Today I am grateful for the simple gift of having love in my heart.
Having children has taught me a lot of things, but most importantly it has taught me the meaning of unconditional love. I love them. And I love them no matter what. I will always love them, no matter what. I will never abandon them, physically nor emotionally. I love their daddy, although it has taken me many years to choose to give him unconditional love. Loving unconditionally makes a person vulnerable. I am okay with being vulnerable now.
I am working on healing my wounded inner child by giving that inner child my unconditional love–the same love I have for my own children. I got some exercises from my therapist, Ivonne, who is a gift in my life. I love her. The exercises are working wonders and I have been doing them every day and moving past some old emotional traumas. Finally, I am starting to feel a little lighter.
I love my midwife, Jeanne (scroll down on the link to see her). She has cancer. I brought her a chicken pot pie yesterday, and it made me really happy. It made her happy, too. I loved seeing her, giving her a big hug, having her in my heart forever. I am very sad that she going to suffer and go through chemo. I want her to do the Gerson therapy instead, but I am not sure whether I should tell her about it or not. I want to respect her boundaries. So I am listening to my intuition and waiting to get a sense for whether I should send her the DVD about Gerson therapy, The Beautiful Truth, or not…
I love my friends. You are what make my life feel whole. Before I had you, I was lonely.
I love the sunshine today, and I love that my 6-year-old can play out in it all day long with her friend, Adam, who is 4. I love that they like playing together, even though they are two years apart and different genders. I love that Mia doesn’t care about things like that. I love how she likes to play and have fun and be a real kid.
I love that Anna is a little stinker. I love the words she is learning to say and I love when she likes to run around naked. I love her chunky little body and I want to bite her.