A Picture is Worth a 1000 Words
Are you wondering what this is a picture of? Wondering why it is Truly Beautiful? Can you tell it’s significance? 3 18?
I made this card from the picture of the arm of a young woman I met recently. Her tattoo intrigued me and I asked her the significance of it. She told me that it is the birthday of her Mom ~ March 18th ~ and that she had it tattooed on her arm because her Mom is so important to her in her life.
As you know I love to connect with others and when I saw her unusual tattoo, I was astounded that it was my birthday that she had across her forearm. I found it so interesting that I asked if I could take a picture and post it on my blog. Thanks KAngel!
I always enjoy listening to others and their stories…and their reasons for their tattoos. I don’t have any of my own, but it doesn’t change the fact that if I see your interesting one, I won’t stop myself from asking you about it as I feel that if you’ve felt it’s important enough to tattoo on yourself, then it’s important enough and perhaps you’d like to share.
Which brings me to birthdays…I love my birthday! Truly I do! I think that it’s important to celebrate every year that you are here! I enjoy quiet reflection for what’s happened the past year, making personal goals for the coming year and I give thanks for all that has happened in my life since my last birthday to bring me to this day. Usually my goals are simple and as the year progresses, they evolve as circumstances pop up. I re-evaluate my life and what I’d like to do with it ~ what I really want and how I can better serve and connect with my family, friends, loved ones and others.
One year gives you 365 days, 8,760 hours, 525,600 minutes ,and 31,536,000 seconds ~ imagine what you can accomplish with all that time on your hands? Even minusing sleep time in a year ~ 8 hrs a night? Still gives you 5,840 hours in which to live what you’ve been dreaming of…and what is that? What are you dreaming of?
I am working on my goals for the coming year ~ my inner self-goals which I think are separate from the New Year’s Resolutions. I’ve got a few I can share ~ I’d love to hold a seminar (or two!) and pursue the power point presentations that I did last year when I was dreaming of teaching what I’ve learned…I’d love to return to my beloved Spain to tap back into my fluency again…I’d love to connect with others on an even wider scale with my business and spread a skyful of sunshine with my SendOutCards ~ I have a ton of ideas, but I do not have the necessary connections…yet!
I want to inspire survivors and others who need to know that there’s a light at the end of the tunnel and that they’re not alone…I want to continue to passionately pursue being a better wife, mom, sister, daughter and friend.
Just to name a few…of course, there are many more, but they are private…
So when I blow out my candles on my birthday,
I will make my wishes…
and one of them will be that WE ALL make our wishes come true this year!