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Why I’m the luckiest person on the planet, Part 5 or is it 6?

“And to the tiger in the zoo, Madeline just said, “pooh, pooh!”—Ludwig Bemelman

I heard a report on NPR this morning that Madeline, Ludwig Bemelman’s plucky heroine that lives “in an old house in Paris, covered in vines” was turning 75 next year. I read all the Madeline books to my daughter when she was young. We both loved them.

Being reminded of Madeline’s courageous “pooh, pooh!” to the tiger in the zoo made me smile because that’s exactly what I decided to say to those old belief systems that were so insistently waving their hands in the back of the classroom yesterday.

And the reason I’m once again naming myself, “world’s luckiest person” is because when I mentioned them here on the blog, I was showered with so much love and support from so many people. And I just want to say thank you!

I am truly blessed, touched, humbled and forever grateful.

I wish each and every one of you the most amazing weekend of your life.

Pam Grout is the author of 16 books including E-Squared: 9 Do-it-Yourself Energy Experiments that Prove Your Thoughts Create Your Reality.

9 Responses

  1. I read your post and you stayed on my mind all day. Doesn’t the turn around feel so good?


    Kathee Dowis

  2. I’m adding my support a day late 🙂 I think you’re amazing and funny and smart and vivacious! You’re a natural uplifter and I feel such joy reading your words. Keep being who you are!!!

  3. I just finished listening to the Hay House program. Waited patiently for HH to email it as i couldn’t listen to it live. Read your earlier post so was anxious to hear the show. All-in-all it was informative. You have such a grounded attitude which is refreshing and which draws so many people to you. And i love your sense of humor. Thank you!

    1. Thanks, Barbara. Even Hay House said they were happy with it. It didn’t go exactly as I planned, but hey, I’m grateful I got the opportunity. Gives me lots of rocket fuel for the next orbit around the planet!!

  4. Oh my gosh — I am so glad that you shared your struggle because I was experiencing struggles as well this week and thinking, “What the …?” I have almost finished E2 and having the most wonderful time with the experiments, feeling AWESOME, and then BLAM! Reading your blog helped me realize that it’s okay to fall off the horse once in a while, just get back on and keep on ridin’. You rock and I admire you greatly.

  5. I hope you don’t mind a few more sprinkles of gratitude, Pam. I so love your genuineness. I am reading E2 and Jumpstart Your Metabolism. I’ve never breathed so much in my life. I think I’m getting stretch marks on my lungs but definitely feel better. Making changes one breath at a time. Thank you!

  6. FULL of gratitude, & have had such an amazing weekend I just have to share it with you! I was stumbling around pretty bad last week. As an RN…I’m love assisting w/healthcare needs, but when my mother in law’s CT reported terminal lung cancer (never smoked) & told she had about 2 months to live…..I was bucked off my horse, & cursing! I was stuck between the factual results, & her desire to LIVE! I opted to research in a different arena (Hay House) as she had more tests completed. Friday we met w/oncologist in Dallas, & treatment has been started! Unbelievable, but she’ll be returning home tomorrow w/followup scheduled in 3 months! She’s always been an inspiration to me, & although the journey has just begun…..it’s definitely a new beginning! Topped off by an unbelievable LAST MINUTE EAGLES CONCERT THAT I CAN’T BEGIN TO DESCRIBE…..JUST THANKFULLY BLESSED & BACK IN THE SADDLE!! Thank you soo much for being REAL, & all over the inspiration you share! 💓

    1. Love this, Lisa! I’ve missed you over the past few months. Glad to hear your mother-in-law is making progress. I send your whole family light and love.

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