Week 13: The Gifts

It’s Christmas night; snow continues to fall outside and the Christmas lights on the house are gleaming. One of my favorite things to do in the winter time during a storm and after the kids are in bed is to sit on my big leather sofa and look out my living room window and watch the snow fall. You can literally feel and hear the stillness in the room.

Silent Night, Holy Night.

My heart is so full!

I am so blessed.


Two very distinct things happened on this specific Christmas day. Miss “H” didn’t wake up till 8:30!!! I was able to read and recite my cards, not sure if it was just the nature of the morning but I got very emotional. When I woke up I already felt as if my heart was going to burst out of my chest. So many blessings and so many things to look forward too. I thought of my Savior and I thought of one of my favorite pictures entitled “The Spirit of the Season” by Greg Olsen. Just looking at it describes my feelings about Christmas, my Savior and the magic of giving this time of year.

All snug by the fire this morning we read the story of Christ’s birth in Luke 2. So much abundance with my husband, kids and my parents and family all with me. The law of love or law of attraction is real. I could literally feel this pulsating warmth and love grow in my heart. The morning festivities continued and it was beautiful.

The first gift, “Joy to the world, the Lord is come. Let earth receive her king!” My Savior is real and He is real in my life!

The second gift came very unexpected. Santa made a stop to our house but next to the fireplace was a suspicious looking gift. Not wrapped but covered in an old sheet with a big red bow on top (this color brings deep meaning to my life now). It was from Tyson. I knew the moment I saw the sheet what it was….he didn’t! I had asked for more needs this year, running socks, new black boots and a new hair diffuser, this had NOT been on the list. Soon after beaming over watching my girls open presents from Santa, it was my turn. Not sure who was more excited; Tyson to see me open the gift or me to confirm my suspicion. I lifted off the big red bow and underneath it was a beautiful turquoise beach cruiser bike with cream wheels and brown rims. A large brown and cream checkerboard vinyl seat with a basket and of course a drink holder! It was gorgeous. I have always dreamt of having one but it was never a need or necessity. In the past three months the beach cruiser has become a symbol of a goal. A goal to ride a beach cruiser down a winding tropical road in the Cook Islands in flip flops, sun glasses and the tropical sun hitting my face with Tyson by my side, of course on his own bike!

This was the gift.

But the real gift was what Tyson created for me.

The Cook Islands or Bust!

The Cook Islands or Bust!

In my Master Mind Alliance family we have been bringing in all of the senses to create even greater belief for the mind to grasp on to. As we touch, feel, taste, smell and see things that represent our goals our subconscious mind accepts it, affected from every angle possible. As the natural law of the subconscious states, once the subconscious accepts an idea to be true, it becomes a demand and it works constantly to manifest the demand or idea.

The last gift, my MKMMA experience. It has changed my life and will continue to do so! This isn’t a course, it is my new way of life.

Merry Christmas.
Mele Kalikimaka.

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