I live in a place of gratitude.
It is an ongoing practice.
We are pulled into so many directions we sometimes forget to be still in the moment.
I believe if we all chose to see things
through the lens of gratitude,
we could be a calmer culture. A culture made up of
participants that looked at one another with
appreciation and recognition.
We own it and can give it to whoever we choose.
Nobody can take that away.
I create these bowls of gratitude with an intention.
I want to offer you a vehicle to recognize people
for who they are and for the contributions they make to your life...
both personally and professionally.
It's a part of paying it forward and allowing someone to
Hopefully, they will in turn do the same.
Today I came to work and found one of your beautiful bowls left on my desk. The person did not sign their name, but gave it to me as a way to thank me for the work I do around Gratitude. Your work is beautiful! I work in a high school and I started a month of Gratitude for November last year and we are keeping it going this year as well. There are many things we do for the staff as a way to keep them focused on Gratitude and how it fits into their life. In Gratitude for this new, beautiful and meaningful bowl I now have!
"What a wonderful gift for my clients! Who better than to show appreciation to? It is a packaged gift that is tasteful,timeless and one of a kind"
. Thank you Lynne,
"I am having so much fun giving your bowls to the fantastic women in my life. Your work is so perfect for showing how appreciative I am of all these gals and I can't thank you enough. Don't ever stop doing what you do or being who you are, Lynne"
I am spreading a little bit of you throughout my world and I am grateful to you!"
~ Ingrid Johnson
"I am a real estate agent and I love to show my clients how grateful I am to know them and to do business with them. The Bowls of Gratitude are perfect for this. The bowls are a beautiful and economic way to show my gratitude and inspire it in others. I also love being able to support a woman owned business in South Minneapolis."
~ Sandy Cleland RE/MAX