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Yesterday's post saved for today...

I sit here this day thinking about what I will be doing later...yoga... I think about tomorrow too for it's a special day, our anniversary...

We had planned to go to the Japanese Gardens, this idea came to me as my love carefully placed the last stone in a wall bordering our garden. He's erected this wall from stones he miraculously came across buried in the earth... these were a God-Send as we need a wall to protect our property from flooding, these stones are very expensive, way out of our budget!


Although we have never been financially comfortable while living here my mantra of ~
 "what I need will be there in the moment"
has proved true time and again!

Considering tomorrow, my love and my gratitude towards him for the many years he has looked after me and our family my thoughts turned to the concept of ~ Karma Yoga
which is nicely explained here at ~ 'Faerymother' and to quote from Starr this is the type of yoga that ~

"offers service unselfishly and with a pure motivation"

My love has looked after me in many ways, from building walls to baking bread when I was sick!!


I would like to share a poem I discovered over at  Tara Sophia Mohr

This poem epitomizes my feelings for the quality my love displays and the ones I aspire to!

I dedicate this post to David 'aka' 'my love'. ~ 

 The Quiet Power

Comments

Wow - He finds rocks, builds stone walls and BAKES BREAD! Now that's a keeper :) lol Happy Anniversary! Loved Tara's poem too... Moo Hugs :)
Charlotte said…
Hope you had a lovely day despite all that comes with your offspring. The poem is lovely...I would love to know if the moon sings to me, I'll try and quieten down and listen for it.

Love you both with all my heart.

C x
Introverted Art said…
that your anniversary brings more love, more joy, more friendship and peace for many years to come.
Stephanie said…
Happy Anniversary Sue...you are very lucky to have each other to navigate this life together.
x...x

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