Chocolate cupcakes are still not obeying my magnetic pulling mind commands. I am very grateful however that they have made regular appearances in the last week. My daughter loves making them.
OK. Got my raffle tickets. Got Bluey (the stuffed elephant). Got my view master. (Remember those days ahhhh)
Thankfully(on this occassion), social media via the facebook page provided a suggestion for balance. Not sure if this is what was meant but it was my interpretation of balance. 🙂 It is the fourth day and technically I have completed it by D-Day. Night falls and day comes.
Thursday 28th March. Easter Hat Parade at the primary school. Excitement brimming over and spilling into my early morning baking. Packing a scrumptious picnic lunch of kids favourites (witnessed by salivating onlookers of the highschool lot and their over complimenting father) as you do when you’re THEEEE most awesomest mum on the whole planet. Well, today anyway according to the younger batch.
Casually, I hand over the completed canvas like it was no big deal. But really. That was like my first ever canvas painting ever, in my whole life ever!!!….like ever! The recipient was very appreciative of the dramatic splash of colour these new pieces would make to his workspace. The creator of the other master piece is responsible for my induction into this whole other world.
Cutest easter hat parade to the hippest hoppiest sounds. Hilarious performances which almost (luckily not) had me joining in. I must apologise to the family of the little girl on the right of my little girl. All that concentration, I’m sure your little girl was not intentionally dancing in my little girls space. I hope you don’t think that she has been raised to be a pushy little know it all who physically guides your little girl back into her dancing space with extra words of encouragement to stay in her dancing space. (OMG! Red faced and hoping little girls family were all at work or otherwise preoccupied at that moment) Not enough red face for mum?? How about my little girl has been boogie-ing her imaginary fluffly bunny rabbit tale a little too hard that she, fully-hands-across-tummy from a stitch and does a bit of massage therapy during the performance. Burst out laughing indicating I’m her mother OR notice nothing and clap. Woo hoo! Blending my clapping in with the crowd.
Picnic time followed by raffle draws. Fingers and toes crossed sending the universe constant positive vibes of finally winning one of these school raffles. Fifty tickets should definitely help me out. Forgetting where I was, (actually it was disbelief) an attention seeking shriek of excitement radiated as my little girls name is called for draw number 7. Not enough excitement for mummy? How about the final draw? Draw number 31. Would you believe it? I wouldn’t of either but I was there myself so I can vouch for it happening. YIP. We won the last one too! It’s the fifth day and the laws of attraction are in play.
Here are my supernatural correlations and profound ponderings:
1 Bluey still waiting for me after errands and with me when tickets were bought.
2 Bluey’s trunk is raised which is a sign of good luck in some cultures where there are elephants of course.
3 Won two easter raffles.
4 Raffle number 7 was won by BLUE ticket number 31
5 Little girls birthday is 31st July (31/07 for clarification)
6 Lucky last draw was the 31st draw
7 Completed my first ever canvas painting
8 Sixteen (16) days smokefree and ahead of schedule (Good Friday was D-Day)
9 Hooked on painting now (been Googling like crazy)
10 Easter is celebrating NEW LIFE – The Resurrection
Night Falls and day comes.
GOOD FRIDAY 29th March. Easter egging since yesterdays raffle wins. My younger sister and one of the good toime (time) aunties arrived yesterday to replenish the egg supplies. You only feel ill for a little while. Another dose of family love with the brother in law surprising the kids and now my little girl has two besties she can float between. Imagine my bliss. Chilling. Hanging. Chocolate. Seventeen days smokefree. The sixth day. D-Day and being so blessed. Night falls and day comes.
Saturday 30th March. Up early to replenish egg supply. My little girl has been happily playing the trusty Easter Bunny. Such committment. The Easter Bunny joins us for our early mall trawl. Supplies and surprise. Well, my grateful surprise anyway. A NEW craft/bargains store has opened at the local mall. Guess what they had in there? Five millimeter (5mm) chocolate and turquoise curling ribbons. I know right? How freaking EXCITING! I have just moved your mountains with that right? So it should because they had heaps of these colours too. I could not believe what I was witnessing. I have been looking for these glorious colours for another project and just dreading overseas shipment if all else failed. Seriously, you do not realise how golden this moment was. Like, ‘THATS GOLD!”
Full circle moment revelation. This is the seventh day. Tomorrow will be the thirty first. It will be Easter Sunday. Celebrating New Life and The Ressurection. I have given life to something new in a canvas painting with a new found love for painting.
I am experiencing NEW in many areas of my life. All five of my children are in school. I am in a Community Mentoring Course. I am looking at amalgamating my passions around the middle of the year. My siblings and I are working on a new family home in Samoa even though my husband has already built it (on the computer). There is a major shift occurring in my life.
I’m so glad my husband and I did the weeding a couple of weekends ago. CLEARING the space for clarity to illuminate pathways.
This is the seventh day. So many YUMMY chocolates and gorgeous LUCKY blues. I am God.
And this. Well? This is bloody AWESOME!
What will you give NEW life to for 2013?