I loved the roadtrips we had as a family together when I was little. That enclosed time with an unencumbered road ahead of us. I miss those and try to get in as many roadtrips as I can now with my family.
I am waiting for the right moment to begin the next phase. And for now, I am waiting for my next patient to come by. Looking forward to seeing what changes have occurred since our last visit together.
I have been thinking about this questions for days and days now. I think how I can stretch my heart to love bigger is to keep thinking about our similarities rather than our differences, how all our collected joys and sorrows amount to a whole lot of loving for the world. keeping an eye on the bigger picture will help too.
Thank you for sharing your story Margaret. Funnily enough, when I followed the link to your sons band X-Ambassadors (they sound great by the way), I found that they’re currently playing in Amsterdam, exactly where I am right now! In fact, it being 9 PM, they are likely performing right this very second! How’s that for joy? 🙂
this fine winter’s day brings with it rain, a bit of wind. I’m grateful to be able to have the serenity to appreciate it and look at it (through my window from my cozy and warm apartment) with a smile and a bit of (whole lot of) wonder.
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