It seems like we’re all juggling a million plates and it’s practically impossible to keep them all spinning. Here’s a little reminder about what to do about the dust and cobwebs and busyness that piles up as we live our lives.
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Eliz Greene says
What a great message! It is wonderful to see a dad so invested in his daughter (and oh, what an adorable daughter she is!) Thanks for giving all of us parents (moms and dads alike) the reminder – and permission- to keep things in perspective!
Thanks Eliz! What I can’t figure out is how Dads could NOT be so invested in their kids…
John Charles Steinmuller says
OMG Jason… you didn’t just say that I can NOT keep my yard perfect… what would I look with such loving affection but 30 years of creation… planning , sweating, digging and planting of my paradise…. (but now I spend all my time cutting it all back because I planted too much to begin with)…. I would be so depressed..just ask Doug…
Are you sure you don’t live next door to me?
As soon as I saw the title of the video, that poem popped into my head! My mom cross-stitched it, too. It was in a frame above the stairs. She probably still has it somewhere, but babies don’t keep, and we (all of her kids) are grown-up now. :(
Although I’m still not really an adult, of course!
Glad to hear that you haven’t bought into the whole “adulthood” thing either, Phyllis.
Jamie Tikkanen says
I was so focused on listening to your daughter’s talking that I had to play the video twice to listen to what you said! I think she stole the show and is in training to take over your job!
Yes, she has me playing second fiddle quite a bit. Thanks for taking the time to listen twice; that was awfully kind of you!
Laura Hegfield says
Beautiful message and filled with truth. What a gorgeous baby…hope you all had a sweet and peaceful night of rest. I love your website! Discovered it through Lance’s…I am a creativity coach, I think all of what you and Kim share is valuable to my clients…not to mention humanity in general! I’m going to add you as a link to my blog: http://orli-shines.blogspot.com/
aka: shine the divine: creativity as a spiritual practice.
Rock on. I’m glad you found us, Laura. Lance appears to be a pretty good connector of likeminded souls! And thanks for the link love. I really like that concept: Shine the Divine. Very cool.