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Rejoice

He’s coming home tonight

Water is too cold for my blood. It may be okay for his new-found northern blood.

Our college freshman son is coming home tonight.

Today is, indeed, Thanksgiving Day.

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Busy...Dreadfully Busy

Time slips away without our permission

i will never regret carrying all over the world something our Son cherishes. Never. Stitch in Glacier National Park (Montana) backcountry.

Time slips away without our permission.

Your move.

Go.

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Misinterpret

Habitual levels (reprise)

What the world needs now?

Habitual levels of:

generosity

  • goodness
  • hope
  • compassion
  • surrender
  • reflection
  • forgiveness.

Habitually high levels propel you forward.

Habitually low levels have proportionately lower results, and hold you back from your potential.

Habitual levels of acting on common sense and timeless wisdom help you in ways your previous self could only dream of.

You can, and should, become the change you wish to see in your world.

Super excited to watch you continue to bloom.

Go outside, cut a single wildflower and put it in water and place it where you spend most of your day. Then text me a picture of this. +1-407-538-4341

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Busy...Dreadfully Busy

Watch what happens

The neighbor behind us has a pond. Pictured here is the camera looking through his yard to our backyard.
One half mile later, dramatic change that if you’re a few minutes late to take a look, you miss the brilliants reds and oranges.
Nearly two miles and 30 minutes from the first photos, the sun is about to pierce the horizon.

Watch what happens.

What?

Watch what happens to the sky the first 30 minutes or so of a brand new day.

What a luxury to be outside the first 30 daylight minutes of a gloriously young day.

Old as the sea, new as the morning.

Live like you mean it.

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Please don't tell me

Sticks and stones may break my bones

Do words matter? WordPress meetup last night. Presentation by Matthew Montoya from Constant Contact email list services.

Sticks and stones may break my bones, but names will never hurt me.

This was a phrase i learned as a child because children make fun of each other by calling out names like sissy, nerd, faggot, privileged, fat, stupid, ugly, etc.

The words we use when we talk to ourselves matter. Your words can encourage you. Your words can hold you back.

You have to decide what to do with this information.

Super excited about the powerful and intentional choices you make. Rock on!

You were born for greatness.

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