|I don't know if I like this photo or not. I was just struck|
by the layers of frozen-ness. We are expecting more
snow tonight and tomorrow. Sigh.
Well, I'm going with my good buddy Neale Donald Walsh again this evening. This one is a few says old but is something that resonates with me. One of my favorite therapy stories is when Dr. Jim and I were talking about perfectionism and I announced to him (without a glimmer of awareness): "I can't be a perfectionist. I never do anything right." He practically fell of his chair laughing and the light dawned in my somewhat dim brain. Perfectionism really is a terribly destructive illness. (My perfectionist and I, by the way, are really upset by tonight's photos. We think they suck (except the one of Angel... can't go wrong with Angel), but I didn't want to post more tree branches. My perfectionist has strong feelings about posting the same stupid tree over and over too. She's a real witch. But anyway, here's what Neale says God wants us to know...
Some things I'm grateful for today: (items in red are pre-gratitude which will hopefully encourage the Universe to manifest cool stuff into my life.)
- Angel and Tara Grace
- my friends
- my Bose sound system
- winning lottery tickets
- a clothes dryer
- a million dollars a year for life from Publisher's Clearinghouse
- winning the HGTV Vermont Dream House
- zero balance on my credit cards
- paid off mortgage
- new paint job in my living and bedrooms
- my new camera
- reiki bears
- indoor plumbing
- kind neighbors
- Greater Good.com
- my 5 (6?) senses
- my cane
- my red chair
- Dennis Puffett
- the internet
- the telephone
|Another thing I'm grateful for is kind neighbors who shovel my|
snow with no request for anything in return - even thanks. It makes
a world of difference in my ability to survive and it makes me feel more safe
in the world.
I WISH YOU A PERFECTLY IMPERFECT DAY!