I have no clue – Sandi Boucher

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Sandi Boucher

THUNDER BAY – I have no clue … what tomorrow will bring, or today for that matter but then … that’s what I love about my life. 

The unknowing, the surprise, the unpredictability of it all. 

How boring this life would be if it was all preconceived, if it was designed and we were privy to that information.  Granted, not all the surprises are welcome, not all are pleasant but they are … LIFE!

I have no clue

– How my computer works and I really have no desire to figure it out. 

I have come to accept that I don’t have to understand or master everything in my life and that there are these amazing people in this world that have the skills I don’t have … and that my lack of those skills is an excellent excuse to create a friendship!

– Why certain people do certain things but I spend a lot of time trying to understand. 

I often ask myself “what would have to happen to me, or in my life to lead me to behave the way they are behaving?”  Sometimes I find the answer, sometimes I simply have to ask them.

– What type of woman I will be ten years from now but that’s okay because ten years ago I didn’t know I was going to be the woman I am now, and I like the way I have turned out so far!

Yes, at the end of the day I consider myself intelligent, even wise at times, but that doesn’t mean that there aren’t a million things I have no clue about, because there are …. but perhaps I can get it down to 900,000 before my time is done, God willing.

I love you!

Sandi

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Sandi Boucher is a published author and motivation speaker, born and raised in a small Northern Ontario town. A proud member of the Seine River First Nation, Sandi is introducing the world to the Ojibwe teachings of her Mother, using these ageless lessons to show others how to find and enjoy their own strengths and gifts.