It’s the end of November which also means the end of the 2011 Gratitude Project…but not the end of the gratitude! Gratitude has become so important to me this past year. It’s taken on new meaning and changed my life in ways I could never have imagined. I know I’ve said this before but I’m still in awe of this new awareness…of being grateful for it all, for everything. It’s showing me where I feel peaceful, where I feel balanced, where I feel triggered and where I feel fearful…and in the awareness, there’s opportunity for change without struggle
November has been a great month and for the most part we’ve had less rain than normal (it's usually the wettest month of the year). We had a wild storm last week with very high winds; downed trees, power outages and ferries cancelled. We topped this all off with a broken sewer line…while company was staying with us! It was CRAZY but we had a lot of laughs while trekking up the hill to use the washrooms at the local cafe and gas station. Luckily we were able to fix the problem the following day and our guests could run water, shower and flush toilets by noon! Ah, the luxury of running water and flushing toilets….not something to take for granted, but of course we do!
And I’ve been doing a lot of walking…a lot…even in the high winds and rain, I was out there walking. It feels wonderful to be able to be so active again and both Molly and I are loving it.
I hope the month of November blew in many happy and fulfilling moments for you all, dear friends! Tomorrow we slip into December and we all know how quickly that one slides by.
“Peace doesn’t require two people; it requires only one.
It has to be you.
The problem begins and ends there.”