Monday night I had one of those Elizabeth Gilbert moments as I spun myself around from yet another glimpse into the silver box with two doors that breaths constant cool air. With my children off to a mini retreat, I found myself with time on my hands. Elizabeth's video was stuck on repeat in my head. During my blog surfing time, I marked Tara Gentile's abundance post to read for later. Later, much later, after finally reading Tara's post, I happen upon an abundance post of Dave Navarro. I love these go hard blog guys and Dave gets straight to the point. Most men don't write about embracing this & that, they write about breaking cycles and old habits. Now, I'm starting to wonder if I'm missing something or not. Everything I tried to do or not to do pointed to abundance or the complete lack of abundance. With my children away, I had no other choice, but to pay close attention and I did until, I found myself back at my laptop, doing my blog stalker thing when I found Kelly's post and to my utter surprise it was on ... yes, you guest it abundance. This brought me to my knees and I prayed for abundance. Knowing for sometime now that GOD had supplied all of our needs, each and every one. I knew their was but one thing left to do. The work. Not long after praying, this idea of this article struck me like a flying plastic ball and this time I caught it. This is one creative piece, you just have to read it and I can't wait until you do. Please buy it, it's a new spin on an old favorite. Love is a verb.