Totally stuck here on Celebration.
I’m darn near the last person with anything to say because I’m darn near the last person to celebrate.
Special dinners, elaborate presents, going out – not my thing.
Christmas, anniversaries, birthdays, national holiday – just another day to make not much ado about anything.
I suppose a deal was made about Christmas and birthday once upon a time.
Freshly laundered towels ensured for the morning shower were bookended by freshly laundered sheets to crawl into at night.
A real splurge is going out for a birthday dinner.
Celebrating takes work. And energy.
At least the kind of celebrations that readily leap to mind.
The kind you see on TV or hear others get excited about.
What flows easily, however, is gratitude for Life.
Cats running full tilt across the house,
or chasing a catnip toy.
a bright pink sunset,
birds flying in evasive maneuvers,
or playing in the winds.
good food shared with good friends,
a great conversation by email,
a shared laugh with a grocery clerk.
Celebration is not an occasion, but a way of Life.
In the midst.
Without expectation or disappointment.
Seeing what is here now, and being
Living Bliss is a jump-in-with-both-feet look at where Life bumps into the everyday – whether at work, play or times in between. Bliss knows no separation in the end. From a deeper dive into the ordinary pops forward the extraordinary life we search for – and has been there waiting for us to be.
Blissed by cats, potatoes and clouds, Lorraine is a “left-brained creative big picture idea” type who never stops questioning or connecting the dots to make real what isn’t yet seen. She uses her knack for combining intuitive abilities and logic to help re-ignite what Lights you up inside and make real “there’s something more”. Lorraine’s deepest wish is for you to be full of yourself in everything you do – a life truly lived in bliss.