Saturday, May 9, 2015

Serenity Now, Serenity Now

As a long time fan of the Jerry Seinfeld show I discovered some time ago that I can apply almost any life event to an episode of the show. The "Serenity Now" episode is proof of that. As Frank, Jerry's Father had to deal with multiple life stresses he chose a new age discipline of invoking calm by using the Serenity Now phrase as a mantra.

I have been uttering that quite a bit as well. Then this morning as I am scanning the emails that I didn't have time to read last night I came upon this one by Nancy Zieman.  It seems that we will not be seeing her for about a year. This lovely and sharing lady has been diagnosed with Osteosarcoma and has had major surgery. She now has what she refers to as a "semi-bionic" leg. She has cancelled all her personal appearances until mid 2016 and quilting and sewing friends will be guest hosting her Television and video programs.

One of the first sewing pro's to demonstrate and inspire on television Nancy has been a great inspiration to everyone she has met or shared the knowledge of sewing. My thoughts and prayers are with her and her family during this time of transition.

Birds in flight or in water demonstrate Serenity to me. This regal Mallard Duck visited us daily while we were away in Mondo. Serenity now. 

 ... ...."No matter what yesterday was like, birds always start the day with a new song."  -Doreen Virtue

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