Beloved Flower lover,
It’s the time to give gifts and share. To hug, kiss and watch your loved one’s smile. To make that telephone call,visit that person. It’s the time to just be there and to share.
It’s also the ideal time to check in with your conscience and recognise all your achievements you have made despite setbacks and challenges during the past 12 months. To celebrate your self. Your accomplishments,your improvements, your downright successes.
This is not the time of year to look back with disappointment. It’s the time of year to celebrate your gains. Wherever they may be. What ever they may be.
Do this before the New Year if you can. Do it now, today and notice how you give birth to something quite incredible.
Be upfront, count your successes, improvements, accomplishments. Where have you helped yourself and others. In what big ways, small ways. Just ponder on that and as you do, we invite you to continue enjoying the gift of flowers.
Celebrate you, because you are the greatest gift you can share with anyone.
Peace and many blessings from us here at The London Flower Lover.
The London Flower Lover
p.s. 2012 celebrations a few hours ago…..
Sydney’s harbour erupted in a blaze of colour and light on the stroke of midnight with a 12-minute pyrotechnic display drawing more than 1.5 million people to crowded foreshores and city landmarks.
As the clock moves through the timezones partying is beginning all over, like at Berlin’s Brandenburg Gate, in the heart of Vienna and on Paris’s Champs-Elysees avenue.
In Amsterdam, people are getting ready for the first “kiss” between two giant inflatable puppets representing a Dutch boy and girl, which will “walk” towards each other as the seconds tick down to 2012. At the stroke of midnight, the puppets will kiss as fireworks explode in an event organisers hope will become a yearly tradition in the city.
In the Paris area the purchase of alcohol is banned along with petrol in cans in a bid to prevent a wave of car burnings that occurs annually in some quarters, while 10,000 police were mobilised.
In London crowds we will see in 2012, the year we host the Olympic Games, with fireworks bursting above the River Thames as Big Ben chimes out midnight in a display watched by more than 250,000 people on the river banks.
What ever you do-where ever you are we wish you all the very very best