Historically I have used the month of December to pause and reflect on the year just passed. I invite you to join along. Carve out a few moments to consider this question. Day 17: What are you most thankful for right now? I am thankful for all the people in my immediate circle of
The Christmas Tree— sitting in front of the tree in the stillness of the morning The reprieve from the rain this week Baking gingerbread – and eating it too EHT finally arrived – both my son and I notice the difference in our ability to focus Writing Christmas missives to friends far away
Historically I have used the month of December to pause and reflect on the previous year. I invite you to join along. Carve out a few moments to think about this question: Day 5: Compare the you from Jan 2017 to the you from now? What have you learned? How are you different?
Historically I have used the month of December to pause and reflect on the previous year. I invite you to join along. Carve out a few moments to think about this question: Day 3: What made you dance with joy? What made you weep? ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ I dance with my friends. I danced at the beginning
new month dry feet these lovely folks in the photo – friends and business partners a new photo challenge to participate in on instagram twinkle lights that pierce the darkness
A soft pink sky and no rain to start this day A random day off with Mr W Fresh hair for DL renewal photo – some good timing right there mastermind group reunion my gorgeous Christmas Wreath
Each December I carve out time to reflect and review the year just lived. Last year I invited you’all to come along. Some of you did. I am going to do it again. Each morning I will post a question. Take a few minutes to reflect and write your answers down… in your journal, a
Christmas Blend in my coffee mug this morning The occasional dry spell in a week of non stop rain Monday’s magnifient rainbow – there was no way to really photograph it, so I just took a few minutes to gaze upon it snail mail arrived for me – not much pleases me more than a
New day. New week. Fresh start. Some of my people have today off as a stat. My son and I are going to our day jobs. However you spend your day, take a few minutes to pay attention to your environment and who crosses your path. Look for the light. Keep a notebook and
Good tires – the whole family is prepared for winter this year Twinkle lights to disperse the darkness Random messages from old friends Letter writing comrads Shelter – any time the weather turns inclement I am grateful for the roof over my head and my warm bed to sleep in.