Each morning I find myself awakening
To your love song which fills my mind
Thankful to feel your love embracing me
Wondering if today there will be enough time
Or how many breaths this day I shall possess
As the many hours begin to fall into place
For no one can ever take away from me Lord
The precious gift of your priceless embrace
I find my spirit always seems to blossom
Renewing its awesome love for you each day
Often wondering how many hearts will feel
The tender love I feel from you in many ways
I praise you Lord, though I have not seen
With my eyes your smiling eyes face to face
Yet Lord I am made aware of your presence
As I am blessed with your loving embrace
My heart never finds a time its deprived
Of the greatest joy in life known to man
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Happy Birthday Elvis & to my DAD!
*Excuse the “F-word”
Who isn’t a “BONO” fan… 🙂
Source: Rising Above
Archangel Gabriel Card Reading for Friday ~ Inspiration
You received this card as an invitation to explore something new . . .and to be inspired! This may involve traveling to a beautiful location or exploring an iconic museum’s collection. Allow your passions to be your tour guide, and think of the exploration as an investment that will yield future benefits.
Traveling for your art is a way to open up to new perspectives, gain new cultural experiences, and discover new mediums for creative inspiration.
Always with Light & Love my Angels! Happy Friday!
Such Beauty in Nature!
Angelic Nature = PEACE!
The plank is an isometric core strength exercise that involves maintaining a position for the maximum possible time. The forearm plank is what most people consider to be a standard plank.
It builds strength in our core, upper and lower body so it´s a good full body workout. We do not need any equipment to perform this exercise, and it also improves flexibility by stretching muscles and will improve posture if performed regularly.
The plank works almost every main muscle: deltoids, biceps, triceps, obliques, rectus abdominis, erector spinae, latissimus dorsi, pectoralis major, gluteus maximus, quadriceps, hamstrings, gastrocnemius.
Start by getting into a press up position.
Bend your elbows and rest your weight on your forearms and not on your hands.
Your body should form a straight line from shoulders to ankles.
Engage your core, hold this position, and enjoy 🙂
Squats have become popular for great glutes. While lifting heavy is important, we shouldn´t forget those bodyweight moves that allow us to focus on engaging and activating the specific muscles.
The easiest exercise to work hip extension is the Glute Bridge.
Lying face up on the floor with your arms at your sides and your knees bent. Contract your abdominal muscles to flatten your low back into the floor and try to maintain this contraction throughout the exercise.
Exhale and lift the hips off the floor by pushing through the floor with your heels. The result should be a bridge from the back of your shoulders to your knees. Do not push your hips too high because it will cause an arch in your lower back.
Inhale, lower your hips, and repeat. Nice and easy 🙂