Acknowledging Abundance

“Acknowledging the good that you already have in your life is the foundation for all abundance.”― Eckhart Tolle I blogged about this before, but in case you missed it, I have been keeping a gratitude journal since May of 2019. I acknowledge three things to be grateful for every day, no matter how big or small or weird (rainbow and unicorn hope is a thing). Repetition is okay, especially if it’s near and dear to the heart, like summertime, bacon andRead more

Two Weeks to Rainbows and Unicorns

Just two weeks from today You will have your way With rainbows and a white unicorn It’s a time to fill our hearts And play a positive part In a world that can be horribly torn We announce with glee Stories that set us free From the darkness of the night Humanity’s love Kindness from above Truth that brings us light Share your compassion bold With the sunshine you hold In the link you will share with us It shallRead more

The Length of a Woman’s Skirt

“I try to make my comments like a woman’s skirt: long enough to be respectable and short enough to be interesting. ” ~Adam Clayton Powell III~ Do you ever feel that your blogging comments are never the right length? “Maybe I should add more…or maybe I should shut my trap and move on.” Or that half of the skirt hem is hanging down and you don’t know what to do with it? “Okay, so I wrote a really witty sentence,Read more

One Treasure Amid Many

This week, we want to see photos that focus on one thing.  I have a curio cabinet, given to me by my parents, with a plethora of many items that hold special memories. Mom’s collection of Royal Albert bone china A collection of unicorns China plates and stemware that belonged to my dad’s mother Black and white photos of my dad as a child, mom in her younger days, grandparents Gifts that were given by good friends. The one specialRead more