Yesterday, when I was sharing my experience of life with kind and caring people, I noticed this card at S. Colman & Company in Milton, Massachusetts:
Life is a shared experience and I was very grateful to share it yesterday with Sandra Colman, the proprietor of the fabulous store where I found the perfect earrings for my wedding on Friday.
Beautiful Sandra and I shared experiences of Swampscott, the North Shore, the South Shore, courage, ideas, chances, what we love to do, showing up, problems, marriage, our wandering minds, and our hearts.
Life is a shared experience, and I was grateful to share it yesterday with Bruce and Meryl Manin of Grono & Christie Jewelers of Milton, who had helped me figure out a solution to my problem of a too-large wedding ring.
When you share life experiences with wonderful people, that’s where fairy tales begin.
Life is a shared experience and I love sharing my experiences with you.
Life is a shared experience and that’s my son Aaron and his soon-to-be-Stepdad Michael sharing experiences and pizza with me at Santarpio’s, a place where many people have shared experiences in Boston.
Life is a shared experience and I shall now share a short video I took yesterday:
When we share the experience of other cats, Michael likes to say, “That cat looks just like Oscar!” I’ll share my experience, here and now:
- Often those cats don’t share many similarities with our cat Oscar.
- That cat — on the “Bah Humbug” wrapping paper — looks just like Oscar!
Life is a shared experience, so please share your experience in a comment, below.
Gratitude is a shared experience here at The Year(s) of Living Non-Judgmentally, so many thanks to YOU.