This too shall pass.
My beautiful, sweet, fun-loving tuxedo kitty, Mistletoes. She was such a joy. She went over rainbow bridge 2 months ago and I miss her terribly. I am grateful for how she blessed my life and loved unconditionally!
Sounds perhaps trite, but I am appreciative that it is Friday. Rest will be very blissful indeed this coming weekend.
Being open to the Universe and being receptive to giving and receiving love unconditionally.
Self-care with all the gusto I can muster!
Breathing and living lovingly is what comes to mind for me today having lost a dear friend to lung cancer this week. It awakened me to her zest for life and serves me well to remember her and remember my own spiritual essence.
I was surprised by how joyful I was the day after my birthday. It was visible to other people; one person commented that I looked radiant. It was joy shining through me.
It opened up to me very recently after needing to euthanize my precious kitty cat on Monday. That despite what could feel like a dark period, she was a gift of joy to me. My perspective is that new beginnings are opening for me —- new opportunities to love again.
My sweet Mistletoes, kitty extraordinaire. She looked up at me with doe eyes and she smiled at me in her advanced stage of Ill health telling me she was digging the music 🎶 as I danced. It was a magical moment. A hospice vet comes this Monday and she’ll cross over the rainbow bridge.
I am relating to this moment with low energy. Work has left me spent today after closing a very complicated, but overall, rewarding transactional experience yesterday. — a 6 month journey. I am telling myself in this moment that it is “OK” and completely understandable to not be engaged on all cylinders.
I am appreciative of my health and my body as a whole. If I singularly focus on a body part that I treasure, it is my eyes and the gift of glorious sight.
It’s inviting me to embrace uncertainty every day, especially now that my life is certainly at a crossroads. That’s the certainty that I clearly know and do my best not to shrink from. The uncertainty at times leaves me unsettled but more often than not I welcome the change. It’s life.
Stupendous! Very joyful for you!!
Yes, I did. And thoughtful of you to write and remember that. It’s been a little tough of late.
Oh my. I realize I pick up my slippers each morning and look at the bottom for the markings of “left and right” to ensure I have put them on the correct foot. I don’t know that I have every prayed about it, but maybe in future I will. Ha!! Glorious.
Wisely written, Kevin. Thank you.
Mary: Thank you for providing a visual in my mind’s eye of Rocking Mountain National Park. That’s where my late husband of 41 years and I spent our honeymoon. Love the memory and love your depiction.
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