Thank You for Being You

From time to time, I focus on being grateful for each thing that comes across my path that day. It might be a person, thing, or a memory.  

While doing the dishes, I thank the soup spoon for bringing the soup to my lip and the bowl for holding the soup. 

I express gratefulness for my easy access to clean drinking water, hot showers, a warm bed, and electricity. Of course, my best four-legged buddy, Lonzo, always tops the list.

In deeper ways I appreciate the people in my life. I love moments of spontaneous hugging.

Family, friends and neighbors across the years bring a gleam to my eyes, and a smile to my lips. The uncontrollable laughter, tear-filled comfort and love, and cheerleader-style support hold fast in my mind.  So very many wonderful people cross my path.  

Truth be told, I believe people to be inherently wonderful. The human design contains a light of wonderfulness. 

Life occasionally brings thoughts of fear and uncertainty. This leads people to doubt their wonderfulness and hide their light.

I am very grateful to all who lean in with enough bravery to show up as their full wonderful selves.  

To those who challenge, listen, question, mentor and help me be a better person, please know how very much you are appreciated. 

Thank you for reading my blog. You encourage me.  

I am grateful for you. You are truly wonderful. Thank you for being you.  

Sherry Ann Bruckner

Sherry Ann Bruckner

Sherry Ann Bruckner, JD, enjoys helping you bridge the gap from where you are to where you wish to be. An attorney, mediator, coach, speaker, and trainer, she strongly believes in the transformational power of clarity, compassion, curiosity, and cribbage.

Sherry Ann invites and encourages you to consider your own level of peace. Inner peace creates outer peace and personal peace leads to world peace. You may find her enjoying a game or hiking a state park. Sherry Ann lives near Alexandria, Minnesota. Visit brucknermediation.com/services to learn more or give her a call at (320) 808-3212.
Sherry Ann Bruckner

Be gentle with you. Be gentle with all. Be the peace.