I’ve been so busy all day and have been keeping an eye on the flooding in Brisbane – hoping that water will subside sooooooooon for those people in Queensland…much aroha going out to all of those affected…
So, he aha te korero o te wa?
Well just a short post today and it is about gratitude and appreciating life. Sometimes we forget to be grateful for what we have and we forget that there are others less fortunate than ourselves who struggle for food and water every day. And its times like this and what is happening in Queensland, that we really appreciate those around us…
Koina. That’s all. Appreciation. And if you haven’t told someone in a while that you appreciate them, then go do it now. It will do them a world of good and you too.
Thank-you to everyone who is leaving comments as I post these rocks daily. It’s great to be supported and I know a lot of people are looking but not leaving comments and I am grateful for you all too! It’s actually really scary when you expose yourself and put yourself out there, but every day is another journey to face that fear and every day is an opportunity to share.
For those who have just joined my journey, have a look through this album and take a look at my notes to see what I am doing and why I am doing this. And would love to hear from you!
Day 12 over and out!
Hei apopo – until tomorrow,
PS – my rock colour today is delta grey, it’s my new white or black whatever way you wanna look at it. I love it on my rocks! And I didn’t think that our grass could look so cool in a photo, but it does in this one!
If you are interested in purchasing a personalised stone for you or someone you know click on this link to find out how. I also paint Koru Stones which are available for the all time price of $40 NZD + p&p to anywhere in the world. This is the permanent price that will never change. Please click on this link here to find out more or send me a message at the contact form above. Arohanui, Jo 🙂