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JAMIE’S BLOG – YEAR 9 – DAY 236 :: good reflections

24 Aug

{trust}  

If there one lesson that trust has taught me this year is it goodness. You have to believe that all is good in order to trust. 

So reflect on all that is good because there is so much good.

Trust me!
More tomorrow.
Jamie

{trust}
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JAMIE’S BLOG – YEAR 9 – DAY 155 :: trust in the process

4 Jun

{trust}  

Here I am back in Boston. Just yesterday I was sitting with my feet in the sand and listening to the ocean waves lap up against the shore. How quickly life can change.

So now, I must rest, and relax, and reflect. It is after these moments in life when things change so fast that we must slow down. And trust the process. 

Those are the steps that allow the flower to bloom. Rest through the winter, unfold into the summer. Trust me. 

More tomorrow.
Jamie

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Jamie’s BLOG – DAY 144 :: forgetting is easy

24 May

It’s funny how easy it is to forget.

For instance, today, I tried on my bras, my swimming suit tops and summer tank tops. All to measure if my breasts have grown with the saline fill last week (all part of the reconstructive surgery).

You would think one could remember what size her breasts were a mere month ago. You would think something that you waited for years to pop up and out of your prepubescent shirt would become implanted in your brain.

It hasn’t.
I can’t remember what “they” looked like or even felt like. Right now, “they” look smaller and bigger all at the same time.

It’s because they are different. Different shaped, differently angled, and a different filler on the inside too.

It’s funny how easy  it is to forget something you’ve worn around most of your life.  And tonight, it makes me realize how easy it is to forget most of the things that we yearn for, long for, work for …after they end.

I suppose that’s what Memorial Day Weekend is for.

To remember the things we should never forget, when we have moved on, life has changed, or something different has taken its place.

Here’s to all of those who have served.

Even when it’s hard to remember it’s important not to forget.

More tomorrow.
Lovemore,
Jamie

{to those who have served}
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