Tuesday, June 5, 2018

A Thing or Two

I think we all need to be reminded at times, that we are really doing OK.  Sometimes we get all caught up in life and expectations (usually our own) and forget - we are OK.
Each and every day that you wake up is a new beginning and a gift.

If you need to save more - you can.
If you need to be more loyal - you can.
If you need to play more - you can.
If you need to use less - you can.
If you need to pray more - you can.
YOU CAN do whatever is needed.  You just need to try!

Life is a schoolroom and we are the students.  We should be learning all the time.  In my opinion if we aren't learning - then we really aren't living.

I saw a sign the other that said "If you want to be successful at life - you have to try".  Aint it the truth.  Nobody is going to do it for you.  It is a journey you have to take.

Baby steps - that is all it takes.  It is not a race.  Do little bits here and there and your own pace, and eventually you win.  Don't compete against others - it's all you.

You can save change or dollars or fives - whatever works for you.  Just do something.
You can tackle the yard/garden a little each day - it isn't going any where.  You will get there.
You can reinforce the positive in your life once a day - it will eventually  stick in your mind.
You can be kind to someone else - it comes back to you BELIEVE ME!!!

Always remember what you have come through in this life - whether it be illness, loss of love ones,  divorce, abuse, etc..  YOU ARE STILL HERE - YOU MADE IT!
Look forward to tomorrow and strive for it to be the best.
Yesterday is gone and can't be changed.



  1. You're so right, Cheryl. No one is going to do it for you. We all need to be doing for ourselves. :)

    1. Sometimes we wish someone else could - but they can't.
      We make our own way!

  2. Thank you, Cheryl. How did you know my heart needed this today? Have a blessed week.

    1. I do believe God moves us to do what we need to do at every given moment.
      He saw your need - and guided me.
      God bless.

  3. Thanks Cheryl, this is my anthem for 2018, may it continue on into the next decades ahead of me!