Good morning all my lovelies. The day dawns quietly here on the Mornington Peninsula, and I am mindful of my family and friends near and far across the seas. On this day that celebrates new life and hope, I send out to each of you my love and gratitude for the many gifts you bring to my life.
Some of us see each other daily, and for many of us, the experience of life keep us physically apart. For some this season heightens awareness of painful transitions in life, and for those who are experiencing such challenging times, please know that my love is with you, and that you are in my heart.
However (whether or not) you choose to honour and celebrate this season, my blessings to you and yours, and my wish that you will find peace, joy and contentment in each moment for life as it is.
Thank you, Jenni, for heartwarming greeting this christmas. You are amazing with words, what a gift you have! I only discovered the post now, as I am going through my e-mail account and tidying it up, long overdue, from now on I plan to see your greetings without delay. 😄
How are you doing? I’m sure you’re enjoying the little beauties no end. Gorgeous photos on face. Give my love to Campbell and Jess 💕
How is your thesis going? I wish you all the luck you need, and all the inspiration and TIME management you need to get through. Looking forward to hearing how you are doing. – –
March here is turning out cold , with lots of snow (and snowclearing). Only *one *ski-trip so far unfortunately, hoping for more this week.
At work we’re developing a program for individual planned activities that are focusing on enhancing JOY IN LIFE for the patients. Very good, I am delighted to be in the comittee facilitating this. Our nursing home, and the rest of the nursing homes in our municipality, are working towards a certification, our title is to become “Nursing home of life-joy”. The certification commits us to document activities around each patient regarding how they experience joy in their lives, and to implement these activities in their daily routines. 🎯😊
In spite of my “frozen left shoulder” I am well, – seeking out a physiotherapist today and taking some days off work to fight the inflamation. I am putting turmeric/black pepper and ginger in my food, – and doing ginger wraps while sleeping 😊😊
Al enjoys teaching English to 9-12 year olds at a primary school, such a joy to see him able to teach, he loves it so much. It is only a few lessons each week,which gives him time for other things. He also plays i the band at church, and has set up and is responsible for a very complicated and good PA system there – true to form! The band leader calls him a “multitalented genios”, Al laughs, but there is definitely some truth to this!! It is in the family😉😍
Looking forward to communicating face to face SOOON I hope!! 💞
Love from Hege
2017-12-24 21:14 GMT+01:00 Jennifer K Miles :
> Jennifer K Miles posted: “Good morning all my lovelies. The day dawns > quietly here on the Mornington Peninsula, and I am mindful of my family and > friends near and far across the seas. On this day that celebrates new life > and hope, I send out to each of you my love and gratit” >
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