True Love ~ A Mother’s Day Poem – #MothersDay2019

To all mothers of children and and fur babies alike – Happy Mothers Day!
Enjoy Dorinda’s poem.

Night Owl Poetry - Dorinda Duclos

I wrote this in 2014 and have shared it the past couple of years. It has now become my traditional Mother’s Day Poem.  For all the beautiful women who bring joy and love to child’s heart, have a blessed and beautiful day!!  ❤

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A mother’s love is true

For it beautifully blossoms

Like a rose, softly unfolding,

Enveloping,

Opening the heart,

Nurturing the soul

©2014 Dorinda Duclos All Rights Reserved
Photo: Pixabay

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Temporary Has Many Faces

This week’s Daily Post photo challenge is Temporary. So much in life is temporary even though they may last for years.

The time our children spend with us may last about 18 years but looking back it feels so temporary 🙂

This is the growth record of my sons, written on a wood beam in our old house. We photographed it before we sold our house and moved south so I would be able to keep it with me forever.

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For a look at my other photo challenge entries:

Air Plant Collage

I Love Bridges

Dense Is Sometimes A Good Thing

Feng Shui for Children

Have children? Here are a few tips to create a happy, nurturing environment for them. Do you have tips to add? Please comment and share them.

Feng Shui that Makes Sense by Cathleen McCandless

This article was taken from my June 2016 newsletter. All material is copyright protected and may not be copied without written consent. To read the newsletter, please click here.

In addition to this article, more information on feng shui can be found in my #1 best-selling book, Feng Shui that Makes Sense.

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Ten Ways to Help You Create an Optimal Environment for Your Child

While most feng shui information pertains to adult living and working environments, children can also benefit by applying feng shui principles to their sleeping, studying, and playing areas. Below you’ll find great feng shui tips for making your child’s room a nurturing place of happiness and comfort.

1. Wall Color
Color choices are highly subjective, but one study shows that rooms that are painted bright yellow tend to increase tension. Babies cry louder, longer, and more often in bright lemon yellow rooms and adults tend to argue more often in…

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