7 Things We Are Grateful For
What a week! Am I right? Phew, I almost wasn't sure I was going to be able to send out this list as I just am so tired from all of the stress of this week. Sometimes stepping away from work and technology etc... calms me a bit, so I did that this weekend and it was great. I might have some tea and read a book too, if my kids can go to bed on time. Since e-learning started their bedtime has been a bit up in the air;)
I am happy to share the 7 things that I am grateful for this week. I hope you find and acknowledge the things you are grateful for in your life!
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1. Rainbows. Every time I hear this song it makes me emotional. My daughter loves it to and I am grateful for all the times I hear here singing it quietly as she passes through rooms. It's a beautiful song.
2. Dan Levy. Because I want to be his best friend. When I am in a bad headspace I go to his instagram and he immediately gives me hope and energy and life again.
3. The new candle for our Rosie Rosie line called Gingerwood Promenade. It took some time to perfect the smell, but I wanted to make sure that it was reminiscent of a holiday or winter scent, but elevate it and modernize it a bit. Check it out and let me know what you think!
5. Started reading Untamed because everyone has read it and I wanted to know what the hype was about, and boy it is so good. Can't wait to really get into it!
6. This foundation. Just the best! I am always looking for people/companies/foundations to support and I am always planting seeds in the spring, so I am excited about this company and their mission. Also, so talented!
7. THIS IS EVERYTHING. I cried all day yesterday. For women, for minorities and for the fact that my 5 year old daughter gets to witness the first Madame Vice President. Ugh, I am tearing up as I write this!