I am the source and receiver of all that I want in this life…
I was a flower thief as a toddler. There wasn’t a flower that was safe. Amusement parks with signs saying “Don’t Touch The Flowers” meant nothing to me. I’d throw tantrums if I was denied the chance to pluck a bloom. As a child, I was chased out of yards by barking dogs, all in my quest to get a rose or a tulip. Despite all of my flower passion, the only men who gave me flowers were male co-workers who pitched in for obligatory birthday bouquets or my father, who once moon lighted as a florist.
I know some women who wait and wait for men to give them flowers, gifts or love. What are you waiting for? All the Universe will do is give you more of what you’re doing and thinking – wait, wait, and more waiting. Instead of waiting, get your own flowers and love yourself. Be the source and the receiver of all that you want in this life.
I set the intention as a little girl flowers were going to come into my life and guess what? They did and abundantly! Girlfriends, family members and yours truly got me flowers. I didn’t wait for a man to provide what I could manifest in my own life. Sure, it’s nice to now get flowers from my lover, but it was even more rewarding and satisfying to pick out my own and proudly display them at work. When people asked, “who bought you the pretty flowers?” I’d say with robust pride, “me!”
-Your Curator of all things abundant and beautiful, Kimberly Jo Cooley
5 thoughts on “Ladies, Buy Your Own Flowers”
Flowers for me? I buy bunches of flowers to cheer the house up, I never thought about buying any for me. I’m off to the shops!
See! That’s what I’m talking about! I can’t imagine depriving me or my home of the beauty of flowers :-D. Happy flower picking and thanks for sharing.
My pleasure, I really enjoyed your post. But only sunflowers will do the job for me in this dingy old weather.
Sun flowers are definitely pick me uppers. I have a different weather complaint, no rain! Northern California is heading towards a drought. I can’t believe I’m saying this, but I could use a little dreary weather.
Come on over to Northamptonshire! I almost parted company with my wellies in the mud today. And, I now have chocolate dogs.