• It’s all about the GRATITUDE!
• It’s about APPRECIATING everything (little and big)
• It’s about saying THANK YOU when you think about it.
• It’s truly about feeling GRATEFUL on every level.
The one thing I really try to do on this blog site is encourage people to really really look at the good in everything. In addition, it’s REALLY about being grateful for everything too. I read this on Facebook and I had to share with you all. There’s not too much to read or see but it has a very STRONG message. Always remember to be grateful for what you have no matter how much money you have, what you do for a living, or where you live… BE GRATEFUL. 🙂
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It does not matter if you are wealthy, part of the middle class, lower income class, or homeless . . . We are all human beings at the end of the day. Nobody is perfect. Show compassion and never talk down to anybody. If anything, life someone up with your words. 🙂 That’s what this world needs more of. At the end of the day we all have feelings and need a chance at life. Sometimes a second chance.
I am so thankful for another day of life and having the gift of drawing another breath. I am extremely grateful for my good health. Thank you for my home, my family, close friends, and my beautiful girl, Katie.
I couldn’t agree more on this. Everyone want attention and in order to give attention to a person requires your time. Well said… 🙂
It’s a sad night for me tonight.
I learned that one of my clients has passed away, my first loss professionally. It was a devastating realization that I was never going see this woman again. And a loss like this puts so much into perspective. Fortunately, this precious woman went out as I hope to, peacefully and painless in her sleep. She lived a full life. And although my time with her was brief, she made an impact. She was one that you looked forward to seeing, because she was so sweet, because she had great stories, because she was vivacious, because she was the funky old lady that let me do fun hair! She had an asymmetrical, short cut with chunky panels of blonde and definitely didn’t look like your typical Grandma!!
Jo will be missed. And in the loss of this beautiful woman, I have to be grateful…
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