I’m currently dealing with a ‘crisis’ now – credit fraud. It is infuriating, upsetting and annoying to say the least. I have to be diligent to get the matter resolved by making multiple phone calls. Thank you Sarah for your ‘this too shall pass’ saying. It’s hard being patient when you want a fraud off your report.
I also believe that everything that is happening I can learn from. Each day may offer new experience and even the past offers learning from it. I love today’s word of the day-Let us be grateful to people who make us happy; they are the charming gardeners who make our souls blossom. Marcel Proust
Great way to start the day:)
I will ponder this question throughout my day…
my cats purring, rain and thunderstorms, various music.
Sometimes the opportunities are learning to be more self reliant and less dependent on others.
I am fortunate to have my health, my children, my home, my pets, my job, food/water/electricity, freedom.
Love is patience. Love teaches to not give up hope. Love is kindness. Love is also forgiveness.
There was an unexpected death in the family, so for me, be grateful for the time you have with your family and friends – you never know when your time is up!
My mom:) Miss her very much.
I can feel the warmth and soft fur of one of my cats sitting next to me in my chair. There is beauty in the Irish claddagh mug that was given as a gift that I’m drinking my morning coffee from. My touch lamp with majestic wolves on it is beautiful and reminds me of my mom(she also had a touch lamp). The rumblings of thunder is nature’s beauty. Happy humpback Wednesday everyone:)
I do not need to show up with more integrity, I already have it thanks:)
If someone never took risks that doesn’t mean one is not spiritual…. I’m sure taking risks can add/diminish an experience but spirituality is within you regardless.
I agree with the fact that vulnerability creates empathy. Showing empathy when someone is vulnerable is pure kindness and can build upon trust. With the frequency of mass shootings everyone is vulnerable these days and we all need each other during horrific times.
When I can I donate to charities that are important to me. I’m conscious to turn lights off and not waste electricity. I’m grateful my town participates in recycling our trash. When I volunteered at Clearwater Marine aquarium years ago we educated people on the importance of not leaving trash on the beach for the safety of the sea turtles. We need to keep our Earth beautiful and look out for our endangered species friends.
I’m looking forward to my work’s International Potluck lunch today. I made my grandmother’s German Potato Salad. (I’ve made my Irish soda bread for St. Patrick’s day so I went with my German side this time). Looking forward to tasting new and different foods:)
Happy Friday everyone!
To me, values are always present. My attitude would not affect them.
Very sorry for the loss of your dear friend.
Wishing you a speedy recovery on your upcoming L knee surgery:)
Happy birthday! Have a great day:)
without mayo …. vinegar and lots of bacon served warm! Thank you for your response:)
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