Perfect Moment Monday is about noticing a perfect moment rather than creating one. Perfect moments can be momentous or ordinary or somewhere in between.
Once a week we engage in mindfulness about something that is right with our world. Everyone is welcome to join. Details on how to participate are at the bottom of this post, complete with bloggy bling.
Please visit the links of the participants at the bottom.Here’s a perfect moment from my week. I hope you’ll share yours, too.
I checked out a Black-Eyed Peas CD from the library and listened to one song over and over again while out and about with the kids this weekend (not many of the songs are appropriate for young ears).
It’s a happy-happy feel-good song, and I wanted to share the video with the kids when we got home. But often, an official video isn’t appropriate for young eyes. So I knew a preview was necessary.
Instead, I found this, which is a happy-happy feel-good video. Watch it before you read my commentary, below.
I love it because while contrived, it speaks of the power of one person following her bliss at the risk of looking like a lone fool.
And then a wave of 20,000 people following the bliss, as well.Tessa and I are now learning the dance moves, in case we one day find ourselves in a flash mob.
==================================== To participate in Perfect Moment Monday:
Between Sunday night and Tuesday night, write up your own Perfect Moment in a blog post, on Twitter, on Facebook, or simply leave a comment below.
Grab the URL of your Perfect Moment.
Use MckLinky below to enter your (or your blog’s) name and the URL of your Perfect Moment
Visit the Perfect Moments of others (from the links below), and let the writers know you were there.
Once you make a Perfect Moment post , you may place this button on your blog.