First thing this early morning
the computer is signed on and I see these words
and Memories arise.
Learning From The Birds
I stand in the middle of perfection.
There is no on else around me.
The cries of the geese are beautiful
They hold only joy, not a trace of fear
The Great Migration....
A busy time, small trips I have wanted to take being taken care of, much paper work sorted and some
changed along with thoughts continue,
It is all good....
He is patient with me, he sits still and listens, rarely corrects but when he does I listen.
His lifestyle of the last 20 years has taught him much and his mother is pleased with many simple
practices he devotes himself too. During this short time together do not know if he realizes it
but I learn much from him. My reading, yoga, healthy eating, times of stillness have once again begun (My years of constant busyness and doing make thoughts arise of what have I really accomplished).
So this early morning begins with a smile on my face, peace in my heart and thankful for much.
Thankful for my daughter's and grand children and their lives.
Life continues as a journey of learning and growing even in these last years is teaching me much. I
Wish some issues were different and would change over time but have
learned to accept they are not my responsibility, when you do all you can with a good heart
that is really all you can do. I am well aware over my lifetime I have had control over much, some I wanted no control over but it was handed to me. I know longer want this control but thankful when it comes
to a lot of personal decisions and control I am still in control.
I love fresh herbs, miss my Basil, Rosemary and Chives that I grow. About a week ago
sprinkled some seeds in little pots and if the weather is ever stable they can be transferred
Cortisone shots in shoulders early yesterday morning has helped with some pain, Nurse shared that much
medication I am offered I refuse. Yes, and this one will continue not wanting to be drugged,
doing all she can in a
healthy way as long as she can...