The future is made the day you dream it and by the time it arrives, you will be ready to embrace it with open arms.
Soon to come are the long balmy nights, the walks, the bird song, the greenery. I really need it too I have been so sad of late
…but I know another family will enter that door and may they enjoy the welcoming energies we have left for them.
Ah winter, thank you for waiting for me – the sun shone and we had warmth when I really needed it and you held yourself back. Now you’re here and I want to say, I really love your cold days – I may even learn to love your freezing winds – please know I am working on it.
Celebrate the caregivers, but celebrate also the dreamers, the warriors and the quiet ones in the corner for they make up our world and are often misunderstood or labelled poorly.
I guess it’s not peaceful to realise the lack of peace is probably your own doing, sad but true…peace takes a silent kind of action and some getting used to.
Today I’ve realised that I have changed intentions…I had intended to travel around this time of my life…Well the answer is, those travel intentions were the dreams of a younger me…For me now to travel the Earth I will need to re-imagine the story
I guess winter will soon grace us with its presence: I was sure it was here the other day, but at 13.5C it is not cold enough just yet to say it’s here!
Isn’t it funny where your mind takes you when you have nothing to do. Today I was thinking about where I’m going and how am I getting there..Great idea, but the power went out! Argh, no cooking, no shower, no TV, no reading
Pull yourself together!Well today I’m suggesting you do it for the greater good, for your good health and well-being.
Today I’ve been patient – patiently waiting for news. Sometimes patience is a waiting game; sit, stand or run we must wait, patiently. At other times…