Last July, I moved from a East facing room to a West facing room in Kitsilano. The West facing room, is smaller, warmer and in worst shape than the East facing room. But this is why I moved. I am grateful to be able to admire those colors!
I started exercising in the last week of December 2015. I had made a New Year resolution in January 2015 to move more to help my body stay healthy. Later in the year, I talked to a colleague of mine who recommended starting with only one day a week of exercising instead of attempting to … Continue reading Gratitude 363
Today, I drove around the block to talk to the owner of this unusual dwelling: John, he said his name was build a small home on the platform deck of a 1946 International Harvester KB-6 truck. His home had huge Windows and a wood stove inside. I told him I was admiring his handy work … Continue reading Gratitude 362
I waited until the last minute to do my taxes. I remember when you had to add up every thing manually. Tax preparing software makes it so easy and so much faster. Eventhough I love adding numbers, I am grateful for tax preparation software.
Today, when I arrived in the office there was a bouquet of orange flower! Since I was alone there, I moved it from its location to sit on my desk so that I could admire it through out the day! I am grateful for orange bouquet of flowers.
I read an awesome post from Blossom Benedict (sorry I couldn’t share it). She talked about a special product that she had been purchasing for years, and enjoying for years when suddenly it was no longer available. She found out that it used to be made by a family on a small scale. She realized … Continue reading Gratitude 359
Yesterday, I was talking with Rolly and he said something that made me reply: “you're my number one fan!” And it dawned on me: I married my number 1 fan! How did I get so lucky? My number one fan could be someone I am not interested in and my husband could have some other … Continue reading Gratitude 358
Yesterday, I went to Seattle for an evening class on healing the effect of abuse that is stuck in the body. I felt such excitement at the idea of being able to drive to this far far away land (from my European perspective). I went there and back in the span of 12 hours and … Continue reading Gratitude 357
I am grateful for the sight and the sound of a lady playing violin in the park.
I had a great conversation with my dad today: we talked about an ancient native legend saying that God or the gods created human by first imagining (thinking) him/her. (If you know about this legend, PM me, I'd love to know more). We also talk about how you “attract” what you are interested in: when … Continue reading Gratitude 355