Monday Love Note and Musings

Happy Monday guys,

Hey, have any plans for this week besides working?  Here’s a novel idea, put some intentional moments into your day.

There are so many wonders planted in the universe, but how often do we pay attention to them, how often do we miss the glorious miracles all around us, we’re so busy in our daily lives that we miss them, take them for granted, or worse don’t even care.  

This week make an intentional effort to see one thing daily. 

Stare into the beauty of a flower, watch a sunrise or a sunset.  Look up at the clouds. Breathe in the air intentionally letting it fill you with energy.  In the morning listen to the chirping of the birds, look at the magnificence of the trees right in your neighborhood.  Listen to the wind, the rain. Children at play, laughter. And we too are magnificent miracles, find something beautiful about yourself.

Just one small thing will open your heart and fill you with joy.   

What I’m doing

Today I start a new class with the beautiful Susannah Conway “Tarot for Your Inner Child”. Really looking forward to this.

Yesterday I started reading The Dutch House, I got the digital version from the library, hope I can finish it in time I only get 14 days.

And, this week I’m living intentionally looking at the wonder around me.


My son took this picture when he was in Mexico, he said, if you follow the river all the way to the end, it takes you to a huge park.

What’s on your agenda for this week, I’d love to know.

Have a wonderful week ahead,

Lots of blessings


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My big joy is to inspire, encourage and empower you to live the sweetest life for you. I love to share inspiration, how to, and my own journey towards wholeness and union with our Divine Mother. Oh and I love photography and cooking. I am thrilled that you are here and sharing in this wonderful magical mystery.

4 thoughts on “Monday Love Note and Musings

  1. What a beautiful picture! How fun that you started a new class. I love learning new things and keeping my mind sharp. 🙂
    I’ve been taking your advice this week. We’ve had cooler temps so I’ve been getting outside and pulling weeds and paying attention to the sounds around me and how the cool dirt feels. And I’ve been going out and looking at the full moon, which has been beautiful!

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    1. Thank you for sharing Michelle, I love that you’re taking action and opening yourself up to the wonders around you. I also love stepping outside, looking at the moon and receiving her energy, feels so good. Thank you xoxo

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  2. GREAT POST as always! You nowhere on the farm there are always interesting things to discover in nature. I go wildflower hunting here and the variety is getting more amazing every year. I get out in nature and see plants growing, flowering, and going to seed. The insects and butterflies always have plenty to do searching for food. At 60, I still chase after butterflies which seem amused to fly off again when I catch up with them. Yesterday I discovered a swarm of bees in a tree in my backyard. I called a guy, who called another guy, who came today and removed the swarm. He explained why they were in the tree, so I did some research about bees. It was quite a lot to take in and learn about the life of honeybees. We have so much to be thankful for that we take for granted, so I try to remember to give thanks daily, or even throughout the day when I discover something new. Life is truly a precious gift, the way our own bodies function to keep us well as long as we take care of it the best we can. There are so many things we can do to make life more enjoyable.

    I am glad to hear about the new course you are taking and I am sure we will all be anxiously waiting to hear about what you learn. Take care, my friend, always!

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    1. Living on a farm really gives you so many interesting things to discover every day, and It’s so great that you haven’t lost your sense of wonder for the beauty around you and you’re still chasing butterflies, you’re an inspiration. From the time I was a kid I also have loved, and still do, butterflies and wild flowers I really believe that life is, as you say, is “a precious gift”, and I am loving the total experience of it.
      PS. BTW sorry for the late response, your email for some reason wound up in my ‘social’ section of my email, and I don’t go in there often, so happy to hear from you, thank you for your kind words, have a wonderful day full of surprises.

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