I invite you to come and join me on this pilgrimage to change the world through thankfulness. Perhaps if enough of us join together we can change the negative climate that exists and is overtaking our planet. Together we can move our fellow citizens of to a better, higher and finer place.
Mother’s Day is a holiday I usually like to have over as soon as possible. It has seemed to me for many years that the day was too emotionally charged. But this Mother’s day I just enjoyed. It was calm and filled with small and beautiful surprises. I had time to enjoy my family and also to do one of my favorite things to do this time of the year – make strawberry jam.
I did my Snoopy dance of celebration and I was thankful for everything that goes into a PERFECT ordinary day.
This week again it was hard to move my soul to celebration. But, once more, I think that I am getting this idea of celebrating wrong. I am concentrating on the grand moments of life. The blow out the candle and make a wish moments and not realizing that these glorious moments are built on celebrating the ordinary moments of my life.
One of the consistent ordinary moments of my life is my morning walk. This week there has been much to celebrate about my my morning ambulations.
The first is the beauty of my little town all decked out and waiting for the holiness of Christmas and the fun of Santa.
The second ordinary moments on my walks I celebrate this week has been the amazing balmy December weather we have been enjoying this December in New Jersey.
And this third ordinary moment I captured was this poor, little, confused pussy willow trying to bloom for Christmas:
I felt like he was the Little Drummer Boy of the the tree world this week. Trying to show some flourish up against all those big pines full of lights and colored ornaments.
Wishing you a week filled with ordinary moments worth celebrating,