love who you are

Today, I am grateful to be in a place where I can witness the antics of the mind and approach situations that used to thrown me off center with giggles and grace. 

I am learning how to recognize when little me or teenage me has something to say, and how to create a safe place for her to express herself and for adult me to soothe and comfort her. 

I accomplished acknowledging when I was deflecting a compliment, remembering that this type of programmed response is residue from decades of low self-esteem, and that it can resurface when I am tired. 

I delighted in witnessing a hummingbird approach my window, in feeling the cool water on my bare feet as I watered and serenaded my whimsical garden, and in snuggles from my sweet Poebear as I began my seated meditation. 

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