Who's here and let's please share one positive thing about our day. How's it going?
My day, my positive...Hmmmmm it's raining out, no that's not it. I have to bathe my dog, no no that's not good. Oh I get to hang out with you guys all day. There ya go! And I'm heading out for dinner tonight with some great friends, Very Positive!!
Life is too short, so kiss slowly, laugh insanely, love truly and forgive quickly. Author Unknown
Hello Chris honey *waving*, My positive for the day. I did toning exercises. I also put my candy away in the cupboard so that I wouldn't eat it. Lyrica has caused me to gain weight so now I need to cut down on my snacks, starting today.
Chris, enjoy your dinner tonight. hugs to everyone.
The world is round and the place which may seem like the end may also be only the beginning. ~Ivy Baker Priest
Hmmm...a positive? My first recruit sold over $100 so I earned a much needed bonus of $25 and my 2nd recruit from Sunday has sold over $100 already so I will also get a min bonus of $25 in two weeks as well!!! Now...I gotta sell too... Go Avon.
Hope is that thing with feathers that perches in the soul and sings the tune without the words and never stops... at all. ~Emily Dickinson
I had a very productive meeting with my counselor then made dinner for my hubbie and me. Matt complimented me on dinner, very sweet, and now we're watching The Unit. Having a good night. Take care my friends.
well for me its having a friend support me through a difficult time.Very understanding. Today my other friend not so understanding but I get to hang out with her for back to work shopping (clothes) then go out to eat.
The good news when I went to my eye appt this past monday, they were testing the left eye where I had a detachment from to see if we can improve the prescription from last year and boy it did. It blew the doc away how much it has healed up. So I get new glasses and will get a spare so In case i scratch it i will have a back up one. I am estactic that it could be improved that much.
And I thought I'd make my own fairy tale. Or my own tales, not just one big one, but many small ones, for every moment, for every day. One for the sun and one for the moon. For the snow and for the rain. The sea and the mountain and the prairie. The puppies and the kittens, the dolphins and the goldfish, the birds and the butterflies. The children playing and the children waiting to be born. And I'll put my tales in small blue and green and red and yellow and pink envelopes and stick tinsel on them and pin them all around the house. And you know what will happen? They'll start whispering to each other, making their own tales. With a happy ending, of course. All fairy tales have a happy ending.
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