Wishing everyone a fun filled week!
Wishing everyone a fun filled week!
Make sure to celebrate with your daughter this week; I have listed a few suggestions on ways to celebrate below. Our daughter Sophia, is amazing: her wisdom is far beyond her years, her compassion and deep understanding of others helps to make our family better each day. We love u much Sophia; did we mention she’s turning 10 this week?
1. Write her a letter sharing how you feel about her.
2. Go to the park and just walk together; allow her to direct the conversation
3. Get a mani/pedi: even my tomboy loves her feet pampered.
4. Hit her favorite lunch or dinner spot.
5. Watch her favorite movie together.
6. Have Dad take out for a special date.
7. Cook her favorite meal together.
8. Read her favorite stories.
9. Look through old photos of her together and talk about each one.
10. Be in the moment with her.
I have done an e-course with Elizabeth and I thoroughly enjoyed it. For someone who does not do handwork Elizabeth’s e-course gave me the confidence to create some of her easy to follow projects. Make sure to sign up today; so you don’t miss the opportunity to work with Elizabeth:)
My weeks start on Sunday, so I wanted to find a new way to kick them off with a bang or should I say a laugh? So, the Sunday Funnies “The Warren’s Style” was created.
These are not the funnies from our childhood (Archie & the Gang, Garfield) nope these are some bust out laughing, tears a falling & did I just read that correctly funnies. I find that the world is a little to heavy for me lately; I need humor to survive. Now keep mind my humor is a little off kilter and some may not find my posts as funny as I do. That’s alright; feel free to post one of your favorite funnies, quotes or youtube videos. This series will be will continue for as long as I need a good laugh to start my week.
Thank goodness Summer is several months away:)
It has been about 2 months since I last posted and I have missed connecting with you all. I would share the details of my endeavor, but to be honest it would take a great deal of time and energy. Let’s just say life happened and God has a strange sense of humor. Our family is finally at the end of this journey; there have been a lot of tears, laughter and little sleep. Knowing what we have been through I can say with confidence that we are never given more than what we can handle. Even when it seems like if one more thing happens it will break us; we are able to perceiver. The knowledge we obtain while traveling through these trying times is priceless. I have learned so much about myself, our children and the amazing man I married. The anxiety I once carried so heavily on my shoulders has dissipated and I am so proud of all of us.
This episode has made it clear I still have work to do, but it has also encouraged me to focus on the dreams I put on the back burner for so long. There were moments when I could not have envisioned getting back to a place where I could think of my needs; but I am happy to say I am back and looking forward to what the universe has in store for me.
In the next few weeks I will be sharing some new ideas for this space and a lifelong dream I intend to pursue. Thanks to the many of you that have called or emailed me. I have missed you and can’t wait to get back to it!
Love & Hugs
Interesting new scientific findings on milk digestion, very much in line with Steiner’s views on the subject. Rudolph Steiner speaks of Sons of the Moon, and Sons of the Sun, as people who can and ones who can not digest milk. Comparison is inspiring, as natural science confirms what spiritual science finds by its own terms. Read about the new study here