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Tekkin it Easy

"There is no need for temples,
No need for complicated philosophies.
My brain and my heart are my temples;
My philosophy is kindness."

The Dalai Lama

I haven't been feeling well the past few days, sucks being in bed "taking it easy." Between Mummy, Daddy and John they won't let me do much.  Bleh.  I feel great, in my mind, but they are right.  And I am so thankful to have parents that care about me so much and have always been so loving, supportive and accepting.  In my adult years I have seen great contrast that has directly shown me how truly amazing they are. I love my parents!!! And all my other sweet friends and family, and ex-family, I am so grateful to have such wonderful people in my life in the ups and downs of it all.    And of course, John, who waits on me hand and foot, I am enjoying being spoilt!  He tries to do it all the time but being the "independent woman" I am I don't allow him to too much. 

Missing my little pumpkins while they are with Jesse for the weekend, but at least it gives me time to rest and be back up and running, literally running, when they get back.

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