Dear Sacred Heart,
I wanted to share a little short story about last night. As you know it was New Year’s Eve. My partner and I are in Ecuador right now, and I must say the fireworks here are pretty darn spectacular! I mean, I’m not sure quite how to tell you? Regarding this time of year, they put on a lovely display all week. And on NYE they pretty much go all day long. Even in the afternoon there are noisemakers. The fireworks are also sprinkled throughout the evening, escalating into more and more until about 11pm where it pretty much goes nuts for 2-hours. Of course the GRAND FINAL is about 11:45pm to 12:15 Midnight. There are several short clips of the evening, and it’s a lot of fun!!
Being from Canada I love fireworks, and so much valued the wonderful shows they would put on for us there. But this one is SERIOUSLY DIFFERENTLY SPECTACULAR!!!! So my Husband suggested about 10pm that he’d like to film me spontaneously showcasing this amazing experience. I’m not sure what it is, but it truly brings out the ‘playful’ little girl in me. I was just smiling, laughing, dancing and cheering!
Come play with me, and check out this next video... which is my first Vlog Post on YouTube.... just click on the above image to get there. It’s more of a candid personal improv experience of this wonderful light show, and what it means to me. I’d like to share this with you as an inspiring metaphor, “out with the old…in with the new”… as we weed the garden and plant new seeds entering a fresh start with our New Year!
Please join me in this grand celebration of our ‘Earth Family’… having this one thing in common, sharing in a sweet beginning with amazing potential to truly enjoy life… starting NOW <3
Love & blessings,
P.S. I hope to take a couple of weeks off… or so. So this is my last newsletter for this 'Holiday Series'.
I hope you too... have a good break before getting back to your normal routine. Enjoy some ‘me time’ ,
if you possible :-)
“Dwell on the beauty of life. Watch the stars, and see yourself
running with them.” ~ Marcus Aurelius