Savoring Celebrations

What can you celebrate? Share your celebrations with the world at Ruth Ayres Writes.

What can you celebrate? Share your celebrations with the world at Ruth Ayres Writes.

Reflect on the week and celebrate moments to savor. By writing them down, they linger a moment longer in your heart.

Thinking back across my week:

  • I can appreciate the mild temperatures at this point of January. Last year the weather was brutal. One storm after another kept us housebound. While there is still a small mound of snow hugging the curb, it is quickly disappearing. By tonight, it will be a memory. I know the pleasant temperatures will be replaced by cold in a few days, I choose to celebrate the sunshine and fresh air.
  • This week I spent a day with the K-2 teachers and another day with 3-5 teachers. I celebrate the engagement of the teachers and their quest to make their teaching minutes effective.
  • How could you not celebrate bringing a bit of spring into the house?
My husband brings spring home after a visit to Sam's.

My husband brings spring home after a visit to Sam’s.

Find those bits of life to celebrate. Life is a celebration!

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8 thoughts on “Savoring Celebrations

  1. Terje says:

    Tulips mean spring, or at least a promise of spring. February is still winter, snow or rain, but then it gets lighter and lighter and in March spring will arrive.

  2. Our warm, warm days are ending tonight too, Elsie. Snow is on its way, not sure about for you, though. There are tulips and daffodils in the stores but I brought home sunflowers this time. Time for a reminder that that thing called spring is coming. Glad you had some fun with those teachers!

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