Last weekend, I went to an event to write postcards encouraging voters to get out for the midterms and support Amy McGrath for Congress.
I strongly agree with her on the issues and am vehemently opposed to the re-election of the person she’s running against, but it is the fact that she isn’t running attack ads that tells me everything I need to know about her.
Getting together with other women in a warm beautiful space and writing postcards felt good, it felt like doing something. It was a small action, maybe, but it was an action.
It was a reminder that it’s better to do something small than to do nothing. Everything is energy and I’m making choices about my energy in every moment - what I am sending out, what I am feeding, what I am believing.
Imagine if we each did that all the time.
So, with a bit of renewed hope, it’s onward with the list of what I loved this week.
Speaking of introverts, this week was a lot like being in a cave for me:
In other news of last weekend, we had our annual neighborhood ghost walk with psychic medium Kathryn Kauffman. It was so fun, and educational. I love this event!
We celebrated National Pug Day this week:
Some people found this photo disturbing, but the boys were like, yeah, whatever.
I hope it’s beautiful where you are.
I hope the light is golden and your sleep is deep.
What did you love this week?