Well, as we say good bye to May, we welcome summer with open, toned arms! Hello to swim suits, beach blankets, cold drinks, music and gratitude.
I am home to straighten up, pack up, relax and enjoy my blessings. We gave notice on our apt and now we are focused on our next adventure: getting the kids to school and us to who-knows-where. Stay tuned.
I saw sights I never saw…..driving along Topanga Canyon Road were trees, hills, flowers and a winding road that resembles a roller coaster. Yes, I am in Los Angeles! CA. The weather is lovely, the air is crisp and the interview is today.
Whatever journey is next, could be determined today. Stay tuned…
The weekend in San Francisco was magical. It all came together as a well orchestrated production. In between the meals, breakout sessions, keynote speakers, poster sessions and shares, we’re hugs, acknowledgements, accolades, high-gives and a whole lotta love.
The 2012 Conference for Global Transformation and the Power and Contribution course are complete.
I registered into the Partnership course next and for the 2013 Conference for Global Transformation.
My promise to the world is by 2031 that all teenagers will know love and feel nurture. I serve the world through my promise. I am a stand that all teens smile and feel joyous.
After 18 years of being a mom, I am proud, grateful and empowered. My daughters are so fun.
Emily and Tara are delightful young ladies and I love spending time with them. For mother’s day this year, they brought me a huge bouquet of flowers and a dozen cards. Then we went power hang gliding, a life long dream of mine. After that, we ate junk food, explored some of the island and finished off the day with our traditional trip to the hot tub.
I am so fortunate and grateful. My mom and dad even sent me flowers!
I hope all moms enjoyed their day. Remember, we are blessed with great moms!
I met a man today who was making a basket using every part of a palm frond. The basket was lovely and his handywork exquisite. I told him. He made me a rose out of another leaf. Then I said I was on my way to pick up my daughters from school and he made them each a fish out of a leaf. His love of his weaving craft and his generosity really touched me. That’s the aloha spirit.
The woman at the grocery store was kind, efficient and friendly. She, too, extended the aloha spirit and wished me a nice evening as I paid for my food.
This evening I had a fabulous phone conversation with a dear friend in California. We used to see each other daily, laugh incessantly and dine out frequently. I haven’t seen her in two years; though I think of her often and fondly. It was great catching up with life, our kids and our guffaws.
The aloha spirit is in you, around you and about you. Embrace it! Are you with me?