Every week, I come online and publicly make wishes for myself and others because I believe that the Universe is abundant. This week before I get to those wishes I feel an overwhelming need to remind everyone to be grateful for what you have in the now. We take so many things for granted and the truth is that none of it is guaranteed. Please, pause every single day to give thanks for your blessings. Be aware of how much you have to be thankful for.
Here’s what I’m wishing for this week…
Wishes for myself:
- Chane and Diane are officially Mr. & Mrs. I wish them a lifetime of happiness together. Thank you also for all the blessings you have sent their way as of late. It makes us (me and hubby) happy to see them happy.
- This world has got me worried. Submarines and missiles and crazy men in positions of power. Help us see our way to a better world where humaneness, reason and compassion prevail.
- I continue to wish for Coach Anthony’s recovery and for his family’s well-being.
- My mother’s here for another 6 days. So far so good. Thank you for that and keep it coming, porfa.
- I got a parking ticket that I shouldn’t have gotten. No, for reals! Hubby parked my car in front of the house and AFTER we had parked a no parking sign was put up. WTF is that about? Not cool. I will fight it and I have plenty of folks willing to corroborate, but this kind of ish messes with my anxiety. Help me get it all resolved without unneeded anxiety, please.
Wishes for others:
- Emily M. is setting up shop. Send many, many eyeballs eager to purchase some lovely clothing on her site.
- Todd would like you to pull the plug on this caTRUMPstrophe.
- Traci is whispering directly into your ear. She has a loved one who needs your attention health-wise.
- Emily’s youngest is having her tonsils removed today. Please help her recover quickly. That child and her mother (well, the whole family, actually) are rock stars and deserve all the best ALWAYS.
- Teri wants respect and peace within her family. Seems simple, but sometimes the simplest things are the hardest to achieve.
- Donna doesn’t like to be banal, but right now she would like money. She is grateful for the abundance in her life, but needs more money. I would like to tell Donna that needed and wanting more money is NOT banal. Having an abundance of it or at the very least enough of it, would free us all up to be our best selves. We all deserve to be our best selves because our best selves contribute to the world in a better way. Ain’t nothin’ banal about that.
- Wanda’s wish is simple: HEALTH.
- Connie would like for my wishes to become real. Freakin’, Connie. You just made me get all teary-eyed. Thank you.
- Taca has two wishes. The first is for Coach Anthony and his family: may he recover his health and please send peace of mind to his wife and child. Her second wish is for her husband; he’s interested in a new horizon. Send him courage, opportunity and everything that he needs to get to where he wants to be.
- Thank you for the job prospect you sent Jessa’s husband. Please help it develop into an actual possibility that he would be enthused to be a part of.
- Elda would like health and well-being for her family and herself.
That’s it for me this week. What are you wishing for?