My BFF came to town today to spend the day with me. We decided to go back to our old stomping grounds to hike the Stanford Dish.
It was a gorgeous day and so great to be outside walking and talking and catching up.
I am thankful that I have a flexible work schedule and that my kids are now capable to get home from school by themselves. This is a perk of having big kids, that I never dreamed of.
I am thankful that my friend took the time out of her busy life to come and see me. I’ve missed her and love how we just flow together like we’ve never been apart. Come back soon! Miss you already.
Life is good.
Do you do this? How do you do it? What does it look like?
I think living in the moment means being present, and creating space and allowing time to do what you love and not being too busy or too tired and just doing what you love.
What do you love and are you giving yourself enough time to enjoy your moments? Sometimes this means work and I’m pretty sure it’s always worth it, if we can just push past or through the excuses, fears and doubts.
What I love the most in life are my relationships with my BFFs and my family.
One example of living in the moment came tonight when one of my international BFFs from 18 years ago was passing through town this weekend. I thought she was coming to town next weekend but she was actually in town this weekend!! The last time we saw each other was 6 years ago, and even though so much time passes by, we still just pick up where we leave off.
Instead of being too tired or busy, we made the time to see each other after I flew back from Laguna Beach. I was thankful that she chose to connect with me, with her full schedule and I didn’t want to miss the opportunity to see her face again and to give her a hug. We made it work and shared a family meal together and for this moment, I am thankful. Love you KG!