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Hi there

Me again, Mummy Lou just reporting on the daily trials and tribulations of being a Mum, Mom, Mama or which ever suits you. As I said in my last post I am a Mum of a 2 year old boy living in Sydney Australia. I recently had my 40th birthday and it sent me into a spin about age, life, where I am at this moment in time and who am I really and what have I done with my life and what is my purpose for being here. When I turned 30 it didn’t bother me at all but turning the big 40 actually made me cry, laugh, think oh my Universe or God or whatever suits you. As I have always been at work or working on something I have been a little frazzled by being at home, being a mum and turning 40. My husband and I have talked about another baby, which needs to happen now, as I have been projecting myself into the future and imagining myself in my 50’s and 60’s with children in their early 20’s. This has really daunted me for some reason. I think it comes down to the fact that I have too much time on my hands to think about things that don’t really matter. Life is far too short to be worrying about age and how you are going to be in the future. It is about living in the now and treasuring those happy moments. Those moments that make life happy and complete. For it is not about the struggle, the Universe wants us to be all that we can be. The universe or God, whichever does it for you is guiding you to be a shining star. An exceptional being living an exceptional life. I say lots of great things to people but sometimes I need to listen to what I say because it is so wonderful to be living right now. Right at this moment in time.

The world is changing because there are people who need to show the world that times are not tough, time and moments in time are blessings and as we are a collective world we can see that and understand the ways and laws of the universe then we can be, do and have wonderful experiences in our lives filled with abundance in all areas of our lives. As I am writing this my son is sitting on my lap trying to get to the computer and type in what he thinks is worthwhile reading. He is a beautiful little boy who really has helped me put things into perspective. Even though I must say that it has been about me for a couple of weeks leading up to my birthday. That was my path for that time. Now I know that I have some things to do and places to go and people to see and meet and become friends with. I have been a Mum and will always be a Mum but hiding inside my house whilst the world continues, well it is time for me to get out and about and share what I have learnt being a mum and also about health, wellness and everything that life experience has given me.

Thanks for reading

Yours naturally

Mummy Lou

2 Comments so far:
  1. by Laurence says:

    December 14, 2012

    Love your blog post Louise, so glad you have stopped thinking to much about the future and are now living in the now creating an amazing world for your growing family to live in!
    Great to be of support in any way I can!

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    February 6, 2013

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