This afternoon went delightfully well, what with grandbaby holding, a nice meal out, and some sewing room projects. The entirety of which brought our message through, loud and clear.
Because, as beautiful as those hours where, they were brief. My time with loved ones, crafts I enjoy, self-care moments, they all fly by due to an unbalanced amount of on-the-clock time (and overtime). There is an uncomfortably rushed undertone to all that I’ve been doing lately.
The Universe would like us to address this, and look at
We are being asked to take a sec, just that quick few minutes, and really wrap our gratitude around us like a cozy old quilt. FEEL how warm and comforting it is. Hold on to it, enjoy it, be there with it. Be in those precious experiences while they’re happening. Fully.
Additionally, if there’s anything in our lives right now, anything we can acknowledge and appreciate involving others . . . tell them! We must honestly reach out and say Thank You.
Whatever it is we are grateful for, we absolutely HAVE to tell/show/offer our appreciation. Say it outloud, say in a text, say it in card we mail with a damn stamp. Just so long as we say it. Just so long as we appreciate these gifts.
As the perfect validating reminder, here’s what appeared on our card altar.
Since we all have chosen our charts, life is an individual learning experience, like classes we take in school.”
I do my best to pass my charted courses so that my soul may reflect Divine magnificence, as I live my life in Joy and with Love.
Heart and Soul Guidance Cards by (the late) Sylvia Browne
is to say that, true, I do not believe in the commercialized version of Valentine’s Day. I do, however, believe wholeheartedly in the value of letting our loved ones know how we feel.
Sending love, far and wide, from me to you. I appreciate each and every one of you, any and all who may be reading this post.
Thank you, for being here, and for being you.