Week 2 – Nathan and I met 17 years ago this February – a lifetime (or about 1/2) of a lifetime ago! It’s hard to look back and not run into a memory where Nathan isn’t in. When counting my … Continue reading My significant other!
2015 is the first year in a very long time that I begin without a resolution list in my hands. It’s not exactly because I 100% believe Calvin… …but it’s more because of what I read here last year – … Continue reading Goals and Challenges
There are days in one’s life that are absolutely impossible to forget. Days so deeply etched in your memory that all you have to do is close your eyes to bring forth every detail lived, whether you want to or not. August 31st, 2013 is one of those for me. In March 2009, when Nathan came home and told me about a job opportunity in Saudi Arabia, I laughed! There was no way I would move there. Or so I thought. Then, 4 years later, I had to say goodbye to the kingdom, knowing that, more than likely, … Continue reading Anniversaries
“It’s the little things that matter” – true! My blissful moment today during a rainy day: receiving the shirts I ordered online and finding out they all fitted perfectly 🙂 What’s your blissful moment? Continue reading Blissful moments that brighten up gloomy days
A couple of months ago, I was reading a TED blog, when I found this piece on making your life more surprising. Now, I didn’t even know that surprisologist was even a word, even less, a profession, but it is. It’s sad that people might need an expert or a professional to tell them how to be suprised – really sad. However, I get it. It’s so easy to fall into a routine and to stop noticing the little things that make each day unique. When I was working at the schools, I never ceased to be surprised by the … Continue reading “Surprise is the greatest gift which life can grant us”