Archive for August, 2012

August 31, 2012

Friday Facts

Pictures I like20



1.  Dan Passed away last week:


About the power of friendship, love and messages from beyond!


2. A song:


3. A Quote:

“The truth is: Belonging starts with self-acceptance. Your level of belonging, in fact, can never be greater than your level of self-acceptance, because believing that you’re enough is what gives you the courage to be authentic, vulnerable
and imperfect. When we don’t have that, we shape-shift and turn into chameleons; we hustle for the worthiness we already possess.”

~Brene Brown


4. A PhotoQuote:

5.  Another Song;

 Another short set this week ….

but this week has been so full

still trying to figure out my schedule

with one in High School and one is Preschool …lol


6. Preschool !!!! :



Linking with:

friday favorite things | finding joy

Mommy's Idea    miscellany monday at lowercase letters

August 30, 2012

Monkey See Monkey Do


This reminded me of what I use to tell my son as he was  growing up.  He is now 25 yrs. old.  He did not like the fact that I could tell a lot about what was going on in his life by the friends he hung out with.  He has been saying for about a year now it is starting to make a lot of sense to me now.  He learned the lesson most of of us learn in life. We have a lot more acquaintances’ then we do true friends.

Like my Aunt use to say to me “Monkey see monkey do.”

We are so human that we have to choose carefully who we are around.

Happy Thursday! = )

August 29, 2012

Bible in a Nutshell


August 29, 2012

I Can’t Be In Touch With You

By Ruth Bebermeyer

I can’t be in touch with you when I’m not in touch with me.

I can’t see you when I’m looking for myself.

So if I seem to pass you blind, please try to keep in mind,

It isn’t you, it’s me I cannot find.

August 28, 2012

Jesus Facts


August 26, 2012

A Little Something

There’s always a little truth behind every "just kidding."

A little knowledge behind every "I don’t know."

A little emotion behind every "I don’t care."

A little love behind every "I hate you!"

A little uneasiness behind every "I’m okay."

A little pain behind every "forget it."

A little fear behind every "leave me alone."

A little hope behind every "goodbye."

And a little "something" behind every "nothing."

Author Unknown

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