Tuesday, January 26, 2010

Life, Laughter, and Love




LOVE is an action word --- and love TAKES ACTION.


People need to hear "I love you" at least five times a day.


Happiness is a by-product of life.


Laughter in a family is healthy to the soul.


People find joy in investing themselves in others.


It is a mistake to waste one precious moment of your God-given day in self-hate.  Accept yourself as God made you.  You are worthy because you are His.


I'm still enjoying perusing my journal notes from years past yet today.  Please bear with me as I revisit these notes and share portions with you.  I think these notes were written during a time I was spending deliberately creating a nurturing environment for my children when they were young.  The same principles can apply to anyone of any age, though, don't you think?



Have a wonderful day!  Be blessed!

8 comments:

  1. very wise post today, thanks for sharing it with us!

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  2. Very, very nice post. Thanks for sharing. Sincerely, Susan from writingstraightfromtheheart.blogspot.com

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  3. Yes, laughter is also just good for our health. Love your revisiting journal entries and sharing.

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  4. You have a lot of good words in those bygone journals. Yes, I would agree that the principles apply at any point along the journey. Funny how we can learn something at an earlier age and forget it at a later one. It's good to review.

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  5. Hi La Donna,
    Meg has a couple new patterns coming out this week. One is a tea pattern. I am waiting CC in hand. LOL I posted a couple towels this morning I finished. One is her pattern.
    Hugs,
    Elizabeth

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  6. There is much wisdom in these notes...thanks for sharing..
    Deby

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  7. The I love you reminder is the one I needed today.

    Blessings,
    Laura

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  8. yep, i needed to be reminded...thanks!

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