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December 3, 2010

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MEMO!

December 2, 2010

A Memo from this pretty lady:

Concerned that you can’t find the old Then Heather Said, page?

Well – HAVE NO FEAR!  It’s just taking a bit of a nap, and will be back awake and ready to play sometime tonight!

Until then….
Let’s do a fun reader survey, eh?

Leave a comment answering the following questions:

1. Who is your favorite U.S. President in history?
2. What is one healthy decision you’ve made today?
3. Where did your first kiss take place?
4. When was the last time you performed a RANDOM act of KINDNESS? (and can you act on another one today? Commit to it!)
5. Why do you read Then Heather Said?

Also – take a moment to update your google reader with the new feed so that you don’t miss out on updates from here on out!  Do update, just add the following address to your google reader subscriptions:

http://www.thenheathersaid.com/?feed=rss2

Thanks so much for your patience and understanding, my friends!

xo
Heather

Being Present

December 1, 2010

This morning while  journaling, I started to think about the goals I will set for 2011.  As I scribbled down a rough draft list of things to accomplish next year, I realized that I was bypassing December.  I had leaped right over the 12th month, looking into the future.

Reflecting, I made a decision to be present this month.  To focus on what I am doing, to think about now, and not only then.  I want to be aware of each day, so that the time doesn’t pass me by and I find myself saying “It’s January 1, already!?!?” as  I seem to hear myself say at the beginning of each month.  I think being present is going to be filled with joy and celebration – and that’s alright with me!

This December is different than any December before.  This is the first December I will not be going home to Mom and Dad’s house for Christmas vacation.  This December is Christmas shopping free.  This December I will not leave cookies for Santa or carrots for the reindeer.  This December old traditions will be missed. This December is full of new adventures, just waiting to happen. This December I will be present; I will be aware.

P.S. Happy start of Hanukkah.