Friday Gratitudes

• we are a team of two at work; so good 😊 • My daughter is coming for a visit • Car battery was not dead; just needed an adjustment • Therapy today • new address labels featuring Siege of Heron artwork Mid June. Heading towards Midsummer. What!? Tomorrow marks 27 months dye free. One

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Good things come to those who wait.

Siege of Herons is making its way across the continent; even across continents! This pleases me. I thank each and every person who purchased my book and believed in the dream. Your enthusiasm and encouragement sustained me through the bumpy roads; of which there there more than a few! I have a favour. If you

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70:365 Friday Gratitudes

• blue skies and sunshine • new friends and old connections • a phone call from my daughter • 📍 pinterest • rest days Packing up more stuff. Making plans. Tidying up loose ends. Coordinating. Resting. Navigating. Grieving. Living. Loving. Really working on living in the moment. What is before me right now that requires

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Remembering 2021 – Dec. 8th

Describe a moment of being truly present; of gratitude. End of day conversations with my loved ones. Reminiscent of my time at university when my roommate would sit at the foot of my bed. This year it was conversations with my adult children. And my husband. Witnessing vulnerability. Paying attention. Loving the other.

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Remembering 2021 – Dec. 7th

What are you avoiding? I would say I am avoiding drawing a hard line in the sand with regards to fitness. And getting a crown. Dental work is not my favourite. I have tackled the worst of the moving projects, there is still so much to do but, it is going to happen after Christmas.

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Remembering 2021 – Dec. 6th

Who or what did you miss? I think what I missed the most is silence. I am a contemplative at heart. Last year, I was alone more often. This year not so much. The lesson here is that in 2022 I will need to restructure the days. I do not want to give the impression

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Remembering 2021 – Dec 3

What did you let go of this year? Each year lived I grip the future a little less tightly. My new mantra is #igriphope. There is a fine balance between making plans and recognizing we live precariously on edge. The call is to live in the present. Right here and right now. Which does not

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