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Enjoy All You Can March 7, 2021

Posted by nrhatch in Happiness, Humor, Life Balance, Mindfulness.
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Start every day with an attitude of gratitude.

Not all storms come to disrupt your life; some come to clear your path.

The darkest night produces the brightest stars.

Today is a good day to have a good day.

Enjoy all you can.

Aah . . . that’s better!

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1. Val Boyko - March 7, 2021

Thanks for the reminder and the smile Nancy 💕

nrhatch - March 7, 2021

Your smile makes me smile . . . happiness is contagious!

2. Kate Crimmins - March 7, 2021

Any day can be a good day. Just depends on how you frame it!

nrhatch - March 7, 2021

When we learn to turn our attention to thoughts of our choosing (instead of allowing our brains to pontificate on auto-pilot), we hold the keys to happiness in our hands!

Hope Morgan is still on the mend and will be rewarded on Tuesday with a clean bill of health and no bandage!

3. anotherday2paradise - March 8, 2021

We can always choose to have a happy day, Nancy. Love this post. 🙂

nrhatch - March 8, 2021

Sometimes we just need to put our mind to it!

4. L. Marie - March 8, 2021

Great advice!
That video was amazing!

nrhatch - March 8, 2021

Glad you liked the video as much as I did. The music paired with the stars = out of this world!

5. Behind the Story - March 9, 2021

The meteor shower was beautiful–also the music. It reminds me of slumber parties when I was a teen or preteen, girls in sleeping bags in someone’s yard, lying on our backs and watching for falling stars.

nrhatch - March 9, 2021

When we lived in Maryland (way off the beaten track), we saw some amazing Meteor Showers . . . even getting up in the middle of the night for the best viewing.

And, yes. That music is a beautiful pairing with the film.

nrhatch - March 9, 2021

Like you, I also loved backyard slumber parties. We usually pitched a tent, but sometimes we would just be in sleeping bags under the stars . . . and wake up covered with dew. 😀

6. Erica/Erika - March 9, 2021

Great post, as always, Nancy. Amazing video of the Perseus Meteor shower! ✨

nrhatch - March 9, 2021

Thanks, Erica. These quick reads and reminders are due to the nice weather ~ too nice to spend hours at the keyboard. That will change this summer when we’ll only want to go outside for brief stints. In the meantime, I’ll keep tossing out abbreviated posts. 😀

Erica/Erika - March 9, 2021

You share “the good” and I always appreciate your posts! 🙂

nrhatch - March 10, 2021

Thank you! Your support adds buoyancy to my thoughts!

7. roughwighting - March 9, 2021

We need these reminders to just lighten up and ENJOY! Some people feel guilty if they’re having fun. That’s sad!

nrhatch - March 9, 2021

I agree. I love that I no longer feel that I need to be “advancing the ball” in any appreciable way.

Instead, I can relax and go with the flow of a lazy river . . . and see where it leads.

8. Debra - March 9, 2021

After the year we’ve experienced I think these encouragements are all the more important. We who have made it through should feel plenty of gratitude, and I’d think need to focus on making the most of every day available to us! Thank you, Nancy.

nrhatch - March 10, 2021

Thanks, Debra! Spring fills me with optimism. As the days get longer, my thoughts grow brighter and lighter.

Anything is possible. Of course it is!

9. Christie Hawkes - March 11, 2021

Thanks for the smile this morning! I loved these pics and the advice shared with each. I found your blog through a comment you left on Ally’s The Spectacled Bean. Nice to make your acquaintance. Have a lovely day!

~Christie

nrhatch - March 11, 2021

Thanks for swinging by and letting me know that we first crossed paths on Ally’s blog. It’s nice to see the interconnection of our virtual visits!

Enjoy today!

10. Ally Bean - March 11, 2021

I like gratitude. I agree it’s an attitude. And a core value for me. Would that more people had that value. 🙄

nrhatch - March 11, 2021

Gratitude is worth it!


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