More on Grace

Further review of how grace showed up in 2013 revealed this:

Grace is my friendship and sisterhood with my dearest friend, Jeri.

Grace is the red rocks of Sedona.

Grace is my endurance; physical and emotional.

Grace is living with faith, not fear.

Grace is noticing the weeds flowers along the newly discovered trail.

Grace is speaking with confidence.

Grace is developing boundaries.

Grace is trusting others.

Grace is acceptance.

Grace is being humble and receiving.

Grace is unfolding.

Grace is in the loss.

Grace is the privilege of witnessing my kids unfold into love and compassion.

Grace is the presence of others.

Grace is the knowing.

Grace is bowing down in reverence for what is.

Grace is love.

Grace is wholehearted living.

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