Peace & Harmony ~ Cheryl
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Peace & Harmony ~ Cheryl
Peace & Harmony ~ Cheryl
Merry Christmas & Happy New Year!
Please take a minute during your holidays to say a Prayer for all the families that will across their table this year to see an empty chair, say a Prayer for those that died alone these past ten months.
Our country has been through many attacks over the past decades and we have risen from the ashes from each attack, and WE WILL RISE AGAIN!
Be Safe – Be Healthy – Be Home so we can gather in 2021♥
Peace ♥ Harmony
This coming week is going to be a tough week for millions of families out there, let’s be kind and compassionate – we never know what someone is going through.
During one of our morning coffee talks this week my husband and I were discussing the saying we’ve heard since this pandemic “everyone is in the same boat”, well, that’s not exactly true. Our boat looks totally different from a single mom’s boat.
What we should replace it with “the beauty of your life is the struggles you’ll survive”
These struggles won’t last forever, my hope is that when we get to the other side of this pandemic there will be equality, kindness, compassion and tolerance for ALL.
I will be sharing resources about employment, financial, daycare, saving money, healthcare, rent / mortgage assistant right here on this blog to help people get through their struggles.
One saying that I know is true “You are not in this alone”. There is help out there for everyone, you just need to know where to look – I can help with that.
I don’t always have the answers – but I’m diligent in finding the solutions.
Peace Harmony & Love
If you’re wondering where to start when organizing your home, developing a Transition zone is a great first step. This will give you an area to store school bags, purses, school papers, work bags, lunch totes and even overflowing amount of shoes that are scattered around your home.
Each family member can have their own space in this entryway to store their own personal belongings. Everyone will be able to drop their bags on the way in and scoop them up easily on the way out. This is perfect for bulky coats and sports equipment as well.
The end goal of this area is to install a habit with your family, by leaving these likely clutter items in this transition zone! In larger homes I have created Transition Zones on each floor – again each family is responsible for their own belongings.
Let us know if you need help with this zone or motivational coaching.
When the leaves are falling off the trees at summer homes or the snow has finally melted around the winter cabin, preparing to leave can be bittersweet.
There are many reasons to spend time closing a seasonal home properly including burst pipes, vandalism, rodents, and structural damage.
To avoid these pitfalls and make re-opening the summer home easier, here are 10 tips to help close your seasonal properties.
It’s with great sadness to say that my father-in-law has passed away. He was always working with his hands. He had beautiful gardens that attracted the most musical birds to the yard. He grew the biggest kale I have ever seen or seen since – it was delicious! He grew figs, fruit, vegetables and had pretty colorful plants and flowers around the home that he and my mother-in-law cultivated and cared for.
It’s always the little things that you miss when your “family landscape” starts to change. As I was going through just some of my collection of pictures – I realize I miss when the girls were young and we would all gather at my in-laws on Christmas Eve Evening. The girls would be full of wonder, they would hear the Santa bells from outside, some ran to the window to look out and some would run and hide! My father-in-law loved the holidays, I would catch glimpses of him watching the girls dance around the house as he smiled. He would be trying to tell them to “settle down” with his deep Portuguese accent but would tease them to get them running around again.
My father-in-law Henrique Camacho (AKA Pai, avo), will be truly missed by his familia XO
James 4:13-15 The Message (MSG)
13-15 I now have a word for you who brashly announce. “Today—at the latest, tomorrow—we’re off to such and such a city for the year. We’re going to start a business and make a lot of money.” You don’t know the first thing about tomorrow. You’re nothing but a wisp of fog, catching a brief bit of sun before disappearing. Instead, make it a habit to say, “If the Master wills it and we’re still alive, we’ll do this or that.”
Dr. Seuss wrote, “How did it get late so soon?” The older you get, the quicker time passes. The older you get, the more you understand the seasons of time, the qualities of time which have made up your life…years of struggle, moments of pure joy, seconds of pure terror, and vast stretches of boredom. I remember when summers seemed to last forever.
More than smartphones, computers, and tablets, the clock is the most addictive and controlling technological device we own today. In our culture, we learn lessons about the time along the way, like, “time is money,” and “wasted time is wasted opportunity.” We are are a culture that has found time so abundant we could kill it when we thought we had too much, with thinking like “I had some time to kill.”
Does the clock tell us what is most important in life, does it tell us that it is the time of beginning or end? That now is the time to break or reconcile? The time to rebuild or break down? We need to realize that the clock does not answer these questions. The ways and wonders of time are much more complicated, much deeper, much more sacred than we assume. It takes inner wisdom, cultivated purposefully and in quiet, deep spaces to learn how to really tell time.
Let’s spend our Time and Energy being creative, being kind, being an asset to your community and family. And, not worrying, not being fearful, not being pity and not listening and joining into the negativity. Be the Stewardship of Your Time!
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The perfectly lined headstones, I have a fixation on lines – anything that stands in perfection. These headstones all stand for something more. They stand for bravery, the honor for country and they stand for selflessness. They tell a story. The story of a Hero. Every Hero has their own unique Story. And every Hero means something to somebody. This is the weekend we recognize those stories, and salute those families of those Heroes, for sacrificing what they love to make sure we stand on Land of Freedom today.
Happy Memorial Weekend,