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A Moment of “Ah”

I love receiving Gratefulness.org‘s Word of the Day.  This is recent one that appeared in my inbox that I loved: When before the beauty of a sunset or a mountain, you pause and exclaim, “Ah,” you are participating in divinity. … Continue reading

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Happy Thanksgiving & 100 Things I’m Thankful For

Happy Thanksgiving everyone! I decided to join in on the fun with Let’s Take the Metro’s Gratitude Challenge. 100 Things I’m grateful for, to be posted on Thanksgiving. The below list is not inclusive….. it represents this moment in time … Continue reading

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Banishing the Shoulds

One of the many things I’ve learned over this past year is that the word “should” is a stresser and depressor.  Anytime you think you “should” have done something else, you are also saying what you did do wasn’t good … Continue reading

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Treasure Flowers That Have Blossomed

I wrote last week that this is a difficult time of year for me, and today’s the hardest day, by far.  Yet I don’t want to wallow in it. I don’t want to succumb to the sorrow. But the grief … Continue reading

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The Year-End Review

I first read about performing a year-end review from Sarah Susanka in this November’s Kripalu online newsletter.  And in a moment of synchronicity, I found a blog (OK, I checked out other blogs written by Carrie’s participating in NaBloPoMo lol) which … Continue reading

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There is no sound

There is no sound in the world quite like the dull thud of a pacifier hitting the floor after being thrown from a crib. Hope you’re all enjoying your weekend!

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