Happy New Year! The first courage for the week in 2012:
Loved that. Happy New Year!!!!!!! :)
What a great post for the New Year - such a great reminder Meilssa! Printed it out and I'm posting it upon our desk area. Thank you!!
Great way to start off the New Year! I love that quote.
Love the quote and will print it to incorporate it some way in my home. Great way to start the new year. Love your blog and happy new year to your and your loved ones.
I tell my kids (ages 18 and 21) that all the time....Attitude is everything!!Thanks for the reminder!!
Happy New Year to you and your family ! I can not start to tell you how much I enjoy your Blog:):) I not sure now how I even found you ... Well cheers to you and please keep posting !! May 2012 be the best ever .. Sincerely ,Ann West
Thank you for posting this as it is so very true and I need constant reminding. I am sharing. . . .
Have you read the first presidency message yet?! It goes hand in hand with the quote you posted. Great minds think alike :) Happy 2012! :)
Thank you for this reminder!
Thank you so much for this, it is a perfect reminder to start the new year...may 2012 be a blessed year for all.
I love this! Thank you for the reminder!
What a FANTASTIC quote and reminder for us all as we begin a new year! Your weekly quotes lift my Spirit and lend me courage to think & act as if I were already my very BEST self...The way God sees & loves us. Thanks, Melissa and Happy New Year to you and your beautiful family!
Thank you, Esther!! All the best to you and your family as well.
No, but I need to. Thanks for letting me know...
Great quote! I love it! I think I'll print this one out. Happy New Year!LisaP.S. RABBIT!!
I so needed this today! I love it! Happy New Year from Stacey@RealSouthernLiving.com!
I have this quote hanging in my house and in my classroom...such a good reminder!
I love this quotation, Melissa! Hyman's Seafood in Charleston, SC has this printed on cards that they pass out; I think they use it as a company motto. Makes sense, huh?I thought of you tonight. I'd been wanting to watch IAWL all through the holiday season, and I just never got the chance. So this evening, while everyone else in my family was watching football, I just turned it on an watched it by myself. I think I should watch it every few months! What a wonderful reminder of all that's good and holy and worthy of my time and attention. And oh, did I think of you every time there was a reference to the old Granville House or 320 Sycamore. I can still remember the first time I saw the movie--I so wanted to be Mary Bailey, making a home for her family even in the toughest circumstances. We are blessed to have that dream fulfilled, aren't we?Love you!
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