I welcome today!

Thank you for a warm delicious breeze. Thank you for dates. Thank you for new experiences. Thank you for friends. Thank you for my body. Thank you for breath. Thank you for birds to wake me every morning.

*What can I give you today? Fascination

I will delightfully be fascinated in all things today.

I glow like the sun, welcoming and warm.

I am a bubbling brook singing songs of joy, going where I am meant to go and resisting nothing.

Breakfast: Angel: 1 young coconut meat. 32 oz. banana, strawberry, spinach smoothie. Myself: 1 young coconut water, 32oz. lemon water, 32oz. banana strawberry spinach smoothie.

Lunch: each of us had 32oz. banana strawberry spinach smoothie.

Snack: each of us had a bunch of dates.

Dinner: Angel: plain uncooked oatmeal with water. Myself: 1/2 cantaloupe, 1/4 pineapple.

Snack: myself: bunch of dates.

Yesterday I woke at 6:30am. I got up, made my bed, put coconut/lavender oil on and got dressed. I got Angel dressed and put clothes I had washed last night in the dryer. I cut open a coconut drank the water and gave the meat to Angel. I made 2 64oz. banana strawberry smoothies and put them in the fridge. I made Savana her lunch and took her to school. When I arrived back home I drank 32oz. of lemon water while I wrote gratitudes in my journal. Angel had some smoothie and played with her toys. I drank some smoothie while I vacuumed the house, folded laundry and put it away.

At 10am I drove to my friends house and gave her a professional massage. Angel watched finding Dory and ate some dates. After the massage I drove to Austin to meet a friend who was watching Angel for me while I went to an orientation to drive for Favor. I listened to Jim Rohn on the hour drive. Angel slept. When I arrived downtown it took a bit to find parking and I started to stress about time. I immediately felt the resistance and assured myself that everything would work out perfectly. I found metered parking near the museum I was meeting my friend at. When I went to put change in the meter I realized I didn’t have enough change. A lady was walking by and I asked her if she had any change for $1.00. She was very friendly and gave me the change she had which was just short of $1.00 and she refused to take my $1.00. I graciously thanked her. The coins gave me just enough time to do what I wanted to do. I woke Angel up and put her in the stroller. We met my friend at the museum and talked briefly then I left Angel with her and walked a few blocks to the orientation.


The orientation was informative and fun. I was excited to start running favors. When it was over, I messaged my friend and walked back to the museum. She wasn’t outside with Angel, so I waited a bit. I saw she hadn’t gotten my message and I realized she probably couldn’t get service inside the museum. I knew my meter had run out for my parking and I started to stress that but told myself it would all be ok. I asked the lady at the front desk if I could go in without paying to find my friend with my daughter so I could go to work. She let me! I found them right away. I thanked my friend and gave her some of my raw homemade cinnamon rolls. We said our goodbyes and I headed to the car. The meter had run out but there was no ticket. Yay! I loaded Angel up and drove to work for George and Peggy in Round Rock. I drank smoothies on the drive and I arrived 15 minutes early 😊.

Work was great. I ran errands while Angel played with George and Peggy. After work I decided to try out Favor now that I had completed the orientation. I worked from 6pm to 9:30pm and did 8 deliveries. It was a lot of fun. It was warm out and I enjoyed driving around with the windows down. I kept taking long deep breaths of the amazing air, it felt so good and I was grateful. Angel slept through most of my favor runs. I wanted to keep going but it was late for me and I still had an hour drive home. On the drive home I listened to fun music and snacked on dates. I appreciated being out of traffic and back in my familiar territory.

When I arrived home. I talked with my Airbnb guest who had arrived early that day, my daughter Savana had greeted him and got him settled in. He is a biologist working in the area for a few days. I got to bed around 11pm. I thought I would go right to sleep but I still had excitement flowing through me from the new job. I enjoyed the excited feeling and basked in it until I fell asleep.

Thank you for reading my blog and being a part of my life.