courage for the week 1.6.12




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13 comments:

  1. melissa*320 sycamore1/8/14, 2:17 PM

    She didn't, but I've heard it! Such a funny expression :)

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  2. This is SO true!  As my grandmother used to say, "Darn tootin'!"  (Did anyone else's grandmother say that?)

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  3. Holy cats!  I sure needed to read this today... thank you.

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  4. Glad you shared this Melissa.  Something to ponder entering into the New Year!

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  5. Teresa Andersen1/18/14, 9:45 AM

    Very true.  Thanks for posting this...Have a lovely Sunday

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  6. Momofmanygreggs1/18/14, 9:45 AM

    This courage for the week was really great. I, too, needed to read this as I have been comparing myself way too much with others, and what I perceive their parenting/home making/blogging abilities to be against my own. When I do this I not only set myself up for failure, but I lose some of the sparkle that sets me apart from everyone else in this world of ours. Thank you for bringing me back to reality.

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  7. "Comparison is the thief of Joy" ~ (said to be written by) Theodore Roosevelt 
    No matter who said or wrote it, I need this tattooed on my forehead.  Thanks for the reminder!

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  8. Great quote.

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  9. You find the best quotes EVER!  I love this and needed it today.  Thank you so much Melissa.

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  10. My kids actually like the big carrots better.  They won't really eat the little ones.  Funny. . .they don't know they are saving mom money. 

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  11. Melissa, you seem to pick quotes that I need to read at the time you post them.  Thank you for this, it really picked up my week when I was feeling a bit down and a bit worthless.   Thanks, again

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