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I’ve spent a few hours this week reflecting on how fortunate I am. Period. I suppose this kind of thinking is natural when one has (finally) a holiday, which comes with time and space for deeper thinking. by CanadianAEh This … Continue reading
I did not post yesterday. It is Monday now, and I am bone-tired exhausted after not enough sleep last night. But this is how I felt yesterday.
I have written about gratitude before. And, well, I’m writing about it again. Today, I’m grateful for… family: even though they are far away, they have unique ways of assuring me that I am loved and cared for. Also, they … Continue reading
I don’t want this to sound like a post of privilege, though I realize it has the inherent danger of doing so. I don’t even want this to be a long post. I just want to say, for the sake … Continue reading
I didn’t post yesterday. No really big reason, I guess. I spent most of the day at home managing “life stuff” — paying bills and sorting out the logistics of a big trip this summer, not to mention navigating the … Continue reading
Truth: I’m very tired and have spent the last several hours researching flights and crunching numbers. Truth: This summer will be very expensive and I’m rather concerned/anxious/fretful about this. Truth: I don’t have any real major truths or insi… Continue reading
I have a great life. I am so lucky. Here are some things I am grateful for today. Living close enough to green space that I can be there in less than 10 minutes and am surrounded by birds, trees, water, lizards, and grass. The air feels so differe… Continue reading
Today’s truth is going to be quick. I’m sitting at the gate at YVR waiting to board. Here it is: I am lucky and grateful to be able to travel. Travel makes me a better, more appreciative, more knowledgeable, and more balanced person. It makes me m… Continue reading