16 December 2010

Togetherness Meditation Days 149, 150 and 151

Hey Ya'll - Seasons Greetings to the OMC!

Regardless of how you celebrate or observe this time of year, for many of us it is a time of travel, visits and visitors. All this activity can be a busy and hectic time in our lives.

Remember the OMCru meet ups will still be here - up and running for you to take time during your day to regroup, breathe, and relax. Some of the times and leaders my change but the CREW gives us all a place to Meditate and Destroy, as our Capt. says. Also, you can always call for a STOP. DROP. MEDITATE anytime.

Remember to follow the #OMCru hashtags to keep up to date on the daily Shout-Outs. The AM Morning Crew will continue to do their thing each day so watch for their SHOUT OUTS to join in.

Taking a cue from @The_KamikaZEN, the MidDay Shout Out will be a little earlier this weekend and next week as a trial. Do let us know what you think about the new time of 10AM PST / 1PM EST in the comment section. Join @silvercrone Friday, Saturday and Sunday. @billjoseph - Monday. @shing999 Tuesday and @The_KamikaZEN - Wednesday and Thursday.

Check in #afterdark with @violetsblue daily at 7PM PST / 10PM EST as a final close to your day.



And for our community fostering question this weekend:  Do you have a special food or dish you prepare this time of year?


Breathe Deeply and Enjoy your weekend CREW.    
         Peace. Love. and Harmony!       _/|\_ Let the Metta flow \m/

5 comments:

  1. When my sons were little and getting the adults up early to open their stockings-I always made them wait to eat cinnamon rolls & hot cocoa. The smells in the house were wonderful! Well, they are grown now (29 & 31), but resist all my attempts to fix anything else christmas morning- so we always have cinnamon rolls & hot cocoa...the smells take me back to giggling children and smiling adults! Wonderful!

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  2. @silvercrone: I want to come to your house! That sounds amazing!

    I never really had a special dish to prepare, except for breakfast items. As of this year experimenting at Thanksgiving, I will now make a turkey-shaped pancake for my son from here on out.

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  3. we always have a "traditional" dinner for Festivus - ham with the trimmings, mac/chees, green bean cassarole.

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