Namaste my friends - the Divinity in me honors the Divinity in you

It's another cloudy and cool morning. This happens to be my favorite kind of weather so I'm happy. However, I could definitely see how this might affect someone who likes the sunshine. I opened the newspaper this morning. I like to read the obituaries and the police blotter. I guess "like" isn't a good word to use in those two instances. I choose to read them because I want to make sure nobody I know is in either section. When my mother moved to Cornwall she asked me to let her know if I see that anyone she knows has passed away. So I guess it's my duty. Have you ever read the obits and thought "nobody good died today?" Come on . . . be honest. If you know me then you know that I'm the one that usually says out loud what most people will only say to themselves. Right now all of my friends are nodding and laughing. Am I right?!!!? I often have to remind myself that I'm not a kid anymore and really should learn to think before I speak but maybe that's part of my charm. : ) I wanted to say thanks to my friends that contacted me with regard to my last blog. Two more days. This week is going quickly but is probably feeling like forever to other people. I have a list a mile long of things to do but can't seem to muster up the desire to do anything until after Friday. I don't like waiting. I need to know and then face things head on. I've always been like that. I shift into "survival mode" during tough times. It's probably the only time in my life when I can stay focused on what needs to be done next. I am self-diagnosed with ADD. If I'm doing something I like then I'm okay. If it's something that I don't really want to do or a conversation that I am not really into then it's quite obvious. Okay ~ I'm tired of talking about me me me so I'll end this for now. Keep the prayers coming, my friends. I love you all.

Many blessings ~ Wendy


kimo said...

My thoughts, prayers, and healing energy are with you and your family. Namaste.

Kimmy Words said...

Faith - (1) :firm belief in something for which there is no proof, (2): complete trust

You are the human manifestation of that word. I love you, I admire you, I honor you.