Are you living your life in vivid color or do some days feel like different shades of brown?
Lucky for us, my friend Nancy, who is a gifted and talented writer, offers insights and musings about living a vivid life on her blog, Vivid Living (http://nancysharp.net/vividliving/). After I read it, I often realize something that adds color to my world.
Her attitude and her writings are beautiful and stirring because her philosophy is “what happens to us in life matters, but in my view, how we choose to live matters more.”
Six years ago, Nancy’s husband, Brett, died in her arms at Calvary Hospice in Bronx, New York – he had a brain tumor that finally felled him nearly seven years after he was diagnosed in 1998. At the time, I think her twins were around two years old.
A few months later, with courage and twins in tow, she moved to Denver. When I met her, it was as if I had known her before. One falls into easy conversation with Nancy. I’m not sure if it is her warm smile and the way she looks you in the eyes when you’re talking or the life experience she brings to bear on a casual chat by the pool. One thing is certain; she has come to teach us how to live mindFULLY.
Now she has created a new life in Colorado and is re- married to a darling man she met by reaching out her hand and holding up her heart. How they met is a great story, in and of itself, and you can find it on her blog: http://nancysharp.net/vividliving/. Her story is like a rose. It has bloomed, thorns and all. And the color is so vivid.
I know you are busy. However, I encourage you to carve out a ½ hour and treat your heart to reading a few of Nancy’s entries. Money-back guarantee – you’ll be the better for it.
What are some ways that help you live MindFULLY and vividly? Let us know!