Arrived at the end of Finding and Keeping Love week.
Where did the time go?
I guess just like when you're having fine, time flies when the topic is engaging (HA that could be a pun for this series) Get it? ☺
We've talked about so many things this week: Writing love letters as a way to express how we are feeling towards another; using Lent as a springboard to becoming a better person towards those we love or want in our life. (how's your challenge going, by the way?); we've pondered love through the eyes of mathematics; and yesterday, we discovered 13 wonderful gifts through scripture to guide us along the way to finding and keeping love.
WOW! Doesn't that look extraordinary all in one paragraph! I'm not sure about you, but I've learned so much this week.
I'm extremely proud of us for wanting to become the person we were created to be; creatures of love in so many more ways than either of us could have possibly imagined.
It takes some energy to do the changes we're looking to do. It can be exhausting, at best.
I hope you'll do what I intended to do this weekend and take some time to do some self-care & self love practices. For me, that looks like stealing off with a good book and my softest, coziest blanket and then later, a nice warm essential oil soak!
As I leave this week, I wanted to share with you just a bit more to chew on. I found this article over on Psychology Today and it was thought provoking.
It's title rings true for our week: Six Secrets to Finding and Keeping Life Long Love
(I know! I couldn't believe the title matched the theme for this week either!! ☺)
Do be sure to stop by and give it a read! You won't regret it, I pinky promise.
I'm so glad you joined me this! Be sure to tune in next week for Long Live Love week