If you need a little mood boost, there’s nothing like taking a hot shower or bath and then slathering your neck and chest in a yummy-smelling lotion. That little act of self-care can do a lot. (I remember Mom letting me use her special Avon cream.)
Presentation is everything. Cakes, tables, presents…taking the time to put them together with love and care says a great deal to the receiver of these things. (Still, I’ll never be able to wrap a gift like my mother.)
If you can’t figure out what’s wrong, it’s probably HORMONES.
When decorating your home, consider using an odd number of items.
Giving truly is better than receiving. (My mother is one of the most generous people I have ever met. She derives so much pleasure from picking out gifts for others.)
Sometimes all a person really needs is for someone to listen.
The proper way to measure flour for baking is to spoon it into the cup, then even the top off with the edge of a knife.
By using your pinkie, thumb and index finger you can create a little “gun” for shooting rubber bands.
The deepest beauty is found in simplicity. (When I was little…wee little…Mom would strap me into the bike seat and we would ride around town looking for pretty things…a butterfly wing, a stone, a colorful leaf. I’ve never forgotten this.)
The true meaning of unconditional love. (I love you, Momma.)
Exploring, adventuring and working hard to be the best version of myself