Celebration Time

All work and no play makes for a dull life. Each day is filled with accomplishments that remain unrecognized. 

Tonight I’m celebrating a year of changes. Doing my best to focus on the good I’ve accomplished this year of being single, while letting go of the things that didn’t go so well. Endings precede beginnings… 

I’m far from perfect and it’s easy to focus on the imperfections…like in the pen and ink drawing above, my eyes are immediately drawn to where the pattern is rough, or the errant pencil marks left behind. Yet this is a habit that’s time has come to be broken. This year I’ve climbed mountains and conquered many fears, along the way I’ve shed many tears. Through my vulnerability, I have helped others to find their own power; both here and at work. No more will I ruin my day based on a few errant marks. The overall drawing  and the day are still beautiful…

What about your life can you celebrate today? Gratitude opens the heart that grief closes. 

Namaste 

6 thoughts on “Celebration Time

  1. Here is to the year of changes to continually and spiritually grow despite the road of adversity. I am starting to see the light at the end of the tunnel. Now I just have to make sure it is not the oncoming light of a train. lol It is a lovely drawing. Sometimes an unfinished product is done despite people viewing it as an imperfection. It is all in the perspective of the viewer. Be well Tiffany and all the best in the new year

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