowing what you are great at doing,

Is as much a blessing as knowing what it is you are great at doing.

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32 thoughts on “Underneath The Chaos

  1. bikebrown says:

    You are definitely a work in progress.


  2. markbialczak says:

    It is great to hear about the great progress your are making in the great scheme of life, Colleen. Your great friend, Mark.


  3. tarafaherty says:

    OMG! I love your shadow YOU!


  4. Perhaps I’m not quite fully awake but it was a bit of a tongue twister ..ah yes read through again…I do enjoy your snippets of who you are and your life. I am sure you are great at many, many things lovely. 🙂


  5. seeker says:

    Nike slogan: Just do it. Is that good enough?


  6. April says:

    The journey is the best part of discovery, isn’t it?


  7. Ha ha ha. Who knew the span between know and NOT knowing could cause such a s.t.i.r.


  8. Mustang.Koji says:

    Some of us know what you are superific in… and your drawing is perfectly matched to your words.


  9. penpusherpen says:

    one step forward, two steps back, or was it two steps forward one step back? Arrrrgh!! Colleen, well one of them has to be correct… eh? From one work In Progress to another, have a great time doing whatever you do ‘greatly’ this Thursday. 😀 xPenx


  10. reocochran says:

    Conrats!! I nominated you for an award today, May first! I hope that you will accept the award or please read and check out your fellow nominees! I enjoy reading your posts, sorry I don’t always proceed here in an orderly fashion! I visit in spurts but really was happy to read your recent comments on my post! Thank you so much! Robin


    • Thank you so very much Robin! The lovely thing about our reading blogs is we have no order. 😉 I always accept awards (but am HORRIBLE at doing anything with them…time constraints!!!). I’m always excited to see new to me blogs as well. So I will check them out (some I already follow). 🙂


  11. Robin says:

    I love the way you hone on things like this. I feel so much better now, knowing that I know what I’m not good at, and knowing that is half the battle. 🙂


  12. niaaeryn says:

    I like your way of looking at it. And I vote for great at writing 🙂


  13. FlaHam says:

    Colleen, I will give you a hint, You’re great at making me smile everyday you find a way to drag a smile to my lips. Thank you, Bill


  14. viveka says:

    Anger and frustration … can be turned into a great tool … *smile I think that what we know we are able to do and use it … it the greatest tool we have.


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