Sunday Gratitude

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Today I am grateful for partnership.  My husband and I worked for hours today cleaning and organizing the house and my entire physical space OPENED up.  I felt such a deep connection to this man as we worked our way through mountains of old boxes, clothes, toys, electronics, and garbage because we were working toward the same goal: cleaning out the old and making way for the new.  We knew what had to go and we LET IT GO.

Today I am grateful for release.  Knowing that the things I am giving up creates a way for the new to enter my life and make it more of what it is meant to be is a beautiful sense of calming.

Today I am grateful for the reminder of how blessed I truly am.  Going through things that we no longer use and are now able to share and give to other people, made me open up and realize that parting with these things isn’t necessarily a sad moment, but a beautiful one.

Today I am grateful for my toddler’s constant reminders of the things he wants to do.  While we weren’t able to accommodate all of them, it was a nice moment to observe someone so connected and attuned to their desires and their ability to express them.  There is no need to send mixed signals or to hide what it is that we need; Speak your truth, your need into existence.  If what you think needs to happen doesn’t happen, look at what is going on around you and follow the signs that are being shown to you.

Today I am grateful for the ability to meal prep healthy, full meals for myself and my family.  I know I will have healthy breakfasts and lunches for the whole week.  I saved money by preparing rather than buying.  I saved myself a ton of time in the morning by not having to rush around and try to figure out what I’m eating for the day.

Today I am grateful to spend time working on what I really love doing and I am grateful for following my path.  I’m proud of the steps I’ve taken to create the life I want.  It feels surreal but the more action I take toward the life I want, the more I see it opening up.  The more I feel it opening up.  The more I feel myself becoming who I am meant to be.

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