One of my favorite writers is SC Lourie.
When she writes, the words pour from her very soul. I received an email from her and wish to share it because November is the time for a soul reset.
It begins November 1st, but no stress darling.
I’ve walked many a journey with Sam, and she moves gently. Would love to have you join me on this journey. Here is the link. Much love, Barb. xx
There is nothing more heart wrenching for me than to meet someone living in the past. Regrets while walking this earth. Not seeing what this day has in store because they’re looking behind them.
Live this day as if it will be your last. Remember that you will only find “tomorrow” on the calendars of fools. Forget yesterday’s defeats, and ignore the problems of tomorrow. This is it. All you have. Make it the best day of the year. The saddest words you can ever utter are, “If I had my life to do over again…” Take the baton, now. Run with it! This is your day!
It’s difficult for me to wrap my mind around this day being my last. Even though, I hear stories daily of people younger than me leaving this world. I do know, this day will come to an end, so I need to make the most of it.
I tend to do small things continuously throughout the day. Instead of tackling something large, it’s a smoother journey to make a tweak here and there. Last year was my first Christmas as a single Mom. My daughter loves Christmas lights, but I could not get motivated to hang them. I bought two Christmas trees and decorated them, thinking that would work. Well….that was okay, but looking back, it didn’t fulfill either of us.
This weekend she was with her Dad, and I had some colorful icicle lights in a box from years ago. God even made sure I had clips, so there were no excuses. It took me less than an hour to hang those colorful strands around the roof of the front porch. I’m no roof climber, and I wasn’t out to prove anything masterful. When she comes home Monday evening, the look on her face will be more than worth it.
So, if I wouldn’t have been given this day, my daughter could have sat on the front porch and seen that Mama left her a world of light and love.