Did you enjoy a still moment?
What if we had a lense to look through that made everything rosy?
Those would be magical!
Maybe we can use our minds to shape our rainbow colored outlook on life’s events and make things rosier than they appear, just like rainbow goggles.
I love that it stays lighter outside later now.
Tonight I grilled chicken on the BBQ out back and loved that Charlie was admiring my cooking and grilling abilities. My kids love that I cook for them. It’s one of my little gifts to share with them that they really appreciate.
While I was waiting for the chicken to cook, I admired all the new growth in my yard. I love how the lillies just pop up every season without any work on my part.
I admired this Oak tree that Jeff planted from an acorn he found at Chinese school 8 years ago. He used to collect acorns with Charlie and was curious whether he could grow an Oak tree from a seed. He’s been successful and I enjoyed this memory.
Finally, Juliana is cat sitting this week and instead of driving to or neighbor’s house a few blocks away, we walked and enjoyed the sunshine and scenery together.
🙂 xo Adriana
I have nothing very exciting to share today.
I guess that’s how the days of our lives usually are. We wake up and do our thing and get to sleep at night to do it all again the next day. Maybe it’s just that simple and we should be thankful for the opportunity to rise and fall.
It’s a good day when we wake up again and it’s a good day when we go to sleep. How we fill the time between up and down is up to us to make it the best day possible.
Did you live your best day possible today? Today I lived my best life by exercising, working, cleaning, kissing and hugging, shopping and cooking and eating, connecting and helping and loving. Can’t wait to do it again tomorrow.
Life is good.
Clearing the clutter sparks joy! I love creating space and don’t want to stop. This invigorates me.
Today I cleared out my plates and bowls cupboard and removed all the small dishes that no longer spark joy. I had so many little dishes for this and that and loved them once upon a time. I didn’t love the chaos behind the doors and today was the day to create space and to let go. I touched each piece and thanked them for their service and their memories and put them in a box to give away.
Thank you Marie Kondo for writing your book that has inspired so many to tidy up! Thank you Helena for leading the way and inspiring me to be like you. I loved seeing your clean cabinets, rolled up clothes and piles and bags to give away! Way to go, girl!!
I love this new way of spring cleaning, creating space and letting go.