After spending the last couple of days recovering from the asthma attack from hell “Just Breathe” takes on a whole new meaning. How we neglect to appreciate the ability to take a deep breath in!
So, today instead of rushing through your one guarenteed day, take a moment and be grateful for something. Think about how simple but lovely the ability to just breathe is.
It won’t take long, I promise.
Breathe. Let go. And remind yourself that this very moment is the only one you know you have for sure.
Thx for the reminder, Maureen. I’m thankful for the wonderful community of friends like you that I’ve made through the blogging community! Hope you’re feeling better!!! Lori
Thanks, much better today. So annoying being vulnerable.
This has been an amazing experience. Counting the days to 10/11.
Good advice – with or without asthma!
Thank you for showing us silver linings on those dark days. So glad you are better. Take care and many hugs. Sharon
I’m hoping today is better…The advice you suggest is perfect of course – some days that is all you have to do..just breathe. One moment at a time.. I hope you’re on the mend soon and in the interim are treating yourself to the pleasure of your breath – and maybe some warm liquids too? 🙂
Much better today Mimi. Thank you. Crazy thing and incredibly annoying. Thanks for the well wishes.
I think you are showing your flair for understatement! 🙂 Annoying?? More like maddening and frustrating and awful-feeling. Happy that you’re on the mend!!
Great reminder!!! Thank you for the permission to just breathe. I need to do more of that. 🙂
That’s a good reminder. I for one am guilty for always trying to achieve too much EVERY day. Today I’ll take it easy and breathe. 🙂
Glad to see thing are better. We all need some of your “just breathe” advice. Just took a big one in your honor. Just breathe….so simple and so true. Thanks Mo