“We can only be said to be alive in those moments when our hearts are conscious of our treasures.” ~Thornton Wilder
“You are the pot of gold at the end of my rainbow.” This darling expression is a favorite of mine, especially when making crafts with children around Saint Patrick’s Day. I feel that way about my readers too. Yes, you! I am deeply grateful for the friends I have made through this blog. There are so many good people in the world, and many of you wonderful people have found your way here. Your visits encourage me to do something I love: share things that I find inspiring. Every post is created with the hopes that it may brighten someone’s face with a smile, lift a weary heart, or help spark a person’s creativity.
Amidst the process of sharing these topics I myself am elevated. So thank you. My gratitude goes out to each and every one of you who travel with me on this fascinating blogging journey. Along with my reading of your own wonderful blogs, it is through your presence here, reading what I share and offering your Likes, that you add gold to my life.
My treasure for you at the end of this rainbow is actually a mirror, because I’d like you to look into it. You are the gold. You are a treasure. Thank you for being here, on this Saint Patrick’s Day, and every day. Namaste. Gina
© Gina ~Professions for Peace [Other than the Irish blessing, these images are not mine; sources could not be found. Please notify me of any source info.]