I am starting this post friday night. I know my post will say tomorrow and I haven’t tried to fix it, because I click here or there and things disappear!
Well, this week was a bit of a challenge for me. Seems time flew, and I didn’t do as well as I should have. Definately see the importance of getting the reading and all done and the silent sits too. But a couple of my services I didn’t complete, and having said I keep my promises, and not completing yet, well, I am disappointed in myself, but I still have promised myself to do them, just didn’t get it done by date. Now I understand how that line in master key said to start out with simple things. lol!
Also, I must always ‘do it now’ that works out best. ” I can be what I will to be” is best also.
Thanksgiving was fun, but we were away all day, and I didn’t keep up like I should have when I got home. Was just tired and didn’t do my blog or twitter assignment. We got home late and I was encouraged to take a break. I did, and I wish I hadn’t. I mean when I got home that night, I didn’t follow through and stay caught up. But I was tired and work before Thanksgiving had been super busy and boy, picking up all those frozen turkeys and standing all day is starting to catch up with this ol gal. lol! Time with family was great since I usually work that day. But with the food and all, by the time we got home, I was plain tuckered out.
I didn’t sleep that great because I knew I didn’t do my best and my subby was just saying see, you’re starting to fall behind. But the funny thing was I was also sort of being observant and listening to all this and seeing choices I had made and decided,… Well, I really need and enjoy doing these assignments. Just Do Them as soon as possible. Take advantage of any opportunity and window of time to do these things. And if there are other things that need to be done, do them, but know , I just have to get all that needs to be done, done, and to keep the main thing the main thing!
Well, going back to lessons learned from my dear parents. They grew up during the depression and were part of the Great Generation. I remember how poor everyone was but they accomplished so much with so little. And remembered all they had gone through during WWII and how everyone ptiched in and worked hard on the home front and fought in the war in the Pacific and European theaters. Long separations and doing jobs that were new to everyone.
Later growing up, I remember when family and friends were visiting back then, there was always laughter and smiles. I really admired and loved my parents and uncles and aunts. I remember terms like “Put your nose to the grindstone.” And I recall how they did what had to be done, fixed what needed fixing and had great work ethic. There is a an old saying, ” you come from good stock.” So even if you didn’t have much as far as money, you came from good stock and that said a lot! 🙂
So I must remember, I come from good stock! I can be what I will to be! Chin Up and forward bound!
I must say, I really liked visualizing the growing flower and of course each weeks Master Keys is always enlightening, and all of the new updates and regular readings are great. I do think when we change to scroll 3, it may be wise to read scroll 2 at least once a week. Oh, my, I better stop rambling on here.
Going to hit the hay and remember the early bird catches the worm! I will greet the new day with love in my heart and remember a little ditty from long ago, my mom’s sing song voice, her pulling back the curtains and singing ‘ good morning to you, good morning to you, whatever the weather , we’ll all stick together, good morning to you! Good morning to you! ” It was probably sung only a couple times, but I remember clear as day, my mom’s laughing eyes and the fun way she woke me up that day, with the sun streaming in the window.
Well, it is saturday now! I reminisced a bit. But hey, what great memories were aroused!
I gotta stick to my goal of completing this MKMMA and become the best I can be.