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Moana’s Grandma

Let me tell you, Moana’s Grandmother is my spirit animal…  🌊

As silly as it is, is it weird I want to live more like her? Lol. Just constantly being in touch with nature and just going with the flow…

My daughter woke up way early today and insisted we go outside to play by 6am (I love that she loves being outside, but we are still recovering from sickness so a little sleep would have been preferable). Begrudgingly, I put my flip flops on, made my coffee and brought her out. Then, I immediately looked up to the sky and saw a jaw dropping sunrise.

Suddenly, I thought, “I have to wake up and see the sunrise every day!”.

My daughter was dancing in the sunlight (for all of 15 minutes before she wanted to go back to sleep πŸ˜‚). It was such a great start to the day.

Sometimes, you just have to remember to look at the sunrise (or sunset if that’s more your thing) and it instantly grounds you. It makes you feel unstoppable yet so minute and unimportant at the same time. Not to mention, it sets an awesome tone for the rest of the day.

So if any of you are having a tough morning, day, week, or year, take a minute to look into nature. Be “the village crazy lady” and dance with the waves here and there.

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12 thoughts on “Moana’s Grandma”

  1. Great picture!

    I love to see as many sunrise/sunsets as possible. We have a ‘finite’ number in our lives – we can either choose to be ‘a part of’ or ignore our wonderful world entirely. It’s a great way to get centered and realize what a small part we are in the big picture…

    Thanks for stopping by and checking out my blog! πŸ™‚

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