Recently I was confined to home for medical reasons
and my internet service went completely bust.

I couldn't blog.
I couldn't vlog.
I couldn't Facebook.
I couldn't update my web pages.
I couldn't post.
I couldn't do billing.
I couldn't schedule anything.
I couldn't go anywhere.
I couldn't buy anything.
I couldn't tweet.
I couldn't post pictures on Instagram.
I could do nothing.
Or so I thought . . .

I was forced to disconnect.

I'm normally so busy
(with gadgets in hand)
working and doing stuff
that it was agonizing
not to be able to
PLUG IN AND DO SOMETHING.

But, slowly
I loosened up
got out of my thoughts
and reengaged with all of the things I loved to do.

It was an awakening.

I eased into my creativity again.

It was soothing to my core.

MY PACE SLOWED DOWN.

I took warm luxurious baths.

I wrote poetry (rather than making "to do" lists).

I drew up my entire astrological natal chart.

I created a new recipe with yummy organic food.

I eased back into my morning yoga routine.

I learned a new meditation.

I sang.

I reconnected with all of the forgotten things I've always enjoyed and loved.

I rediscovered my inner sanctity.

I found a new and improved flow (and I loved it).

So, now that all of the gadgets
are plugged back in
and working,
I'm not.