Angels, fairies and some silly sayings~~
Cobwebs in our minds
Just thinking about when thoughts of insecurities creep in~~ You know those little thoughts that come in when you don't feel like you are good enough at this or that~~
Well we all know to sweep those cobwebs out and invite back in the good thoughts..it does work ~!!
I continued my Angel thoughts asking who my childrens angels were..and after awhile 3 angel names came to me for my 3 sons..was a moment I'll never forget..
Eat chocolate-it'll make you SO happy~~Be good to yourself~~incase no one else is~~
Be yourself,no one else can do it better~~
Love yourself so others can~
Drink lots of water and if you hate it (like me)drink anything with water in it~~
Carry your own weight and if its too heavy ask for help(:)
Birds of a feather flock together-- so true we chose friend that are like us~~
Use a napkin "we're not savages"--I heard a father say this once when I ws young to his kids ..hummm
Families that play together stay together~~
Clean house , clean mind~~
The way to a mans heart is through his stomach--(:) or through your kisses~~
If you're good to animals ,you're good to people(:) Oh god bless these people~~
You can lean on a 'strong' man.. but sometimes you may have to be the strength, men can be weak too ~~
Stand alone (:) ok I'll try~~
In our ability to rethink our lives lies our greatest power to change them. What we have called “middle age” need not be seen as a turning point toward death. It can be viewed as a magical turning point toward life as we’ve never known it, if we allow ourselves the power of an independent imagination—thought-forms that don’t flow in a perfunctory manner from ancient assumptions merely handed down to us, but rather flower into new archetypal images of a humanity just getting started at 45 or 50.What we’ve learned by that time, from both our failures as well as our successes, tends to have humbled us into purity. When we were young, we had energy but we were clueless about what to do with it. Today, we have less energy, perhaps, but we have far more understanding of what each breath of life is for. And now at last, we have a destiny to fulfill—not a destiny of a life that’s simply over, but rather a destiny of a life that is finally truly lived.Midlife is not a crisis; it’s a time of rebirth. It’s not a time to accept your death; it’s a time to accept your life—and to finally, truly live it, as you and you alone know deep in your heart it was meant to be lived.
Midlife is not a crisis; it’s a time of rebirth. It’s not a time to accept your death; it’s a time to accept your life—and to finally, truly live it, as you and you alone know deep in your heart it was meant to be lived.
Loretta LaRoche has been called “the Erma Bombeck of stress reduction”—
~~~LIFE is SHORT WEAR YOUR PARTY PANTS~~~
Loretta LaRoche, who has been called by Joan Borysanko “‘the jolly-lama,” turns spring 2003 into a giant party with a new PBS special and this new tie-in book, LIFE IS SHORT—-WEAR YOUR PARTY PANTS: The Nine Essential Traits You Need to Live an Amazing Life Ms. LaRoche has helped millions of people find ways to lighten up and overcome stress in their lives. Now, she gives people the tools they need to not only reduce stress, but to bring joy, passion and gusto into their lives. Her techniques are a brilliant blend of old-world common sense and the most contemporary research in brain chemistry, psychology and mind-body studies. With very specific exercises, her new book gives readers dozens of proven techniques for developing the nine most important traits people need to live an intense, happy, successful life: Resilience; Optimism; Connection; Mindfulness; Humor; Respect; Integrity; Creativity and Purpose Loretta’s wisdom grows from her own life, a life filled with the demands of being a single mother of three; of starting her own business when broke; of the wacky invasiveness of her Italian family. She is like all of us: real, flawed, stressed out and on edge. Her magic comes from an ability to not take herself too seriously, and to always shift her focus away from the self-destructive and toward the truly important things in life. This book will give readers those same tools. In her work, Loretta has seen tens of thousands of people who live their lives as if they’re sitting in the waiting room, hoping that their turn comes up next. This book will show those people how to get up, knock on the door, get what they want, or move on! LIFE IS SHORT; WEAR YOUR PARTY PANTS is a delightful and insightful book of wisdom for everyone who has ever had the instinct to keep her good clothes in the closet, lock away the expensive silverware, or deny themselves a bite of dessert, waiting for a special occasion. Loretta says:
If you wake up everyday and you're breathing it is a gift(:)
Has anyone read them??
Erma Bombeck was so funny LOVED HER humor~~
MIDDLE AGE ANGEL