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A blog by Louise Gallagher

The Best Intentions…

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A night of sleep that didn’t really happen, though it must have because at some point, I rolled over and turned off my alarm and don’t remember doing it!

I do remember the frustration of rolling over, one side to the next, seeking the elusiveness of sleep. Asking for it to arrive only to be distressed by its absence.

I do remember meditating in an effort to calm my mind — which didn’t feel very worked up so it wasn’t over-thinking keeping me awake.

I do remember reading in the hopes my eyelids would grow heavy with each word consumed.

I do remember watching How To videos on mixed media collage and other arty affairs.

And I do remember playing Spider Solitaire.

And while I know I did get some sleep, it wasn’t as restful as I had intended or wanted. Which means, this blog is short and sweet because I have to get running. The day is calling.

So, instead of words, I leave you with one of my favourite short films. I have shared it before but it is always worth revising. If you haven’t seen it, please gift yourself 20 minutes to watch it. If you have seen it before, a gift of 20 minutes is also a good thing!

Blessings on your day. May each moment expand in wonder and awe. May your heart be light, your spirit bright, may joy embrace you.

 

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Author: Louise Gallagher

I believe we each have the capacity to be the change we want to see in the world, to make a world of difference. I believe we are creative beings on the journey of our lifetimes. It's up to each of us to Live It Up and SHINE!

10 thoughts on “The Best Intentions…

  1. What, my dear, has kept you up all night? Are you worried about something?

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  2. Oh, I’ve had a few of these nights. Age? Stress? TV that leaves me unsettled? Unsure. Does make you crazy the next day. I hope you get rest! Will watch the film when I have time.

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  3. I hope you have a better sleep tonight. go to bed early! πŸ™‚

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  4. Wishing you a comfortable and restful sleep this evening, after what has hopefully been a fulfilling and satisfying day. I definitely know my share of insomnia, and am always so happy and grateful for a good night’s sleep. May we both enjoy that tonight! πŸ™‚ Gina

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  5. Sleep is something I have no problem with even when I am worried which isn’t often I can still sleep. Hope you gets a good night sleep soon

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