I hope you’re having a beautiful day! The sun has finally reemerged in my area of the world and I couldn’t be happier…I don’t do well with all this rain and gloominess! However, because I’ve been cooped up inside for the past few days, I have done a lot of reading and found this fun post that I really wanted to recreate, since it discussed some of the least-sexualized, and often under-appreciated, parts of our bodies and why we should focus on and be thankful for them….I just really love that!
Thank you eyes for encouraging me to see the goodness around me. And often, for surprising (and delighting!) me with things I would never know to look for.
Thank you heart for allowing me to love so freely and for showing me what true resilience looks like. You really are the pro when it comes to “get knocked down seven times, stand up eight.”
Thank you bones for keeping me standing tall and for keeping my head on straight, so I can enter into the world with confidence and humility.
Thank you hands for helping me to create beauty all around me and for holding onto the things that are most important to me.
Thank you mouth for reminding me of all the little pleasures in life, like the taste of a delicious dessert, a sweet smile to a passing stranger, or a kind kiss from the one whom your soul loves.
Alright sweet friends, there you are! I hope you stop and remind yourself of these things (or whatever your list of 5 things looks like) throughout the day today, and tomorrow, and the next day, etc. because you are so worthy of self-love and your body works hard for you! Isn’t it time we give it some thanks?!
Also random but fun news! I am going to FINALLY get myself on a posting schedule….so, starting from here on out, I will be posting every Tuesday and Saturday!! I may have a few little posts here and there if anything pops up in between those times during the week that I want to talk with y’all about but this way, y’all will have a better idea of when to check for new posts and for me, this will help keep things a little more structured and consistent (and keep me motivated to post on a more regular basis!) so this is a good move for all involved, I think. 🙂