I read a quote by a man I hadn’t heard of before, Wayne Dyer. I made such a connection with the quote, that ‘Magical Binoculars’ became the inking you see in the photograph.
If you could have magical binoculars that you could focus and look at the field of intention, you would see what the source of all things looks like. It’s a source of love and kindness and beauty and creativity, and it’s a source that excludes nothing and it’s a source of unlimited abundance.
Isn’t that lovely? If you don’t get the ‘lovely’ first time, read it again. Read it as many times as you need to in order to use your own internal Magical Binoculars, and not only see what that quote is saying, but to feel it too.
If you look at the InkTober picture for today you’ll see a pretty standard view of a scene, looking out from a beach, as night is falling. It’s not dark, but it’s not light. You can still see the land and the edge of the sea in the distance, but you can’t really see anything other than that.
But … what do you suppose would happen if you looked through the Magical Binoculars? What might you see then? What wonders would open up for you, I wonder?
Would you see the birds, flying in the sky, having one last stretch of their wings before going home to bed?
Could you see the man, stood on the end of that land in the distance, with his fishing rod in his hand?
Would you perhaps see the Mermaid, playing in the moonlight?
Who knows … for your sight may be different from mine. Perhaps you will focus your eyes in a different direction. Perhaps you will lift your eyes to the sky above and see the Gates of Heaven. Would you maybe, see the Angel? Or perhaps you will look to the Edge of the Sea, in the distance, and see what is there and has been there all the time, but we miss it because we don’t use our Magical Binoculars.
The inks I used for this drawing were:
Teal Drawing Ink
Metallic Drawing Ink in Rose Gold and Silver (see pic. below)
Yellow Drawing Ink
… in addition, I used a white Jelly Roll Pen for the highlights on the Magical Binoculars, and a tiny amount of Acrylic white paint in order to help the moon and clouds to be what I wanted them to be. But apart from that, everything else you see is ink.
Use your Magical Binoculars today. See if you can find the things you might normally miss because you’re too busy, or not see at all, even though they’re right there, under your nose!
Where I live, I have a different routes to drive home if I’ve been out gallivanting. On one of the ways I can come home takes me past a big stretch of green grass in front of some houses. On this stretch of grass the council planted some seeds for meadow flowers to grow in order to encourage and help bees with their jobs.
They’ve actually done this all over the Dorset area in various places, which I’m so thrilled about – but this particular area, being probably the biggest ‘patch’, takes my breath away each time I see it and makes me slow my car down just so that I can drink in the wonderfulness of it and nature in general.
So, when I sat down in my craftroom on Friday afternoon for a bit of watercolour painting on an ATC, I wondered if I could capture the mass of colours and beauty as they swayed in the breeze, of all the meadow flowers which always took my breath away. And this is what I managed to bring about via a few paint brushes and some colours.
I began by first working on the background which I desperately wanted to fill with the glory of the almost mental array of incredible colour which my eyes and heart registered as I came upon the flowers. It was difficult to pick out particular flowers as it was all such a wonderful sight.
Once the background colour was done(and I’d waited for it to dry …. helped after fifteen minutes of waiting – which is the limit of my excitability, patience wise) I then was able to pick out some of the colours and turn them into flowers.
I began with the blues and turned them into cornflowers. Followed by the red poppies, and lastly the tiny buttercups appeared low down. After this I just added some colour – mostly a watery green, to add to the depth and try to give that feeling of what it looked like as I slowly drove past this wonderful display and gift from nature. It truthfully takes my breath away each time I see it, as if I was seeing it for the first time. Just incredible.
All of the flowers were painted using the box of paints you see in the photo above (yes, that’s my desk…. and my mess). This was taken just after I’d finished painting the ATC and before I’d cleaned up my three water containers. One a large pot thing which has a brush scrubber at the bottom, a second pot which is what I rinse my brushes off in, and a third pot for cleaner water which I can dip my brush in if I require just a little more ‘wet’ to my paint(s) if the colour is drying out.
And that’s all there was to it! 🙂
Well now …. time for some coffee chat …. Happy Saturday! It’s so lovely to meet up with you for a coffee today. I have some biscuits (‘cookies’ for our USA folks) in the cupboard … shall I get them out for you?, or perhaps you might like some buttered toast? We can all eat, enjoy and chat around the table together.
Thank you so much for coming for a visit. It’s a total delight to see you here and I’m so glad that you dropped in and shared a coffee with me. I hope you have a truly lovely day, and that when bedtime comes, you feel that today was a great day to be alive.
Sending squidges to you in your corner, from me in mine ~
I’m going to type this blog post and get it all finished and completed within 15 minutes. Yeah … and pigs might fly!
I got out my paints this afternoon (Sunday) with the intention of painting an Angel … but then a stray little ticklish memory came to mind and I found myself pencilling a flying pig, and so I went with it.
It was quite a quick painting project, the longest time was waiting for colours to dry so I could move onto another colour … but my heat gun helped with that just a tad.
Again, painted to the ATC size of 2.5inches by 3.5inches. You can see the exact size in the photo above – the pencil marks around the sides – but I always leave an ‘over-hang’ so that I can touch/hold the painting and move it around without getting mucky finger prints on it and spoiling it.
I tried a white mount around it and quite liked that. But then tried the blue mount and …
… I quite liked that too. One moment I love it with the white mount … and the next … well … what can I say. I like them both.
What about you? Which one do you prefer?
This really was an enjoyable make. Watercolour paper. Watercolour paints. Some brushes and some water … and VOILA! One teeny pig with really tiny teeny wings. Somehow I don’t think those wings would carry the pig … but hey… who am I to judge? I have no training in these things! 😇
I know, I know,you’re not overly impressed with Mondays. Lots of people aren’t. So let’s break the system. Let’s paste a smile on our faces and wear it at every opportunity today. Why? Because it makes everyone wonder what the HECK you’ve been up to. You’ll look like you’ve been up to something or know something. Keep ’em guessing. When they ask you just say “Aw, nothing, really” … but say it in *that* way which makes them think that … you might not be telling the truth, the whole truth, and nothing but the truth. And that alone will keep ’em smiling. lol
Have a truly blessed day my friends, and wherever you go today, may your God go with you.
When it said on the packet: “Baby Seeds” – I thought it was referring to the size of the flowers which would grow. I didn’t think I was supposed to take it literally!
Ah I’m joshing with you really. I didn’t really grow a Baby in a Flower Pot! I painted a baby growing in a flower-pot … in ATC size, especially for World Watercolour Month.
I got about half way through this and wasn’t entirely sure that it was coming out as well as I wanted it to. I nearly gave up and started again. Not sure what pushed me on, but I’m so glad that I did because I fell in love with this little scrap by the time I’d finished.
If you look carefully at the photo above, you can just see the pencil marking of the actual size for an ATC/ACEO ~ and that size is: 2.5″x 3.5″. I tend to cut a piece of watercolour paper just a little bigger than that size so that I can hold onto the card and move it around, as I’m painting ~ without spoiling the painted image with a finger or thumb marks.
I tried three different mounts on this little hand painted card and all three seemed to bring out different aspects of the card . . .
The green mount seems to pick out the two little green leaves growing from each side of the Baby. Is she/he perhaps …. a Fairy or Angel Baby? Are the leaves in fact …. wings?
But … I think my favourite mount colour, for me, has to be the creamy white mount:
So … which mount do you prefer? Blue? Green? White? Or perhaps you prefer no mount at all.
Anyhoo …. HAPPY SATURDAY!
I hope your day is sweet from morning till night, and that the Bluebird of Happiness flies over your house and leaves a little magic happy dust, sprinkled from its wings, over your home.
Whatever you’re doing today, do it with all of your heart, for that’s where your happiness lives.
Once upon a Time, there was a Princess Fairy who lived in a tall tower in Fairy Land. From the window she would wave her magic wand over all the people of the Land which would sprinkle them with magical wishes.
Aaaand … back here in the real world….
Maaaaany years ago – at least 10 but probably around 15 to be honest, Daughter No.2 bought me a Birthday card which was just a total delight to me. It was like all of a sudden my daughter ‘got’ me. She saw a card so perfect for my birthday that going against everything that I’ve always taught my girls (buying cards is just such an expense – yes you have to purchase one, but don’t spend half a weeks wages on one!), she spent a little fortune on.
Now, I keep greetings cards. All types. For Birthdays or just for ‘Hello I thought of you and am sending you this‘ types of card. I’m very much into the whole physical memories of something, and will keep cards and little mementoes for ever! I have a drawer in my craft room where I’ve kept cards from years gone by and every now and then I get them out just to make me feel wonderful. Each one holds a special memory, and a ‘trick’ to get that memory from the back of my mind so that I can enjoy the moment all over again. And there, in that drawer is a humongous card – very very tall but not very wide, – which I have cherished from the moment Daughter No.2 gave it to me. Here it is . . .
It’s about (guessing here) 18″ – 22″ tall. (I should have measured it and I didn’t think. I’m not tip toeing over to the craft room now because it’s belting down with rain outside!). You can now see why I’m showing you this card. It has a picture of Fairy Land on the front and I just loved it from the moment I opened the envelope. When I saw it in the drawer I instantly thought I’d have a go at turning it into a tiny ATC of 2.5inches wide by 3.5 inches tall.
(yes, that photo was taken in my craft room)
Some of you might remember me telling you that I taught my little girls, when they were knee-high to an ant, that if anyone should ask them how old their mommy was, they were to say …. “My Mommy is ONLY 27″ … and I have remained 27 since I was 27. Each year Daughter No.2 remembers this and sends me a birthday celebrating my 27th Birthday. Have a look inside this card .. . . .
… ah… you’ll need that blown up a little to read it …..
Her name has been removed (to protect the innocent) …. she writes: “To Mom, have a great (27th) Birthday! Have fun, love and snuggles ______ x“. I thought that since I was using the picture on the card as my inspiration for a little watercolour for World Watercolour Month, I might as well share the inside of the card so that you can see that I trained my girls sooooooo well! LOL
Anyhoo … back to this little watercolour. This one was a real struggle. It’s difficult to go into detail when you’re reducing something to a ridiculous size like this, so I had a real problem with the Princess Fairy. I perhaps, in hindsight, should have left her out – as I did the shutters on the windows (not enough room to keep them in).
I couldn’t make my mind up on the mount … green or blue? You choose and tell me what you think …
… Green? … OR ….
… Blue? Each one brings out something different. The Blue one brings out the shooting star and seems to make the colours just a little more vivid. Where-as the Green mount makes it look more subtle and … ‘fairyfied’. OOoo… choices, choices!
And that’s all there was to it!
We have an almighty storm going on here as I type. The thunder is so loud that it’s making the dog bark and me jump. It’s pelting down with rain and I’m thinking that all my flowers are going to get a right old bashing!
I’m not entirely surprised that the weather has changed like this. It’s been far too hot for it to continue without some sort of storm cooling things down. (although I don’t feel any cooling down happening at the moment. I’m still boiling hot!) I feel dreadfully sorry for the county next but one to where I live … Cornwall. They’ve had some awful flash floods there today (Tuesday) and they’ve had to go out in helicopters and rescue folks who have been trapped in their houses by rising waters. I watched it on the TV news at 6pm and it looked awful!
Well… that’s me done and dusted. I’m now going to schedule this post to happen in the early hours of (UK time) the morning, and I’m then taking myself to bed and taking the wee little chubby doggy with me.
Whatever you’re doing today do it with a smile on your face and hope in your heart. To prove to yourself exactly how blessed you are, imagine that you woke up this morning only with the things that you gave thanks for yesterday. Puts things into order does that little thought.
Sending you love, and a bucket of squidges which should last you all day long …
Hello again! Happy Sunday. I hope that I find you in full health and ready for a bright day filled with some smiles and a little love wherever you happen to be.
I’m still dedicated to the World Watercolour Month Challenge, (as you can see) and I’m here with another little ATC moonlight painting, only this time it’s shining over the sea.
Before I began I knew I wanted to paint:- a moon, the sea and a wee little sail boat/dinghy bobbing on the ocean. So I had a plan.
As I painted, the fabulous song from ‘Paper Moon’ came back to me and I ended up singing to myself. It seemed like the perfect title to use for this post, so I did use it. As you can see! lol.
Not sure if many of you remember ‘Paper Moon’ – both the film and the made for TV programme. It starred Ryan and Tatum O-Neale, and even though I was just a little child, I can remember how much I loved watching it. I’d never seen anyone doing any of the things this father and daughter team did … and it totally fascinated me. It didn’t encourage me to try to do things like they did, I just found them both so lovable and funny and loved their love for each other.
The above photograph was taken with just the over-head lights to light it. So it just looks like a moon looking out over the sea, painted using regular water-colour paints.
However … when you add more lighting, the moon begins to glow. This is down to me using some Kuretake Gansai Tambi Starry water-colour paints, in ‘White Gold’ for the moon, and ‘Blue Gold’ for the glow off the lamp which is hanging on the mast of the little boat bobbing on the ocean.
The above close up of the boat shows that the boat is actually sailing away from you in the painting. You’re looking at the back of the boat nearest to you. It also shows the little lamp which has been hung up on the mast of the little sailboat.
Finally, I placed a mount around the painted (and dried) ATC of ‘It’s Only a Paper Moon’ in order to frame the painting properly and draw the eye into it.
I really enjoyed painting this one. It was lots of fun and such a happy subject matter. Loved it.
And …because I have the song ‘Paper Moon’ buzzing around my brain now, I felt it was only proper to share (as good friends do) so I visited You Tube and got the song just for you. See how much I care about you? 🙂 It’s only 2minutes and 37seconds long. You can thank me later. 😊
Well … all that’s left for me to say now is … and that’s all there was to it! 🤣 LOL
Have a truly blessed rest of your Sunday. Thank you so much for coming and sharing a coffee with me. It means more than you’ll ever know, so thank you.
Sending love, from me here in my corner, to you there in yours ~
Can you hear dogs howling? Are there rappings at your window? Do you see strange shapes, female like, travelling past the moon with only a broom as transport? Do you have bats in your belfry?
Throughout history, the occurrence of the full moon has been linked to all sorts of strange behaviors. It’s said that some police officers believe that a full moon leads to more crimes being committed.
Me personally? I think it’s all rubbish. The only thing that happens during a full moon is that I can see better in the dark, and I don’t reckon that’s because I ate all my carrots either!
I was sort of vacant of thought, gazing at the moon through the window and this gave me an idea to paint a [bit of fun] night sky with silhouettes on the ground in ATC size. So I did.
However not only did I use regular water colours, I also used a tiny bit of a different type of water-colours, called Gansai Tambi Starry water-colour – in White Gold. I used this for the moon and a little on some of the stars, as I wanted the moon to GLOW.
The Gansai Tambi Pearl and Starry colours have mica mixed in with the water colours and can give you a truly lovely glow to parts of your paintings which you want to draw attention to.
I’ve been using these types of ‘twinkly’ water colours for a while now…. I found my very first set years and years ago, packaged up as ‘children’s paints’ and I bought them for just £1.49 from a shop here in the UK, called The Works. You can see a little ATC here (click and the link will open up in a new tab) on which I first used those mica paints to paint with.
But the paints I used for brightening the moon in this painting was part of a boxed set of 6, made by Kuretake.
I LOVE Kuretake products. The company was sited not too far from where I used to live, and every year they would have a monster sale and invite crafters to come and buy. I must have kept that company going for years! I spent somuch money with them, and learnt so many amazing techniques from their fabulous staff, to do with paints and pens. They are very much a company who I highly recommend. BUT… although I know you can buy from that well-known TV Craft Channel (Create and Craft), I urge you to shop around before investing your money there, as I’ve bought some Kuretake products for half the price that they’re selling them on C&C, AND – I’ve got FREE postage on top too! So do please shop around if you decide to buy any of the Kuretake items. The company itself is truly brilliant. Their customer service and the products are perfection. —>Link to Kuretake website HERE.<— (You can buy direct from them on that website too – check-out the sales items!)
This last photo was taken with the flash on as it’s the brightest light I had on a dark evening a couple of nights ago. I so wanted to show you how the light plays with the Gansai Tambi Starry water-colours and makes something so simple become something quite stunning….
… and … what you see in the photograph isn’t the true story. That moon looks like MAGIC! So magical that it makes the hair stand up on the back of my neck!
The only thing I would change about this tiny ATC (2.5″x3.5″) is … that I wish I’d have gently dotted stars into the scene, instead of dragging my fingernail over the bristles of the damp brush to get the ‘splots’. I totally forgot that I was working small-sized and because of that I should have dotted the stars in individually using a tiny brush or dotter. tsk tsk. By the time I’d got to that part, I couldn’t change the dots as it would have spoilt the sky … so I left it as is. But to be honest .. in real life, the dots aren’t as ‘in your face’ as they appear on the photo’s. It’s my own fault for being away with the fairies as I was painting. lol
The next full moon, here in the UK, isn’t until the 7th August 2017 – so make a note and … don’t forget to howl at the moon! (Google will be your friend if you want to know when the next full moon is where you live).
Thank you SO much for coming and sharing a coffee with me. It’s so fabulous to spend time with you. If you fancy a wee chat, then please leave a comment in the comments box below and I promise I’ll reply the very next visit I make to the blog here. (and I come here regularly – so you won’t have to wait long! 😉 )
Before we part … I need you to know that I receive no incentive, payment or encouragement from Kuretake, or any other company, when I recommend products to you. I speak to you as a fellow crafter, with many years experience. I research and buy all my own supplies – and if money would allow I’d buy even more supplies just so that I could share them with you and share the results I get from using them.
Of course, if Kuretake, or any other craft product company, happen to be reading my blog and would like to share some of their products with me so that I can share [honestly] the results I get from using them, with you – then I’d be more than happy to do that. (but the chances are very slim that any craft company will be reading my blog so I won’t hold my breath!) 🙂
Have a truly brilliant Saturday. I hope the weather is just right for you – not too warm that you’re uncomfortable, and not too cold so that you require a hot water bottle for your feet! May your day end with you looking back over the hours, and smiling a satisfied, contented smile.
Happy Tuesday! As you can see I’m attempting to continue with the World Watercolour Month Challenge, and todays offering is done with a big nod to the fun aspect of doing this challenge.
Can you work out why I’ve titled this little, two and a half inches by three and a half inches, ATC/ACEO ‘Snail Mail‘?
Here … take another look…
… worked it out yet? I’m sure you have but just in case there’s someone who’s still half asleep and not got their brain up and running yet … That thing on the side of the snail … is a Postage Stamp. It’s even got a teeny tiny painting of the Queens head on it, and she’s wearing a crown!
So … it’s a snail, which looks like it’s going to be posted somewhere because of the postage stamp … so it’s +Snail+ Mail= Snail Mail! 😀
You’ll never guess what I did though. Do you remember that I painted a Rooster (Rodney) a few days ago … but painted him just a little too big for the mounts I like to use around ATC’s/ACEO’s? Well … I did it again … take a look…
See … didn’t I tell you I’d do it again! I’ve cut his BTM off! How on earth is he going to leave that magical fairy trail behind him now?! Did you know that a snail leaves that Shimmering Fairy Trail so that he can find his way home again? It’s his personal SatNav. Snails had SatNavs loooong before they were thought of for us!
Nooooo don’t be so gullible …. that’s a pile of pooh. I made that up so don’t go round repeating that as a ‘fact’ – because the whole world will believe it! (Actually … that could be really funny. The whole world believing that a snail has its own SatNav! LOL The more I think about that the funnier it gets! LOL … I’m actually sat here typing this and giggling my head off! Ahhh I do love funny!).
I get so ‘into’ what I’m doing when I’m painting, – especially so when I’ve only got a little bit of time to do something in, – and all the plans and pencil guidelines all disappear into thin air and I go crazy with the paint! tsk tsk. Maybe it’s the paint fumes? Those watercolours …. they must give off paint fumes. That’s what it is. It’s not me being a dope. I’m obviously high on watercolour paint fumes!
(and if you believe that, you’ll believe that I can knit jelly! – ‘Jello’ for our USA friends).
Anyhoo… I painted a snail. Watercolour paper + paint + brushes + water! And that, as they say, is all there was to it!
Wishing you a Tip Top Tuesday! May you have a truly happy day, and may you share your smile with others. How about paying someone a compliment today? It can be a ‘You always look so great!’. Or … ‘Your hair looks lovely.’ Or … ‘I really like your car. It suits you. Great choice!’ Or … anything. Like someone’s shoes. Tell someone how much you admire their dedication. Tell someone they look brilliant in *that* colour! Like someones perfume.
Anything … You know what you feel comfortable with. If you just aren’t into giving compliments, then make someone a surprise cup of coffee or tea. Or buy the section you work on at work a pack of biscuits for afternoon tea. Just make someone smile!
From me …. to you … I think you’re amazing. You come and visit me nearly every time I post something and I adore seeing you. So from me, to you, a BIG…
… THANK YOU!
I really appreciate you coming and relish having you as a blogging friend. Sending much love and squidges, from me in my corner, to you in yours. Have a truly blessed day.
Down in the meadow in a
little bitty pool
Swam three little fishies
And a mama fishie too “Swim,” said the mama fishie, “Swim if you can.”
And they swam and they swam all
over the dam .
Boop boop diten datem whatem choo
Boop boop diten datem whatem choo
Boop boop diten datem whatem choo
And they swam and they swam
right over the dam
The idea of painting Koi Carp popped into my mind and so I went with it. Never painted fish before so this was a surprise choice for me!
Painted in ATC/ACEO size – 2.5″x 3.5″
The poem is one I remember singing with my girls when they were little, and I remember singing it with my mum when I was a little girl (back before dirt was invented – at least it feels like that some days).
HAPPY MONDAY! Yes, I know that you perhaps might not feel overly happy that it’s Monday … but hey … you have two choices: You can either feel miserable all day and totally miss out on any smiles which could come your way. OR … you can choose to feel happy that although it’s Monday, You’re Alive! Now that surely has got to be an improvement on the alternative. So choose happy!
But … you don’t have to. However, remember that which ever you choose, happy or miserable, it was YOUR choice to feel that way. So you can’t complain that life has given you a rubbish day, because you chose ‘miserable’.
(This is why I always choose ‘happy’. It always ends up being the best choice I’ve found).
But … which ever you choose, may your day be peaceful and may you feel like you’ve made a positive difference in someway to someone else. Be the smile that someone else needs. Just do it.
Be nice to yourself … and each other. It helps the world to go around in a much better way.
We’ve recently put up two bird feeders right outside my craft room window, and there is a little Robin who hasn’t yet built up enough courage to take a turn on the feeder. Now I’m guessing that’s because of the following two reasons:-
Maisie. Miniscule cat who has a ‘second name’ of: Squeaky, because that’s how she sounds when she meows. Squeaky cat has, since the bird feeders have been put in place, taken to sitting on a little table we have in the garden – for it gives her the perfect view of the bird feeders. Aaaand we all know why that is. But the little Robin has very good eyesight and can clearly see that there is a monster in the garden, so he/she I think, is waiting for Squeaky to be snoozing in the house, before he jumps down off the fence and has a little nibble.
Magpies and Pigeons. Magpies … well I’m surprised quite frankly that they visit anymore since Squeaky jumped up from where she was hiding and grabbed Mr.Magpie around the body and held him, mid-air, in a big ol’ cat hug …. that was until I shouted her name and clapped my hands SO loudly that it scurred her and she let him go.
The pigeons … I have no idea why they come, they seem unable to plot a course to actually land on the big feeder dish itself, and so go through this elaborate dance on the decorative curved metal top of the one feeder, trying to grip it with their big chunky toes and failing miserably. I sit in my craft room watching them from the window, bemused at their lack of agility, and their stupidness. All the flapping of their wings is like cat morse code and Alf Capone will lift his weary head and watch for a while … however he can’t be bothered to drag his weary you know what out of his bed – not for a pigeon. (Apparently Pigeon is not good enough for Mr. Capone). But Squeaky? Aw … she’s game. She’ll attempt to catch anything if it has the audacity to be alive. But … so far, there has been no pigeon burials. So far. So good.
So … anyhoo … (back to the storyline Cobs!!!) about the Robin… He visits our garden and stands on the fence and sings for all he’s worth. He’s the most delightful little chap and doesn’t seem overly frightened of me. I’ve stood with him in the garden and chatted to him as he’s sung to me. So lovely is he, that I thought about him on Friday as I was wondering what to paint and it struck me that the Little Robin Redbreast was THE very thing that I should paint. So I did.
It’s erm … not an exact picture of him, but more the way the memory of him in my heart sees him.
I hope the little Robin does, one day, when Squeaky cat isn’t around, plucks up his courage and comes to the bird table and has a nibble of something wonderful there. And I also hope that I happen to be looking out of the craft room window when he does come for lunch, as I’d love to see him finally having a bite to eat on my feeder.
This little Robin was painted in ATC / ACEO size of 2.5″x 3.5″.
Thank you so much for coming and sharing a coffee with me. It’s lovely to see you here and I’m so thankful to you for visiting. Please feel free to leave a chat behind via a message. I promise I’ll answer.
May your Sunday be spent in a way which fills you with happiness. If you can … share your happiness. Say good morning to someone you pass along the road as you go for your paper. Smile at someone and share your warmth. But if either of those things aren’t really your ‘thing’, then ... perhaps you could pray, or just send good wishes, for someone you happen to pass on the street or even who walks past your house today when you’re looking out of the window. Pray for a stranger. Or, if you’re not a believer then simply send out really good wishes for that person, and push those wishes out of your head so that if the Universe is listening at that precise moment then it might just agree with you and grants that person your wish. Wouldn’t that be brilliant?
Have a truly beautiful day. Be good to yourself …. and where-ever you happen to go today, may your God go with you.