Nothing Foolish about April 1st

My son wanted to celebrate April 1st. He saw it as a chance to get out of school, and plan pranks against his brothers. I see it as a celebration of the hope that lies ahead.

Blessings of THIS April 1st

    • Spring peeked its head out a couple of weeks back, and although it shrunk back a little I know it is still there. I see the purple of the Redbud trees, the white of the Dogwoods and the multiple shades of green that fill the spaces in between.

    • The more I focus on my writing the more opportunities come my way. Each day that I have completed at least 1200 words before lunch, a new client has contacted me about writing. These blessings are just one more reminder that when I do what I know to do then I am in a position to be blessed.

    • Our finances are turning around. Things may not be to a point of “our cup runneth over” but they are to a place where an unexpected bill does not wreak havoc in the house.

    • We are closer now than ever before. Things are getting organized (including chores, school and work). Priorities are being followed. We are working as a team and it will take a team for us to reach our purpose.

    • I have been renewed. Between the green smoothie detox, the “Made to Crave” book, and the encouragement of other online writing friends, I have a new sense of direction and a determination that will get me to that place.

    • The calendar is EMPTY – okay, I have yet to write anything down for this month, but there is something about a clean slate that makes me feel good.

Today may be a day of pranks, but for me it is a day of peace. The blessings and opportunities have overwhelmed me and today is one more reminder that the best is yet to come.

How will you celebrate April 1st?

Kathryn Lang

#Hope builder. #Dream inspirer. Master of “it’s all about #relationships.” Aficionado of inappropriate laughter, Kathryn Lang believe we can all fly and works to help others find the time to make their dreams come true. She shares with people that are trying to walk the tightrope of family, work, and faith – and keep them all in the right balance. Contact Kathryn today to speak or teach at your next event.

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