I have been working at keeping my daily steps up even though I haven’t been able to get outside to walk because of the snow. Excuses don’t work when you are working towards a mission!
I am about to up the number of steps again for March on wards. I am going to get healthy through my new ways of eating and doing more. I do it in little bits during the day. Sit and check emails and other things then up and DO something. Do it with energy. Using energy creates energy.
Once you have signed up (it is free but they will drop you back to basic – you just put in your info manually – after the trial period) please send me the link to your mission and I will include you on our page.
For those of you who do not recognize the name, Manon was one of my very first viewers. We have kept in touch over the years and this year I finally got to give her a hug!
Her amazing smile brightened every moment I spent with her
Manon was everything I had thought she would be and then more. She was so elegant, gracious and thoughtful. She touched my heart and soul.
Perhaps one of the most endearing memories I have of her visit is the way, each time I thanked her for something, this melodious “you’re welcome” would come singing back at me. It was just so darn charming and I will hear it each time I say “thank you” to anyone. It will stay with me for the rest of my life. It also reminded me of the value of such a small response.
I heard about the fact that her local friend had been unable to do some of the sightseeing that Manon had hoped to do so I made a plan to make few things happen for her. We spent one day here in my area of White Rock and then headed into Vancouver to take in some local sights and then Manon took me on a foodie tour of my own city! I am so glad she did.
I would not be honest if I didn’t tell you I will truly miss Manon, her smile and everything she brings to this world. I cried when I met her and I didn’t want to cry when we parted. I worked hard to put us both into our “rational” brains before we went our separate ways. She left me a truly magical note that I couldn’t read until I got home because I didn’t want to drive in tears.
As the tears streamed down my face reading the card I was overcome with the joy and gratitude that she came Vancouver and that I got to be part of her real world, even for a moment. As I closed the thank you card I fought to smile, nod my head and say…
I had often wondered what it was like to have a CAT scan. Today I got to find out. There is something of an emotional roller coaster going on – one that I had not expected. As you will see/hear things I didn’t expect caught me off guard when I thought I was totally under control. https://youtu.be/UPa47EZG1-w