What I like the most from Mondays is that it is that day of the week where you promise-to or push yourself to start something… Whether it’s doing exercise, eating well or start your new project… Whatever that is, Monday is the day to say yes to that thing you’ve been wanting to do for some time ago. For me, this Monday I’m “saying yes” to exercise… What are you saying yes to?
Enjoy your monday and I leave you with some pictures that I find inspiring for a monday’s mood.
We get lost in the woods looking for adventure
Climbing trees building houses busting our knees on the texture
wishing of muddy holes, stepping on slippy stones
This place could never hold us back
but somehow we’d always find our way back home.
– the floor is made of lava
The autumn sky and the rich gold and orange leaves touches something deep inside my heart and reminds me of the wonders of life, my many reasons to be thankful.
I’ve been blessed by friends who share their hopes and dreams with me. I have a family who cares about me. I’ve spent many nights snuggling the one I love, and have known many passionate kisses, and heartfelt hugs. I’ve been moved by the laughter of children, and the warmth of a smile. I’ve been inspired by music, and have felt the comfort that comes only from home. I cherish all of these memories, and if I could escape to my fondest dreams, I’d live in a world where the beauty of autumn never ends, where nothing except endless peace and happiness exists.
May autumn touch your heart reminding you of your many reasons to be thankful and allowing you to escape to a world of fond dreams.
As we approach to one of my favorite seasons (well kind of my favorite time of the year) it reminds me of all my new year resolutions (2013) I’ve checked and those still waiting for me to do. Although it seems I still have time (2 months and some days left) my schedule gets even more crowded each day. I guess that’s why I love fall and winter days because the days are short and the nights are long, leaving me with enough time to focus and do all those things I need to do for myself.
“If we had no winter, the spring would not be so pleasant: if we did not sometimes taste of adversity, prosperity would not be so welcome.” – Anne Bradstreet