taking some time to reflect upon my week…
:: week two of my e-course, 28 moments...i have the loveliest group of women gathering in this class…honestly, i want to hug them tight
:: long days on tuesdays and wednesdays, every week now…still adjusting to these new rhythms
:: a walk in the woods…a little time with the trees always refreshes
:: crisp mornings
:: monday was a frustrating day with computer issues and general everyday-ness which is sometimes messy…but after dinner, we spent time playing outside gathering treasures…and my heart felt light again
:: overwhelm rolling into waves of peace…riding the swells
:: getting pen to paper each day…the commitment and the release
:: turning leaves, falling leaves, the accompanying crunch…and a daughter who actually wants to rake (at least for now)
and what about you? what were the moments of your week?
sending a little love your way, m
9 thoughts on “:: noticing the moments ::”
Hi Michelle, I’m here at your blog after seeing you on Instagram! I loved this list and your images – I felt soothed by your moments & reminded to list my own. :) Thank you!
I hope the rest of the week went smoother for you.
Much love to you.
I try and savour the big moments that are in every day and yet, sometimes it is those really small moments that pack the biggest punch. xo
Liv, I will be taking the course with you after the New Year and wont it be such a great way to begin our new year? I like the part about collecting little bits of nature and your little raker who still likes to rake and your wise mama heart knowing that stage is but a speck in time. This week for me went by in a flash, today I woke up and thought, “welp another week behind me” I watched a lot of Mad Men, my new obsession, I spent a little time worrying about my oldest and all the while I knew I should be reading and doing homework myself for another class I’m taking. Sometimes it feels better to just watch an episode and bake some banana bread. Have a wonderful weekend Michelle.
oh, tracie, i hope you both do!!!
My babies use to love raking leaves and then jumping in them.
I have been dealing with internet and television problems all morning, such a headache, but at least it’s now over and I can look forward to a peacefilled weekend.
beautiful moments! I was just listening to the crunch as well. I hope you keep your raker of leaves for at least a few weeks. Both kids are home this weekend so my house is full!!
I’m so upset, Michelle – I’ve only just realised you’re running this beautiful course! I will definitely be in for 2014 ;-) xx
oh, i would love to have you, liv!!! late january/february…dates coming soon!