Saturday, March 7

Happy Saturday


I am so grateful to be back home with my family, even if I am suffering a horrendous case of jetlag. One goal I have set this year is to remind myself, on a regular basis, to be consciously appreciative and to say ‘thank you’ with a degree of regularity.

I am mindful of all the wonderful readers, who quietly visit each day and those who leave comments and send emails. You truly make writing All the Best worthwhile. I am also indebted to the many talented and inspiring bloggers who brighten my world each day with their knowledge and unique perspectives. Thank you!


Image Marie Claire

24 comments:

Anne said...

ROnda you are the best. Thank YOU for what you do each day.

pve design said...

Attitude Gratitude is crucial and I am grateful for you too.
Drink lots of water and moisturize.
Nothing like jet lag to make one feel a little more humble.
pve

ALL THE BEST said...

Thank you Anne! I truly feel lucky to do what I do each day.

ALL THE BEST said...

Patricia you are so right! Jet lag is nature’s way of making you look like your passport photo.

I have a moisturizing mask on my face right now!

Renae said...

Ronda,
Fabulous trip you had...thanks for sharing the home tour. I really enjoy your blog...get good rest and you will be back to feeling great in no time!
Blessings...

ALL THE BEST said...

Thanks Renae...I think a nap is in order!
xoxo

Karen said...

Just remember that "down time" is the spa treatment for the heart and soul! Everyone deserves some, and you have more than earned yours! Relax. regroup, and enjoy! And I thank you on a daily basis for opening up worlds that I would never see - you have saved us all from some jet lag!

ALL THE BEST said...

Very sage advice Karen. Thank you!
xoxo

Julia said...

Ronda, I adore your blog although I hardly ever comment just for lack of time. But you do have skill for finding "All The Best" and I love it all. Thank you.

ALL THE BEST said...

Thank you Julia! I'm in the same boat, lack of time keeps me from commenting on all the blogs that I love!!

Laura [What I Like] said...

I do love your blog...it consistently adds a bit of style to my day. And I am officially obsessed with that chair! I love to sit cross legged on my couch each morning reading the papers and sipping my tea. That seat looks wide enough to amply accommodate crossed legs!

ALL THE BEST said...

Thank you Laura! Isn't that chair the best!! The tea cup appealed to me instantly!

red ticking said...

i think this is one of your best yet...family is soooo comforting and loving...rest up and take time for you.

ALL THE BEST said...

You are so right Red Ticking! There is no place like home.

A Day That Is Dessert said...

Ronda: welcome home! I always look forward to your posts. xo

Jen - Balancing beauty and bedlam said...

Just found your site, and am thrilled to be browsing the archives. :)

ALL THE BEST said...

Welcome Jen!!

Karena said...

Travel can really be hard on a person! Take good care and welcome back!

michelle said...

My husband is a commerical pilot, and is away 20 days a month...within one day the guys is back on schedule; after my last trip to Amsterdam, I slept for a straight week. He just laughs at me. It actually makes me easier on him when he gets home :)

The worst is when you have anything important to do over those first few days.

Isn't it nice to get back home? There really is no place like it. Enjoy.

ALL THE BEST said...

Thanks Lecia! Your blog always makes me smile!

ALL THE BEST said...

Thank you Karena!
xoxo

Michelle I don't know how they do it! I am always amazed!!

jae said...

The blog world truly is an amazing place. Filled with like minded people that most we'll never meet, but still appreciate every day. Welcome home!

katiedid said...

Thanks for all you do Ronda! I have been very behind in visitng my favorite blogs lately (starting a business in this economy will do that to you)....but want you to know how much I enjoy your blog! I look forward to seeing it and catching up often.

Best-
Katie

Nina said...

As a Finn, thank you is fairly a common phrase, as Finns thank constantly for everything. But what we should do more often is, most definitely, to mean what we say when we thank one another.

Being grateful every day is a task and probably something no one can sincerely do-- but who says you shouldn't be aiming high!

And that is one wonderful chair.
Do want.

Cheers,
Nina