Here’s some food for thought this Tuesday.
No two moments in life are exactly the same. It’s a continual ebb and flow.
I made it back home to Virginia on Thursday night! Now I’m soaking up some time with the people that I haven’t seen for a month and playing catch up on numerous things.
I hope that you are having a beautiful day!
Let your light shine!
18 thoughts on “Tuesday Truth #37”
This quote reminds me of one I encountered recently … the river I step in is not the same river I stand in. Both quotes capture the ethereal quality of water and life.
Oh, I love that one Joanne!! I may have to find a place to use that one in the future!!
Glad to hear you made it home safely!
Thank you, Deborah!! xx
Hi Amy, Welcome back home. Ebb and flow is very true. Ride the wave with your precious family:)
Hi Erica!! Thank you! My middle son was home for a brief visit on Monday and Tuesday so I made sure to take the time to cherish those moments. With all my traveling, this is the first time that his moving has felt “real”.
I can’t like anything, but I Like this. I also like Joanne’s quote.
I saw that I was having some issues with that section loading. Of course, nothing can just be smooth when I return. lol. 😉 I thought Joanne’s was great! 🙂
Welcome back Amy💕
Thank you, Dee Dee! <3
Beautiful quote! It really makes you think about how to be intentional with what/who you surround yourself in with each moment too!
Thank you, Mackenzie! Being intentional is definitely something that I’m hoping to bring into practice more often. xx
Well, that certainly does make sense… Why shouldn’t every single moment be unique, when every single individual on this earth is unique? 🙂
(Welcome back! Hope you enjoyed your trip! :D)
This is so true! And it’s that uniqueness that makes the world such a wonderful and interesting place! 🙂
Thank you! We had a great time traveling!
That’s so true Amy. Love the quote. I wish you a happy month ahead. xx
Thank you so much, Miriam!! xx
Very true and a good way to stay in the present moment and appreciate each one.
Thanks, Peta! I’m glad that you agree. I love a good reminder to stay in the present moment as I have a frequent tendency to fall into the past or worry about the future. 🙂