Sunday, November 30, 2014

A joyful heart. -Thankful.

I'm approaching things differently. -With a joyful heart.
I'm finding peace in simple things. These past few days have been busy.- But what a difference it makes when you approach things with a joyful heart. I'm learning to listen more, before I speak. Handle things in a more of a loving approach. My days are more positive. I am able and capable of seeing things in a different light. - With a joyful heart. I'm happier, more cheerful and it's amazing finding peace in simple everyday things.

On Thanksgiving we cooked, spending most of our time in the kitchen, together -which honestly in our home we do a lot of. -It was wonderful. We asked our oldest daughter what she was most thankful for. Of course she said her family. At that moment, I looked around saw, a baby sleeping peacefully, my husband preparing our turkey and our oldest in the kitchen with her apron and hat on.- I  feel so blessed and beyond thankful. - We are alive, happy, breathing, healthy and together under one roof. - My heart is filled with such joy.

At times our days may be busy and sometimes even hectic. But I've come to realize that I enjoy those times. Chasing our oldest around, preparing diapers and nursing the baby, and what seems like loads and loads of laundry/dishes.- I'm thankful that I am able to  do these things, live cozy in our home, wake each morning to a new beautiful day. -I'm  truly thankful.

Each day, wake with a positive outlook. Tell yourself at least one positive thing. - I've started walking every morning. -Time to think, wake my mind and spend time working on becoming a better me. - Simple things- a smile, conversation, a thoughtful gesture, a hug, a kiss, your personal well-being.- May it all come from a joyful heart.

Let us all be thankful for the time that we do have. - Make the most out of this life!

Welcome new readers! So happy to have you all here.
I hope you all enjoyed your Thanksgiving with all your love ones.