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Disappointment can be detrimental to our health and well being if we allow it to be. It happens to all of us. We have to choose not to allow it to become so overwhelming that it disrupts our lives. For whatever reason we depend on other people for our own happiness, pats on the back, to feel accepted, validated, etc… Disappointment can be totally devastating if we have put so much expectation onto others and they don’t deliver.

We each have OUR OWN journey. The paths we choose are chosen because we feel that is what we needed to do at that time. Whether it is right, wrong or indifferent it is what we choose. You have and continue to journey down your own paths. We must allow others to do the same even if it means they take a different path than what we have chosen for them. The person/s we have invested so much time and energy on chooses a different path that we feel is not in their best interest. This is where Disappointment arises.Take the time to really think about it and ask yourself why have you put so much expectation onto this person/s. Why are you allowing this person/s to CONTROL your feelings?

Something that we need to remember is that every action has a consequence. Sometimes we have to get burnt to realize the fire is hot. As hard as it may be we have to let others journey down their own paths and allow them to accept the consequences of their own actions.

Don’t allow disappointment to take away the joy of living each day to it’s fullest. The choice is yours…


Now that fall has arrived it’s time to start thinking about the various festivities that will be here before we know it.

I love the crisp weather of fall. Living in TN the summers are often way too hot and with the HIGH humidity it can be absolutely miserable at times. I welcome the fall with open arms every year! I decorate the front porch with (fake) pumpkins and straw people and all the beautiful colors of autumn.

In previous years I would decorate for Halloween with spider webs, skeletons, scary pumpkins and more. Now that we don’t get any Trick or Treaters and the children are grown I just decorate for Fall.

I loved Halloween as a child. It was my favorite holiday! Trick or Treating was the greatest! Times were different then and we were allowed to go out with our friends without our parents. We knew the rules. Mom had to go through our candy before we could eat it and we also knew what houses we could go to. My sister and I loved doing the makeup and dressing for the night (I don’t recall ever having a store bought costume). A Big part of the excitement was seeing how scary you could make yourself look! It was a great time.

When my son was small I usually made his Halloween Costumes (my favorite was the Dragon – took me weeks)! He was sooooooo cute in it! He loved to go Trick or Treating! We would take him to the “Safe Neighborhoods” and he would have a blast for hours going house to house. When his little plastic pumpkin would become to heavy for him to carry we would go to the car and empty it into the pillowcase we had stashed there for that purpose. By the time we got back home that pillowcase would be so heavy!

I once worked at a Halloween Store for the season. It was awesome! We got to wear the costumes at work so we could choose daily what we wanted to be. It was fun dressing up and getting into the character while making a sale. I don’t think I have ever laughed so much at work. Should you get the chance definitely try to work at a Halloween store one season.


Amazing Autumn

Autumn is the most amazing time of the year! The changing colors of the leaves are absolutely one of the most beautiful things I have ever seen. Yellows, reds, oranges all combined on wonderful landscapes of vivid colors. You can totally lose yourself in the magnificent beauty of it all.

For those of you on “Pinterest” I have a wonderful board full of fall pictures called “Amazing Autumn”.

I grew up in the country so trees have always been very special to me. I spent many summers trying to climb every tree on our property. I remember getting stuck one time and yelling for my dad. He walked up to the tree and I told him I couldn’t get down and asked him to help me down. He looked up at me (and obviously saw that I could get down on my own) and said, “Sis, you get down the same way you got up there”. He then walked off and left me up there. I stayed up there for hours it seems (I really don’t remember how long I was up there). I finally mustered up the courage to get down on my own. My dad is a wise man…

Take time to enjoy the awesome scenery that is all around you right now. The beautiful colors will fade all too soon.

World Peace Crystal Grid

The Reiki News Magazine is a wonderful magazine for all interested in Reiki. In the Winter 2004 issue of the Reiki News Magazine there is an article that describes the World Peace Crystal Grid program, and the adventures William Rand experienced placing them at the North and South Pole and in Jerusalem. Awesome information! Click the link below for the PDF file.

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