It’s not always easy, but focusing on the perfect moments in your life, helps you have more of them. It’s about the little moments — rolling over and snuggling into my husband in the morning to get warm, holding my daughter’s hand as we walk into Walmart, watching one child do something nice for another, hugs from my teenage sons. . . .
And, in those moments when life doesn’t feel perfect, it’s not my job to change my external reality or try to control everything, but to find the beauty and lessons in that moment.
I don’t know about you, but I think it feels better to look around me at the people and things in my life and say, “Wow, this is pretty awesome!
So, tell me how your life is perfect right now? Mine is perfect right now because my married daughter is here doing laundry and I can hear her upstairs chatting with her sister, and I love that they are best friends.