Sun Serial: A Mother’s Journey | Part 6 — The poetry of motion

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“Next week sounds great,” I say confidently over the phone to the administrative assistant to the Baptist Convention of New England, while searching through my calendar for a free 30-minute slot in my schedule.

Added event: Pick up writing tables for the Hub from Baptist Convention. Check.

Since placing the deposit and first month’s rent on the new space for The Learning Hub, I have become ever-so immersed in the process of getting to my launch date. I mean, I have literally started a race against the clock. Now, every second must be accounted for. For every moment I schedule a new meeting or event, I lose time in other areas on my to-do list.

They call it “opportunity cost” but I call it, a losing battle of priorities.

Giselle Rivera-Flores and her daughters, Evian, left, and Brooklyn are on the go ... as usual.

Courtesy Giselle Rivera-Flores

Giselle Rivera-Flores and her daughters, Evian, left, and Brooklyn are on the go … as usual.


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