Today I celebrate my 50th birthday. The years flew by as I joined and retired from the military, graduated from college 3 times, watched 3 children grow and started enjoying 3 grandchildren. I have experienced failure, embarrassment, pain, anger, joy, loss, vulnerability, abuse, fear, love, and success.
I love and appreciate my family, Mary, Christel, Jessica and Tina. I am grateful and love my friends Paula, Kim, Anna, Riemka, Yomara, and Patricia for always being there to cheer me on and lift me up.
I am thankful for my teachers and mentors (Robin Rice, http://bewhoyouare.com, Joanna Baltzo, http://joannabaltzo.com, Raquel Spencer, http://www.raquelspencer.com/, Doreen Virtue, http://www.angeltherapy.com, Sonia Choquette, http://www.soniachoquette.com, Denise Linn, http://www.deniselinn.com, and Jane Halliwell-Green, http://artspeakstosoul.com) for helping me to understand and use my unique talents and gifts to heal and serve humanity on multiple levels.
What will I do the next 50 years bring?
Accept my perfect imperfections
Give unconditional love for myself and others
Be more mindful and smile
Be grateful and show appreciation for everything and everyone
Be more understanding and compassion
Increase the light and joy in heart
Enjoy laughter and hugs
Less fear and more adventure
Conscious thoughts and actions
Less doubt and more trust in my inner knowing
Increased awareness of beauty in myself, others, and in the world
Increased exploration of unseen and unfamiliar ideas and concepts
Releasing limiting beliefs
Letting go of that which no longer serves me
Challenge my assumptions
Redefine my life and smile
Explore my unlimited potential
Learning experiences from all my teachers
Mentor, coach, and teach whenever possible
Open up to new experiences
Travel to the unknown
New soul-to-soul connections
Forgiveness and forgive again
Expand of my knowledge, unique talents and skills
Show my authentic self and smile
Speak my truth and smile
Expand the “Wholistic Leadership” blueprint
Play more and work less
Prosper and enjoy abundance
I hope to continue celebrate my children’s successes and lift them up when they fall, for they are wonderful adults who are making the world a better place.
I am thankful each day for the support of my husband Barry who supports my crazy ideas, showers me with love and affection, cooks wonderful meals, and shares my adventures.
I will continue to see the beauty in all souls and smile.