Third Times the Charm May
Say each thought lovingly to yourself and watch magical things begin to happen:
1. I am an inspiring role model for my children.
2. I am fulfilling the greatest calling in the universe.
3. I mother from my calm inner center.
Expand your awareness with wonderful words:
stel·lar, \stel-er\, adjective:
1. of or pertaining to the stars; consisting of stars.
2. like a star, as in brilliance, shape, etc.
3. outstanding or immense
I am pretty certain that most of you are familiar with the word stellar but I wanted to remind you of its significance if you haven’t been giving it too much air time. I was recently serving on the Dream Team committee hosted by SH & SJ Hospitals and Michele Paquette used this word in a sentence, and I thought to myself, “Hey, that’s a GREAT word! I should use it more.” Stellar doesn’t mean just good or great. Stellar is a standard we should all aspire to – excellent, outstanding. When it comes to parenting I know many STELLAR mothers out there. They aren’t just doing a good job or even a great job, they are going waaay above and beyond the call of duty and giving a truly stellar performance. Today I honor all Mother’s everywhere and invite you to tell your own mother what a stellar job she did! And if you never got a chance to tell your Mother how much she meant to you try writing her a letter and mailing it to your best friend or burning it in a fire ceremony in her honor. She would like that, trust me I know.
And remember, if you hear, see or feel it three times it means the universe is speaking to you.