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    Musings: How do You Gratitude?

    Develop an attitude of gratitude… via …or don’t! grat·i·tude [ˈɡradəˌt(y)o͞od/ ] noun — the quality of being thankful; readiness to show appreciation for and to return kindness. (from Google) The holiday season always brings gratitude to the surface, for me at least. I can’t speak for others. Last night, while enjoying the greasy delights of Jimboy’s Tacos, the topic came up again. As children, we both realized, we grew up with influences of showing gratitude verbally, but also through other actions such as gifting, thank you notes, or a kind act. I guess this is one of those reasons we get along so well, we gratitude the same, among a…

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    Merriest of Eves

    Whatever you do today…I hope you do it with love, laughter, and kindness! I’m back from the Sick Chronicles part deux! Still not feeling 100%, but enough to get my butt to work for a half day. I don’t want to sit here and complain about how I’m feeling, rather wish you and yours a beautiful Christmas Eve and continue the merriness through tomorrow! I’m looking forward to spoiling those I love, while also being present with them tomorrow. I can’t promise I’ll check out of the mobile world completely, cause I’m too weak, but I know that I will actively take the time to focus my time and energy…

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    Thinking Out Loud – Lost in Thought

    A little about nothing much at all… Amanda at .RUNNING WITH SPOONS. The Lost Art // Well, at least in my opinion, writing and snail-mailing notes/cards is a lost art form. Heck, even a real invitation seems to be few and far in between. With the evolution of E-vite and high usage of FB (re: all social media), maybe even adding in group texting, we’ve lost the art of paper trails. However, anything related to baby making or marriage is still sent via the traditional way, but even this is changing! Okay, I went on a slight tangent on invitations. Sorry. I know how much I love, love, love receiving…