Enough dwelling on the past.
The life I have now is far from perfect, but I choose to see beauty in it.
I have a connection with each of my kids as young adults, and I think I am pretty tuned in to them and what is happening for them in their lives. We have deep and meaningful conversations, and they come to me when they need to sort things out. To me, that is far more valuable than anything I can offer them financially or materially. That is beautiful.
I love my job. I feel fulfilled and I feel like I am living my purpose on this earth every day. I am so grateful to have the opportunity to do the work that I do. That is beautiful.
I have a supportive family who loves me. I know we are not always on the same page about some things, and although that is hard for me, there is so much love and support. That is beautiful.
I have amazing friends who have stood by me and who challenge me to learn new things all the time. They bring laughter, joy, fun, and love into my life. That is beautiful.
I have a man in my life who is trustworthy, affectionate, attentive, and loving. He has taught me many things, and helped me to open up my wounded heart again. No matter what the future holds, that is a beautiful.
I live in a place that has beauty so near, and the opportunities to appreciate that beauty often. Nature and sunshine nurture my soul. That is a beautiful.
I have a roof over my head, a car to drive, and food in my fridge. That is a beautiful.
Today, I focus on the beauty.
I am grateful.