• 100 Days of Good Karma: Day 100 (Day 100!)

     

    theboss2

    Sunday, October 19, 2014

    Day 100 of 100 Days of Good Karma.

    Wow.

    The last day of 100 Days of Good Karma.

    Thank you to everyone who joined me. Whether you sent me your silver lining through the blog, or through Facebook, or just took a moment to recognize the awesome in your day, I’m so glad you could do this with me.

    Tina says it so much better than I do in The Last Day.  I will second her observation, though… The silver lining wasn’t always easy to find.

    I, too, found that the silver lining was almost never a big thing.

    I usually found it in the little moments:

    • Pandora playing my favorite Bruce Springsteen song right as I needed an energy boost during my run.
    • Braiding my daughter’s hair before bed.
    • Family time on the couch that descends into a tickle fest with all of us rolling around on the living room floor.

    The lesson over the last 100 days was obvious: appreciate the joy in simple moments.

    Today’s silver lining:  We made it!  100 days of silver linings!!   

    My story isn’t over. Either is Tina’s.

    100 days seemed like a long time at the beginning of the project.  But now that we’re at the end, her parent’s house is nowhere near rebuilt and I still have cancer.

    So let the story continue!

    What’s your silver lining today?

    I love comments!

    xoxo, Meghan

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5 Responsesso far.

  1. Pam says:

    Silver lining of the day: celebrating that you just did 100 days of amazing writing WHILE you did cancer treatment. You are an inspiration too all of us, and I feel extremely lucky to know you.

    Pam
    xox

  2. Tina Smith says:

    whoohoo Day 100 ~Party~ we made it. *throws confetti*

    I agree. The silver linings were more rewarding in the simplest moments of the day.

  3. Leslee says:

    The100 days have come to a end! Reading your blog has made me laugh, cry, I’ve been informed, had many silver lingings and have reflected on my own life, and choices! I’m glad to hear you have decide to continue writing! The next part of your treatment is about to begin! I pray it’s not a roller coaster ride or at least has some smooth sailing along the way! Either way I’m sure you will be able to reach your goal! Remember all who love you and are fighting for you!

  4. Annette says:

    A little glimpse into your daily life for 100 days was my silver lining! Thank you for sharing. xoxox

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