Day 66

“You are being asked to trust that by moving slowly, with faith in abundance that is everywhere, surrendering to a power greater than yourself, you will be able to experience the manifestation of your desire.”
Colette Baron-Reid’s
The Spirit Animal Oracle Deck

Oh, I hear that card today! (Funnily I had that card yesterday too.) Yesterday I had a couple hiccups when it came to my stepson’s diabetes supplies and his track warm-ups order form that was turned in late and there for not allowed to be submitted. I got nowhere with anyone. But today, everything simply came easily. It truly did. All my worries, small not big at all, but still worries, we’re deleted throughout today. I had to go grocery shopping this morning and it hurt hobbling around. But I was grateful the store was mostly empty and people willingly helped me with things I needed without me asking. I also watched my daughter’s choir concert tonight and I was glad Jon surprised me and joined me in the audience. Before track practice today, Aidan was upset about going and said he’s not sure he likes it. But I am grateful that after practice he said he is liking it and liking how his body is feeling. That felt great to hear. Cole stopped by for lunch today, so I am grateful to get some quality one-on-one time with him. He was in a very happy mood. I am grateful that nothing is planned for tomorrow because I am ready for some much needed rest, but I am happy and grateful to have a full life.

Here’s my gratitude journal for today

Have a present day!

#grateful #gratitude #gratitudewitch #witchywitch #selflove #love #gratitudejournaling

Published by surroundedbyfarts

I’m constantly surrounded by farts, in all serious I am. Three stepsons—12,17,20 one gaseous daughter of 11, and a hungry husband, whose been trying to ditch oven me for the last three years! (I’m a ninja though, so he hasn’t succeeded yet 😉) Right now, I’m making my way through College- about a year and a half left, and then I’ll have a Bachelor’s degree in English and hopefully a book published or at least become a literary agent. In these posts I’m going to cheerfully complain about my kids complaining and the awful smells I endure on a regular basis. Hope ya’ll have fun reading from this artsy Michigander! 😏

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