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Good! Being mindful and enjoying life! Thanks for posting!
Wheresoever you go, go with all your heart.
I am in my husband is only home on weekends so out to the woods with our snowshoes and watch all the animals we find.
˜☆ ★ ˜”*BELIEVE˜☆ ★ ˜”*
Happy Weekend to you!
Enjoying something beautiful makes me think of how beautiful our lives can be. How each and every one of our days is filled with amazing moments and beauty that most of the time we are too busy to notice. THAT is your challenge:
Your challenge this weekend is to ENJOY THE LITTLE THINGS. Take the weekend slowly (or at least part of it) and enjoy what you see, what you experience, what you hear, what you feel. These things don't have to cost a dime. Their only fee is your time and observance. Enjoying things like:
*Tickling your kids
*A game of tag, soccer, basketball
*A sunrise or sunset
*Going for a hike and listening to the birds and nature
*Having family game night
*Turn up the radio and dance in your living room with your "main squeeze"
*Jump on the trampoline like you were 10 yrs. old
*Making a special meal and sharing with those you love
*Getting your hands dirty in the garden and planting something beautiful
*Washing your dog and see them run around the house in that "silly way" they all do
*Have a cup of tea with a neighbor or friend and LISTEN to them
*Go to the park and slide down the slide or swing on the swings
*Sitting on your porch with a favorite drink, reading the newspaper
*Working on your car, a craft, or reading a special book
ENJOY your weekend. Don't let the hours that you are awake fly by. Enjoy each and every moment and treasure them.
I hope each and every one of you have a FANTASTIC Weekend!
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