“Morning is an important time of day, because how you spend your morning can often tell you what kind of day you are going to have.”
~ Lemony Snicket
Something wonderful happened to me yesterday morning!
I woke up with energy. After months of being unwell it was a precious gift. So we did something with all of that feel-good. We took an early morning drive down to the beach for a walk and then some breakfast.
Byron was golden with the early morning light. The sun was warm, the water too, and Ben and I walked hand in hand as Cafe Dog frolicked in the shallows. Meanwhile young Rufous was home having a big puppy sleep-in. He is still so excitable on beach walks, and seeing it was my first in a very long time, and being still weak as I recover from my recent illness, we left him napping – and he didn’t mind at all!
As we walked I found just the right beach rock. It felt good in my hand so I asked permission of the beach, and the Elders and the nature spirits, and I brought it home with me. I have a lovely little collection of Byron Bay beach rocks here that I have gathered over the past twenty years, just waiting for a special project I have in mind for them. I’ll tell you more about that tomorrow.
After our sunshiney walk we headed into a favourite haunt – Dip Cafe at Byron Bay. If you get a chance, do pop in! They have a fabulous $15 French Specials menu right now, as well as their regular delicious repast. I can highly recommend the savoury crepes, which I had for breakfast. So good. 🙂
How about you, dear friend? What acts of self-nurture and care are you taking for yourself this week? Please be good to yourself and live from kindness. For yourself and for others.
I’m slowly recovering, and grateful to be back to my regular morning meditations and blog writing sessions.
Sending so much love your way, Nicole <3 xoxo
Extra Links for You!
I’ve been singing the praises of Dip Cafe for a while now. Want to know more about the magic? This post pretty much sums it up: Magic – Byron Bay Style
Have you met Rufous yet? Find out more about our latest pup here: Meet Rufous – Brother to Harry Dog
And details on Harry, our Cafe Dog here: Harry – Cafe Dog!
15 thoughts on “A Morning Dose Of Happiness!”
I’m happy to hear that! To many more❤️
Just found your site this morning and now my own morning ritual has been enhanced. Have a beautiful day!
Thrilled that you had energy today! What a wonderful way to celebrate. Cafe and Rufous puppers are gorgeous and I’m glad you and Ben had the time to be able to embrace your wellness. Sending you love xoxoxo
Happy news! My prayers have been answered, you are feeling better. Much love and light to all who read this.❤️
I’m so happy to hear you are feeling better and have some energy back. You are amazing! Xxxxx
So happy you finally had a energy spurt. Go you.!
Looks like the fourth time is the charm here. Your post came to us on the fourth try. I’m so glad you got out in the sunshine and on the beach. It’s such a healing place. I love crepes but the sweet ones are always my favorite. I had a feeling you were getting better. Keep doing that. 🙂
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Happiness is something we all deserve but so many find hard to achieve I hope deep down you are happy with your life and those in it
Hey Nicole, so happy to read about your outing yesterday and to see your photos. Here’s to more energy for fun walks and yummy breakfasts 😀
I am so glad you were able to go to the beach yesterday! I have been thinking of you and praying that healing was happening. So nice to get some saltwater air! Holding you in my heart ❤️
So good to hear you are feeling better. We’re doing some rest and recovery in Noosa!
My heart goes out to you I understand the illness I too dealt with it. Everyday is like a precious gift to open and cherish. I enjoy your posts and I will keep you in prayer as I do with all of my other Lyme friends