As you grow older your gift list gets smaller
the things you really want can’t be bought.
Happy (belated) Hannukah, Merry Christmas, Happy Kwanzaa
…and happy anything you celebrate!
It occurred to me that my post last week on the gift of gratefulness didn’t include my expression of what I’m grateful for (although I’ve written about it quite a bit!)
I am overwhelmingly grateful for my amazing kids & kids-in-law, my family, my friends…and my neighbors & team-mates who are my friends! I’m also grateful to each of you that reads this little blog that I love writing. Some weeks and posts are more inspired than others, but I enjoy every minute of the creative process.
You cannot direct the wind, but you can adjust the sails!
Thank you for sharing yourself so honestly through your discoveries explorations, adventures and journey through life. I am grateful for you as my friend, teammate and for being one frink’n amazing Cox’n.
It’s almost time to choose your word for the year. Sunrise at Newport Pier.
I may just make it this year…thanks Maggie!
Amen to that, sista!! You’ve made a difference in my outlook & life this year & I thank you (& SIL Alicia for guiding me to your blog). Happy New Year to us all !!
AAAwwww…so nice…thanks Becky!!
J – Happy Shortest Day of the Year! So enjoy your writings and it’s fun to wake up on “Motivational Mondays”! And BIG thanks for your “kids” and “kids-in-law” as you call them for the BEST family memories of 2015! YOU do know how to live, Sista, keep on keeping on. As always much Cheer for the New Year (and your upcoming Birthday too) let’s do a trip together, Love, Doreen
A trip together sounds FAB! hopefully we can do it sometime in 2016? xoxo…j