girl walking on her path

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Become all You are

Let go of roles and pleasing

Find Your Middle Ground

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About Val Boyko

Val Boyko is originally from Scotland and came to the United States over 25 years ago. At "Find Your Middle Ground" Val brings together her experience as a life coach, yoga teacher and mentor, to inspire awakening to the light and inspiration within us all. This blog is a place of exploration and discovery as we all explore finding harmony and peace, in the highs and lows of life 💛

32 comments on “* Haiku – all you are

  1. ❤ this Val! Great photo too!

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  2. LOVE this one, Val!! As I head to a family wedding this weekend, I will remember these words! Hehe Hope all is super wonderful in your life!! ❤

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  3. Simple perfect, had to share it on my FB page. xo

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  4. I remember when you were trying to choose between this shot and the shot of the dog on the pier. Both are perfect reminders to keep moving forward as the path unfolds before us.

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  5. Perfect!

    Your words. The photo. Everything. ❤

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  6. Lovely post, Val — so centered.

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  7. The message is perfect, Val! And the picture reminds me of the day our son “left home” with a basket of toys under his arm. The reason: I refused to pick up his toy cars from the rose bushes…for the second time. He was almost two years old.

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    • Thank you! 💛 What a great memory and image for us Tiny! I trust her learned a helpful lesson … maybe not the putting away stuff part 😉

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      • He learned not to drop his little toy cars from the terrace into the rose bushes….but not the putting away stuff part 🙂 The image of him walking away with his toy basket is still priceless.

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  8. Bangin’ on the love button.

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  9. LOVE that photo!

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  10. Life does get easier when you realize you don’t have to please everyone all the time… Love that photo!

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  11. I love this.. and the photo.. reminds me of when I was that age.. and I packed my bag at my Grandma’s saying I wanted to go home.. She said go on then, ( LOL I had to get to my Grands via 3 bus rides and spent the Summer holidays mainly with my grandparents..) I remember walking down the terrace st while she kept her eye on me from behind the net curtain. I got to the end, and turned around and then said I was sorry for what ever it was I got shouted at for which led me to pack my bag.. Lots of Big hugs and a lesson learned.. 🙂 LOL.. Thank you for evoking that memory .. 🙂 ❤

    Have a wonderful day and rest of the week Val.. ❤
    Sue

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    • HI Sue – what a great memory. Thank you for sharing it. ❤️
      I too spent summers mostly with grandparents. They we re fun times for exploring and testing limits 😉
      She does remind me of independent little me striding out!
      Have a lovely week.
      xo

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  12. Wow how cute! The sweet little one marches-on with confidence and hope to make the world a better place!
    Many thanks Val and cheers 🙂

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  13. Reblogged this on The Seeker and commented:
    It’s Nurturing Thursday.
    I decided to join Becca Givens and I think you should, too, without invitation
    https://beccagivens.wordpress.com/2015/08/06/nurturing-thurs-ride-the-waves/

    Val is good enough to give me a tug by like one of the comments I posted in a blog.

    Her site happens to be very nurturing in helping us to “Find Your Middle Ground”

    Here’s to use and let us encourage one another by nurturing uplifting post.

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    • Thank you so much for the re-blog.💛 I do appreciate it. I have checked out Becca’s site and would love to join in on nurturing thursdays too. What a wonderful idea.
      xo

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  14. Lovely words and photograph.

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