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Three Peaks and a Valley #4

This series, Three Peaks and a Valley refers to three positive moments and one negative moment that happens during a twenty four hour period of my life. When I’m feeling down, my mom tells me to remember one positive and one negative thing about the experience, a peak and a valley.

Three Peaks and a Valley aims to outweigh the negative with the positive.

Three Peaks and a Valley is a regular miniseries that, by sharing my own moments of joy and vulnerability I hope that you’ll think about your own.


PEAK: We drove with the top down on the Jeep on our way up to Vermont. Having my little dog in my lap kept me warm from the cold wind.

PEAK: It is Saturday. I am sitting on the sun porch of my grandmother’s lake house watching the waves buffet the dock.

PEAK: We had a moment of calm weather earlier so I could bring my dog Roxy into the water. She isn’t a particularly good swimmer but she paddled out a few yards and splashed in the shallows where her toes can touch.

VALLEY: I cried this morning for quite a while. That feeling followed me through the day.


Share your peaks and valleys with me in the comment section below! 

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Treading into a small happy moment.

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One thought on “Three Peaks and a Valley #4

  1. It is Sunday. Your PEAKs and VALLEYs are yet to be posted but I have a few already.
    PEAK: I woke up this morning.
    PEAK: I sat on the back porch and drank coffee with my housemate talking about life.
    PEAK: It is quiet and beautiful and cool outside and I will happily be doing yard work soon.
    Valley: I was saddened to hear you had cried. Big hug.

    Life moves on. In this moment my heart is full.

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