Today is my sister’s birthday. Laura is one of the kindest, most accepting, fun, easygoing, lovable and loving people I know. Everyone who knows her, loves her. I am incredibly grateful to have her as my one and only sibling. Today I had so much fun going through old photographs and making this slide show for her. This seemed like an appropriate place to keep it safe for future viewing. Happy Birthday Laura! ❤️
It’s a beautiful day to be alive on planet earth. My heart is a little achy. I’m letting the feelings be and noticing that I have more things to let go of. I’m also resisting the urge to distract myself from the discomfort by seeking more information.
I have been overflowing with gratitude lately and it is the best feeling. It's little things that keep me in the moment - as I lay down to bed I am so grateful for my pillow and the soft bed. I am so grateful to be going to sleep!
My sister-in-law started a family challenge for January and it includes writing down a gratitude every day. I love it. The other day Marisol had a not so good day, but I reminded her that there is always something to be grateful for. Gratitude is life changing. When we are grateful it fills us up there simply isn't room for hate, anger and fear.
Yesterday I broke a wine glass. It shattered into at least a million pieces! I mean, how does that happen?? One glass - a million pieces. And some of them always end up in the craziest places - how do they travel so far??
But I was so grateful. I was grateful for the reminder to slow down - to take a deep breath. I was grateful that my littlest was upstairs playing happily, so cleaning up was much less stressful. I was grateful that I have little feet in my life to worry about. I was grateful that I am in a habit of gratitude so I was able to respond calmly. I was grateful that we have more wine glasses! I was grateful for wine. ha.
Yes, it took time to clean up. But I knew that I needed to clean up carefully and thoroughly. And so I did all the while counting all of the things I am grateful for. What are you grateful for today?
One Million Moments of