Tag Archives: gratitude

Goodbye to our house

Dear Our House, Are you still considered an “unresolved loss?” I know that we are saying goodbye to you, but maybe I haven’t fully accepted it because strong emotion sneaks up on me when I least expect it.  In fact, … Continue reading

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Dear Lady Jane: do not take me for granted!

Listen girl.  I love you, but I need you to think about some things. #1. You might feel like you are little, but you have a lot of power.  If you treat someone well, they feel good; if you treat … Continue reading

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Look at me now!

I’m pretty fortunate. I hope that by saying that, I am not tempting fate and inviting disaster.  And I hope accepting this abundance is ok. Last night I read about what daily life was like in 14th century England and … Continue reading

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Moving beyond fear

“If we don’t let ourselves feel, we avoid the depths of our pain – but we also miss out on the depths of our joy and connectedness.  Allow yourself to free fall! Feel what it is to be human – … Continue reading

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Abundance

  “Abundance is not something we acquire. It is something we tune into.” ~Wayne Dyer One thing I believe I’m supposed to learn in this lifetime is that I am worthy… of true friends and their love, of time to have … Continue reading

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How to grow a materialistic child

My grandfather grew up on a large piece of land in Poland.  His household (which included his parents, four siblings, grandparents, uncle and his family, and a caretaker) would rise early to tend to the animals, bake the daily bread, and … Continue reading

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