⁃ For the excellent care of my father at Penticton Regional Hospital ⁃ For my two sisters and our ability to rally and mobilize quickly ⁃ For our people who have reached out with love and support ⁃ For my dad who once again has shown incredible resilience, while acknowledging his own mortality with grace
1. More frequent conversations with my sisters 2. Warm apple crisp 3. Sitting in the warm sunshine in my jeep 4. Living in Canada 5. Mailing letters / cards – using my stationary stash This was a long week. So much has happened since Monday. So much information to absorb. Situation is fluid requiring each
1. A successful coaching call 2. New clients booked 3. New hole in my 30 year old jean jacket which gives me the opportunity for a new mending project 4. Letters from friends 5. A quiet sense of flow; and cultivating peace 📬📬📬 It was a good mail week. I love writing and receiving letters.
1. My ability to find things 2. Fresh hair 3. Winning the Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds tickets 4. The brilliant blue skies of late 5. A good friend is on the mend 🧚🏽 What a week! Do I say that every Friday? Short week meant the day job was compressed and it was
1. A warm bed – it was the perfect temperature this morning 2. A mental pivot mid week 3. A new coaching client onboarded 4. I was interviewed for a magazine article on 55+ smartphone photography 5. A very successful work project and the germination of a new idea ❤️ Week started on the rough
Use the tools you have. Instead of running after the next new, shiny bright thing, consider taking inventory of the things you know, and the tools you already have in your tool belt. Take a pause, make a list of what resources you currently have access too. What has worked before? Trust that you can
1. First tulips 2. Remembering to buy coffee 3. Friends who check up on me 4. Taking a course and learning new strategies on ol’IG 5. Serendipities of late – meeting people – reading books – timing – money 🌷 February is flowing. Things are happening. I expect things to happen. A lot is due
A gratitude practice is kicking at the darkness. Actually all practice is. Forming habits so the response is second nature. You no longer have to think about it. I cycle in the morning. It is just what I do. . Live life proactively. Let’s not wait for some “thing” to happen to us that requires
• Pizza night • New customers • @sayyesshow last Friday night • Found money in old RBC account • Writing letters This is is the last day of the month. Did this seem like a long month to anyone else? It started SLOWLY- from a business perspective. In the last 10 days or so that
It caught me off guard. I was scanning old photos for throwback thursday and I found a short video of when we were moving my parents from our family home to a smaller, pool less, no stairs condo. The tsunami of sadness threatened to take me out right then and there. I managed to stay
The original crew from about 5 years ago. So much life has been lived. These images from the past definitely induce melancholy.