Sunday

I don’t know about you but during this time in lockdown, I believe I am becoming a better person. It has happened organically and I hope it continues to do so. I realise who is important to me and that’s the people I get to see or have met in person. I had a relapse of confidence with regard to my own purpose. Am I doing the best I can for our pets and personal life etc … I felt Buddy in particular should have a garden and a better start than what we can offer with the urban project I am on. But Kelsie next door said to me, ‘just because we did not look after Buddy as well as you do, it does not mean we don’t love Buddy any less than you do.’

Pets are packs alongside our family and closest and none of us are perfect. And sometimes they are just okay to be around us even if we cannot offer our fluffy ones the best luxury.

We all mess up. I know I have enormously, particularly during my much younger years. But I am happy with who I am today. I am true to me and on the right path. It is helpful to have big doses of Vitamin D from the sunshine. Being outside even in a confined area does not make the sky any smaller or closer. We are all the same really. You just have to love what you have and be thankful. I am thankful and in love with life and our purpose. I see new opportunities with The Nester. Ways to help and not to just give but to get some kind of reward in terms of improving the mental health of others. Ways for balance and harmony.

I know when I wake up in the morning the people I love most love me too and that’s worth its weight in gold. Less is More.

Tiff. X

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