“Supersize your dreams.”—Joel Osteen
No sooner did I appoint myself “Mayor of Crazy Town” (in yesterday’s blog), than blessings started rolling in.
Hay House asked if I’d be interested in writing E-Cubed, a follow-up to E-Squared which totally cracks me up.
The LOA community chose this very blog as one of the best blogs of 2012, an editor of Men’s Journal practically begged me to begin writing for him and, best of all, I got this email from a reader:
“I am delirious to join you in your madness! It’s so much more fun over here! My life has dramatically changed since reading “E-Squared” and your posts. I find I am much happier and spend a lot of my time expecting miracles. Such a departure from how I used to be (grimly holding onto my belief that something “bad” was going to happen.) Thank you, thank you, thank you!!! You ROCK!”
Since changing the dominant paradigm is one of my major intentions (along with uplifting and inspiring everyone I meet), I feel extremely gratified. So, I want to offer a big shout-out to all of you, my community, my friends, my home boys and girls.
The LOA award is particularly meaningful because if this blog landed honors in 2012 in which I only BEGAN blogging (I think I started in November or December), just think what might happen in 2013. And also because accepting this awards feels like accepting the Emmy award that I intend to win next. And once you start feeling something and envisioning it, better step back, Jack!
Which brings me to today’s topic: pre-paving.
If you want to travel, buy a suitcase.
If you want kids, buy diapers.
If want to meet the lover of your dreams, buy a photo album for those inevitable wedding photos.
You have to create a vision, walk in that direction and keep dancing—no matter what.
Since I’m celebrating today (I celebrate most every day) and since my award apparently means, to quote Sally Fields, “You like me. You really like me.” I thought I’d offer this interview that ran on www.inspiremetoday.com. It’s a 20-minute feel-gooder with yours truly.
Have the best weekend of your life!!
Pam Grout is the author of E-Squared: 9 Do-it-Yourself Energy Experiments that Prove Your Thoughts Create Your Reality.
Congratulations Pam! Well deserved! Yes, we really like you! and your wonderful information! I feel like I’m winning the award with you, because I’ve put into practice so much of what you teach and am happier than ever too.
Pam, Congrats on everything! I’m so excited to hear you might be doing e-cubed! It makes sense though because you just keep multiplying the blessings! 🙂
I’m have one of the best days of my life today and I’m sure the weekend will be the same. Wishing you the best weekend of your life too! 🙂
I’m already eager to read E-Cubed – cant’t wait for it! Congrats for your success. You fully deserve it; I love your writings and you really made a big change in my life. All the best and hugs, Ancuta
I’m ecstatic to hear such great news! I share your book, and website with everyone I meet, & every opportunity I get to share it….I’m thrilled! My world gets better, brighter, and more exciting every day! I have your site pinned on my phone & pull it up everyday – YOUR posts refuel me, and I’m so thankful for each & everyone of them! Humorously, I’ve always been crazy, but now I get to embrace it – love it & most awesome part is sharing it! So, yes, Pam, we like you…..truthfully we adore you!
Lisa, who knew when we met last year on that People story (they tell me it will eventually be resumed) that we’d continue to be buddies. Thank you SO, SO much for your kind words.
Congratulations on your award. You are inspiration to many. I will never forget my paper flowers from the girl at work that I intended to receive. I have used your advice so many times and expected what I wanted and got it. The latest was I had jury duty. I got the paper saying to show up for June 10th but call the night before to be sure my number was included. My number was 54 and they need at least 110. I had 2 weeks to say I wasn’t going to have to go. I told everyone they would start with number 56 or they wouldn’t have a trial that week. That was a dream. So I called up last Sunday and I didn’t have jury duty. They didn’t need anyone last week. I had to listen to it twice, because it was just too funny. Thanks for your direction, for if I didn’t read it, I wouldn’t be using it. Love, Light, Peace and Angel Hugs filled with unending Joy.