There are times in our lives when lots feels fantastic, then other times when less is more.
This week I'm lovin' the moments that allow for one-on-one time. Two people together without the rest of the world involved.
Those moments may not always be under the most joyous of circumstances, but the fact that we can build relationships and show support individually is something to be grateful for.
When my husband attends his eldest daughter's oncology and surgeon appointments to hold her hand as she tackles her fourth sarcoma in three years. One-on-one.
When my son gets the opportunity to have individual sessions with a visiting overseas coach to help boost his confidence and regain enthusiasm for the sport he loves. One-on-one.
When I have morning tea with a friend whose dad was taken from her unexpectedly by a heart attack and chat about his legacy and the memories he left behind. One-on-one.
When I am in a car with my daughter for seven hours as we take yet another day trip to Sydney and back for her modelling commitments. One-on-One.
When my bestie and I leave each other long detailed voice messages about our day, making it feel like the distance between Australia and the USA is not so huge. One-on-one.
When a fellow football club committee member and I get to travel to the monthly executive meeting together and prepare on the way there, then debrief on the car ride home. One-on-one.
It's been a pretty intense week if the truth be known. The fact that my magazine is being launched this Saturday and I haven't quite finished with the technical side of things, doesn't help. But what does help is our ability for some one-on-one.
This week I've been lovin' the power of two.
What about you? Have you had some one-on-one time?
What are you lovin' about life this week?
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