my speed. instead of rushing around with daily activities i should slow down and notice things
eat dessert first :). in other words, enjoy every moment
that most people are good people, doing small acts of kindness everyday that don’t get noticed, and that there’s still cake 🙂
giving has increased my propensity(big word for me 🙂 ) to give more because of the joy that giving brings to others.
poster here from previous post
i recently created/gave my wife an anniversary gift(in addition to a nice dinner), a framed illustrated poster of reasons i’m grateful for her. she loved it and was a hit among her facebook friends..
i’m thinking about selling these as a customized service for others to bring in some extra income.
would this be something you would buy for someone?
any opinions would be so helpful. the poster is pictured below.
a change in perspective has allowed me to be open to the other person’s point of view, thereby making the situation less tense
worry would instantly melt away like ice cream in 90 degree weather, with sprinkles 🙂
entrepreneurship and donuts 🙂
happy mother’s day to those in the U.S. and to all the mothers around the world 🙂
Update: Turns out the meeting i was worried about
was nothing major. just another example of God testing
my faith. thoughts can run rampant but faith and prayer
is always the answer, no matter what would have happened.
Again to YOU and all your prayers and encouragement,
with help from Isaac(of “TheLove Boat” fame) i say…
welcome again and wishing you good health, kevin
happy belated birthday mary! yes you are alive and that’s the gift. getting started on goals is tough but, the best thing to do is just start!
thank you for your ideas and thoughtful words mary!
thanks so much anna!
your words and ideas mean so much. thanks so much diane!
awesome ideas/thoughts! thank so much aine!
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