Grateful for my 2 kids, 2 granddaughters, 2 brothers and their wives and step-families, granddog, friends, and Brother David
I assume that has something to do with how happy I am ;-]
Working on my project with a deadline, if nothing else…
The joy I’ve felt at our county fair – especially yesterday when one of the local quilt guilds led a charity quilting, to make quilts for babies in Neonatal Intensive Care. We brought our sewing machines, and they gave us packets of instructions and cut fabrics. Two long rows of us, down the sides of a wide aisle, at our tables with our sewing machines. [And opportunities to do things like buy delicious pieces of cake from the 4H..]
Not-seeking is a comfortable place. I’m oldish and often live there, happily.
Thanks for sharing, Jeana ;-]
Thanks, Jeana! Yes, I learned about Tapping from this site and visited the week-long online program. Thanks for the reminder to Tap.
Beautiful! Things grow if you’re grateful for them! Thanks
Yikes, Kevin! Hugs!
Congrats, Jeana! That’s a lot to accomplish. I want to be better at not taking things personally. Give yourself a big hug, with a good shoulder stretch [I always need those..]
Lovely, Kevin! That reminds me of ‘kill 2 birds with 1 stone,’ which I have changed to ‘feed 2 birds with 1 seed.’
Thank you Carla N and Jeana! Soul Collage is new to me!
Thank you Serafina! I hadn’t seen the video before, and indeed it’s So Wonderful! What a gift you have given me – Thanks and hugs!
Ah – research papers can be a killer. Congrats on not procrastinating and warm wishes!
Ah – you eat it? I like NAC, which is supposedly recommended based on my genotype. Give yourself a big hug, too!
Thanks, Jeana! Wikipedia says this about ‘festina lente’ – It has been adopted as a motto numerous times, particularly by the emperors Augustus and Titus, the Medicis and the Onslows.
Dear Debra, give yourself a big hug and be sure to stretch your shoulders and upper back when you hug yourself!
Yes! I do better, too, when I wait and don’t rush to make a decision.
Michele, Mary, Diane – My granddaughters, 3rd and 6th grades in an excellent school system, have the same sad comments about problems with their classmates. They have friends, so I [of course!] don’t see them being at fault…
Dear Mary, There’s a wise book a friend recommended, “You are the one you’ve been waiting for. Bringing courageous love to intimate relationships” by Richard C. Schwartz.
That’s my 2 cents worth for your huge challenges – and give yourself a big hug!
Well put, Samuel
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