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it’s the monday giggles….

Perhaps you’ve heard…

I’ve been traveling The Road to Recovery these past many weeks.

That’s because 2019 literally ended with a BANG!

SERIOUSLY.

Into a telephone pole.

The good news is…the telephone pole lost.

As a result, I have been spending the beginning of this NEW year working on trying to reset my life physically and mentally – back to the point of feeling normal again.

My injuries have provided lots of down-time to reflect,

to be introspective,

and to work at strengthening myself ~

body, mind and soul!

Here are just a few of the important things I’ve compiled for this

“strength-training”

I’ve designed for myself

AND

they come with an OPEN INVITATION to join me, should you feel compelled to strengthen your own self, too!

(REPEAT THE FOLLOWING ITEMS AS OFTEN AS POSSIBLE.)

Pray even more and with greater passion.

Don’t sit on the couch and wait for life to happen.

Go out.

Make a change.

Smile more.

Be excited!

Do new things.

Throw away anything resembling cluttering.

Say goodbye, (while wearing your new persistent smile,) to negative people.

*This includes the passive-aggressive ones.

Go to bed early.

Wake up early.

Be fierce.

Don’t EVER engage in – nor permit – gossip to happen in your presence.

Show more gratitude.

Do things that are challenging.

Be brave.

And remember,

(should you care to join me,)

the VERY good news behind this 2020 action list is :

none of these items require, in any manner, the need for

Kale!

I repeat…

hugs and blessings to all my plant eating friends; but most especially, to all those who have been supportively walking this “Road to Recovery” with me!

Wonderfully made!

Image taken from Pinterest.

A special friend pinned the above image and now I lovingly pin-it off to you!

 

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ten little toes

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“How beautiful upon the mountains are the feet of those who bring good news, who publishes peace, who brings good news of happiness, who publishes salvation, who says to Zion, “Your God reigns.”  Isaih 52:7

 

Two little feet, ten little toes,

running and jumping at play.

Two little feet, too little time,

will be walking to school one day.

Kicking a rock, or skipping a rope,

wading a puddle or washed with soap.

Two little feet, one little child,

will soon go their own way.

But footprints in my mind recall,

they stood here yesterday. Continue reading “ten little toes”