I'm married to a the greatest fish in the sea, own my dream house and have a beautiful family as well as the very best friends available. I am very fortunate and am grateful for this daily. There is nowhere else I would rather be(except with all these amazing people at a ski resort where whinging doesn't make a sound, but you know what I mean). We all know that having 'everything' isn't everything... so then what is life all about? What is the point?
I like this quote...
- To be a happy, loving mum who makes my children feel, safe, happy, proud and confident throughout their lives. To spread happiness to my children and teach them how to love life and to power on through the ups and downs of living.
- To spend time with family often. So no one can escape from anyone's craziness and we can all share the load of life together, and bask in the happiness.
- To always be on the look out for things to do out and about(adventures if you like!) and take them as an opportunity to spend time together with family and friends.
- Always have a holiday planned to look forward. It could be a holiday two hours down the road, or 2 days across the world. It could be in 2 weeks or two years. The planning and anticipation is half the fun. Doesn't matter how big or small, a holidays is so refreshing, even just to think about.
- To spend time with my man just the two of us. Doing the things we love doing like movies and dinner at nice restaurants. To enjoy being together just as husband and wife.
- That although I am someone who is prone to being anxious when things go askew, I plan to not ever be as knocked around by it as I have before. I will embrace these traits and use them to my advantage. After all, the caveman who imagined the noise in the bush was a lion(and not a bird) was the one who went the furthest.
- Work in a job I enjoy. I don't aspire to be the top of the ladder or bring in big bucks. I just want to enjoy going to work and find what I do fulfilling.
- Appreciate the little things in every day.
- Do something to help others. Pay it forward. You never know when you will need a stranger to help you.