How are you today? I’m doing pretty good. It’s a wet Memorial Day. They say it’s going to be like this all day. I guess it’s a fitting thing that it be raining on this somber holiday. In the past couple of years, my husband and honored this holiday by going to our local cemetery. Instead of doing that this year, I will be going to spend some time with my husband, his family and of course Spotty. Last night before bed I was imagining saying hello to her and being so excited!
Memorial Day” in the English Ordinal system equals 116
“a remembrance” in the English Ordinal system equals 98
“together” in the English Ordinal system equals 98
Remembering, like I mentioned in my post yesterday, is a mixed thing. It can be a helpful skill and as my husband used to day about his having a great memory, it can be a curse. I am struggling with the curse part right now. When I remember things it is such a visceral experience that it hurts. In our current times I’m sure I’m not alone. On this day I can guess there are many who wish they didn’t have to remember what today is about! My heart goes out to anyone reading this that can relate to that.
Goals for today:
Today I will rest in gratitude that I am here and yet able to remember. Today I will give thanks for what and who I have in my life. Today I will have hope that today and the tomorrows yet to come will be filled with great new memories.
Hello and happy Saturday to you. I hope this finds you well. The message that came to me is one I’ve talked about before but in these times it’s ever so relevant – two words – THANK YOU!
These two words span the entirety of my existence from the folks who helped me get through my treatment, my fellow patients, my family, my friends and especially my neighbors. Yesterday I found out it was my next door neighbors and another neighbor friend that helped keep our front yard from becoming overgrown. Those two words also apply to all the folks working in the local businesses/franchises in town like our grocery store Brookshire’s and Papa John’s for example. Yesterday the man I hired to take care of our lawn, Mr. Manza – how easy he made a mess of a yard look great again.
So much gratitude! A hear no one has a small part.t space to live in for sure! In my life,
Looking at these two words in Gematria. As always, just what my wanderings have found for myself but something here may resonate with you too:
“Thank You” in the English Ordinal system equals 115 – a face, replenished, intelligence, symbiotic, positive
“one one five” in the English Ordinal system equals 110 – emotions, purpose, loyalty, perfect being
“one one zero” in the English Ordinal system equals 132 – a life, noble motive, higher power, expectation
“one three two” in the English Ordinal system equals 148 – a tree, human emotion, care of the soul
one four eight” in the English Ordinal system equals 143 – a choice, contentment, resourceful, philosophy
one four three” in the English Ordinal system equals 150 – a Joy, understanding, communication, divine planning, positive image
one five zero” in the English Ordinal system equals 140 – a food, interesting, celestial bodies, rays of light
one four zero” in the English Ordinal system equals 158 – a feeling, quality of life, simpler times, spirit alchemy
one five eight” in the English Ordinal system equals 125 – a all, courageous, spiritual, lead by example
“one two five” in the English Ordinal system equals 134 – a one, information, combinations, responsible, intellectual