Posts Tagged grateful
What If for a moment we set reason aside? What If for a brief second our wildest dreams were given permission to surface? In a moment, in the twinkling of an eye… What If … that favourite 3 year old’s phrase. You know what I’m talking about. That annoying, repetitive, unstoppable, groan-inducing question that has the ability to be […]
Let us be grateful to people who make us happy, they are the charming gardeners who make our souls blossom. ~ Marcel Proust Sunday | We usually go to my friend Shelley’s for lunch on Sundays. We all pitch in, lots of us go, and it’s one of those ‘habits’ that creates some pretty great […]
On this – another Monday – let’s create a day filled with healthy thoughts. Let’s start with being grateful for the fact that we woke up. We have today. Let’s shock the world and enjoy what some consider to be a cursed day! Be a renegade. Love your Monday!
We live in a paradoxical (I looked it up and it’s a word!) culture, us North Americans. Our quest for instant gratification seems to be ever increasing, never satiated. The flip side is our yearning for personal growth and lifelong learning. Instant. Lifelong. The two seem contradictory, and it creates an inner battle that needs to be […]
The end of June signifies so many milestones – another school year complete, my youngest daughter celebrates a birthday, and my son celebrates another year of living life cancer free! My boy was diagnosed with a Wilm’s Tumour when he was 10 months old. It’s a tumour that grows on the kidney and isn’t usually found […]