Can’t resist the cuteness of llamas. Here are the most adorable pieces we could bring to you today! Have fun today … start by pretending to have fun and you just may have a great day!
Respect the earth.
Cooperative ecology — cooperating with nature. These sweatshirts have text we think sustainable. They are designed to remind us to be mindful of the gift of earth.
When purchasing these shirts, new ideas may come to you. The text can be changed with our handy personalize template (Look for “personalize” and see how easy it is). Collaboration is how we grow. Chat with us or send us messages on our storefronts #Zazzle to let us know ways you experience and cooperate with life on earth. Our main store is AbuNana.
Click on the Collection pictures above or any of the photos below. Today we were able to bring about 30 plus designs and descriptions. We would like to hear from you how you think about sustaining our beautiful earth.
It is never too early for grandchildren, children — well, all of us to think about cooperating with the earth as we live our day. The earth will show us marvelous things if we allow it. … meaning, if we are receptive. We hope this style helps our focus on believing, hoping and loving.
Need something soft? Something to hug and hold on to? Here are some new designs sure to raise your spirits. #Zazzle.com
Every day you are presented with amazing, enjoyable opportunities. You can choose what you want to enjoy and what you want to pass up. Just like a smorgasbord!
Good things are always coming. Sometimes the good things are so quiet you miss them completely. Sometimes they are so loud, you can ignore them.
Last week I went into our side private garden. I was amused by a robin who was under a bush yet looking directly at me, squawking. I looked down at my garden and tried to let the bird have its space. I decided I better go back in the house. But as I looked back at the bird, I saw 3 deer just beyond the fence on the hill. They too were looking at me but didn’t run away. It was pretty magical for me.
The next day I went out to the yard and a robin flew off from the corner of the porch. I was curious what the bird was doing in the corner of the ledge of the porch.
It was a nest. I quickly went back in the house. The robin went back to the nest and settled in. This was pretty special to me!
I realized there were eggs and I realized not only was their a female robin, there was a doting male robin. It is clear to me good things are coming!
It got me to thinking how lucky I am to have numerous experiences to choose from. I believe this is true for everyone. And now that we know what we don’t want: coronavirus, we can choose what we do want. I’ll have a conversation more about this in upcoming days.
For now I’m going to play with the opportunities I am given today, as I physically distant myself (since March 11th) ! Best to you wherever you are.
Can you see our new friend, Rocking Red Robin?