Hello beautiful friend.
Welcome to your Sunday audio LoveGram.
Today I send you a road trip on a quiet highway.
I send you a trombone you play for the fun of it.
I send you lamplight in the cold and dark.
Thank you for being here with me. I appreciate you! I celebrate your beautiful heart and your willingness to go deeper with your relationships.
Last week, we talked about how to show up for people and truly let them know we are listening.
In today’s LoveGram, we take a look at what happens when we have plans with someone, but we just don’t feel like it. How do we know when to keep our commitments and when to bail?
Also, is there something more empowering and appreciative than saying “I’m sorry?” when we cancel?
We’re talking, as we often are, about how to love better — and this always includes how we love ourselves!
(To listen to the audio, just click over to this page, scroll down, and hit “play” on the audio player.)
We all know what it is like to make plans with someone and then, when that day rolls around, suddenly we don’t feel like it. We may be tired or over-extended or simply feeling the need for solitude. How do we handle this? Do we keep our commitments or cancel?
That question of “keep or cancel” plans is one thing we are exploring in today’s audio.
The other thing we are looking at is how and when to say “I’m sorry.”
Thank you for being here and being someone who cares deeply about loving yourself and others.
I’m grateful to be on this journey with you.
Thank you for who you are and for your wonderful heart!
Seek celebration — even in dark corners,
P.S. The song at the start of today’s audio LoveGram is “I’m Sorry” by Hot House Flowers.