How to Make a Celebration Scale
Celebrate everything. And when you celebrate with champagne, fill up your glass to match the victory or milestone. Get a bigger glass if you need to.
Every year I get together with a group of girlfriends. Most of us have known each other since elementary school. We only get to see each other once a year, and in between visits, we keep up with the important stuff through a Facebook group. When we get together, we reminisce. We cry. We laugh. We karaoke. We solve world problems. But mostly we celebrate.
A few years ago was a milestone birthday year, and we threw ourselves a party on our weekend trip. We had a cake with candles, a birthday banner and some champagne. We toasted each other often, and when it was time for another toast, my friend Heidi held out her half-full glass and said, "more champs please." And that one sentence inspired this card and changed the way I celebrate.
I hope you have so much to celebrate that your glass is always full.
The story on the back of the She is . . . Celebration Scale card.
As the bubbly was being poured for toasts, she noticed that some people took just a splash while others opted for half a glass. And it occurred to her that the champagne flute is a celebration scale. So when it came time to clink, she filled her glass to the top because she had lots to celebrate.
Celebrate every day,