Tuesday, February 11, 2014

What Grounds You?

These last few months have been crazy busy for me and even though the weather has been crappy out, I still would have been stuck inside getting things caught up. I am really looking forward to spring and getting out of the house more, but what I am looking forward to the most is spending more time with my grandkids. I miss them terribly.

I know I have priorities, we all do, but I love the way my grandkids always make me feel like I'm number one and important to them. Sometimes they are my saving grace. 

Their smiles light up my life and I cherish their love and acceptance. Nothing is better than curling up with one of them in my arms and the other lying on my lap watching some silly cartoon or kids movie. 

Kids are the greatest at taking you away from the stresses in life. I know they can be a pain once in a while, too, but they are still taking you out of the mundane of your own issues. 

I am so proud of them and their accomplishments in so many things. Maddy, with piano and basketball. Plus she is a gifted student. Carson, with basketball and his love of babies. He will be a great father some day. His love is overwhelming and pure. 

They are so precious and each carry a piece of my soul with them. They are my heart and I hope to spend some time with them soon. I need my grandkid fix!

I realize in our busy and stressful lives we can forget what's important, but sometimes being away from those who are the loves of your life brings you back to what really is your number one priority, family.

Anyway, I am making plans to have them over soon and my husband and I are hoping to take them camping a few times this year, too. I can't wait!

What grounds you and brings you back to your purpose? 

I hope everyone has a great week and this time next week I have a new guest on here. Her name is Sharon Ledwith and she writes a middle grade fantasy series. Stay tuned, I think you will enjoy checking out her article and her books!

Until Friday, I hope the weather changes for the better in your neck of the woods! 

Stay warm, Lisa

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