I have three new ideas for my business swirling around in my head. Yes, my head seems to be always thinking. Always analyzing. Always questioning.
Through the screen window, I hear my five year old ask for help. He wants to come outside but is afraid that he'll let the dog out, too. I help him, and watch as he wanders around our front porch.
Testing what bare feet feel like after months of being bundled up.
He asks if he can go out to the front yard. Sure, I reply. Then, I see him start to run in circles around the raised bed that surrounds our flag pole.
Around, around, and around.
I wonder why he's running around in circles. I'm curious to know if he has some game mapped out in his mind, or if he is just running some energy out.
I stop just short of asking.
He doesn't always need to take the time to think about the why. He doesn't have to stop the fun, and explain to me the reason behind his choice. He doesn't even have to have a reason.
He feels his body moving through time and space, stomping his feet hard on the ground, challenging himself, breathing the fresh air. Experiencing joy.
As a mom, an educator by profession, and a newbie entrepreneur, I want to know the why, but I also know the value of just watching your child run around in circles.