Where are you Shoko? SILENCE Guess, she’s gone outside.
There you are rolling in the flower garden. Well, ya, the dirt is nice and warm. You really ought to try it mom.
Thanks, Shoks but this weeding has to be done. Aww…you really do miss out on the finer things in life cause you have to do silly cwap. The weeds just come back again.
Today is Annie from McGuffy’s Reader’s positive message day. Let’s get some pictures of Mother Nature’s gifts to us, Shoko. I don’t think so, mom. I’m pretty happy here. You won’t screw up the pictures to badly without me so show me your stuff.
Annie of McGuffy’s Reader thought a positive note to start the week would give us all a boost. I agree and here is my way to help you start the week.
Annie of McGuffy’s Reader started Sparks to provide us with a positive start to the week. While we are looking for positive thoughts for the post, we run across hundreds of positive sayings to choose from. So join us and enter a Spark on your blog so you will be filled with positive ideas.
Have a positive week.
McGuffy’s Reader thinks the week should start with a very pleasant quote to guide us through the week, we agree. Click on McGuffy’s Reader and we carried to their blog and enjoy other Sparks.
Have you ever looked at a problem every which way you can and found no solution but when you go away and then come back to it you see the answer. You have changed the way you look at the problem. Life is like that. Be flexible and enjoy the challenges.
Annie from McGuffy’s Reader is starting the week with a positive thought called Sparks.
It’s not straw hat weather around here but I want to wear my straw hat and be me.
Annie of McGuffy’s Reader thought it would be a perfect idea to start our week with a positive thought. We couldn’t agree more.
We think that a good night’s sleep is the best remedy for one’s thinking processes. Everything seems fresher and more simplified after a good night’s sleep.
When sleep gently caresses our eyes we fall into her embrace.
Let’s start the week with a positive thought by Joining Annie from McGuffy’s Reader and her Sparks.
This last week has been a very painful reminder of the extent of my RA. Positive thinking was out the window as the best I could do was hold on and ride it out. However, when the flare started to settle….the day was so sunny, everything seemed brighter and clearer…. more alive, welcoming and calm. Do we need to see hell in order to appreciate our surroundings? Yes, a look at the worst life can throw at us can show let the beauty we see every day shine through.
Have a super start to the week friends.
Shoko get away from the prayer plant. Mom doesn’t want teeth marks in her new plant. Just examining it for bugs. Some of these bugs can be pretty small and annoying. Like yourself, perhaps? That’s not funny Kali…..I’m being helpful. That’s true Shoko and I’m sorry for my lack of grace. I must’ve been in your company too long.
You know Kali, this Prayer Plant needs to be repotted….like now! It’s very root bound. How can I get mom’s attention so she’ll repot this Prayer plant.
Is this close enough to the edge of the counter, Kali? I think that did it Shoko, she’s getting the dirt and a new pot.
Mom found a baby plant in the Prayer plant and divided it from the big Prayer plant. Now they each have a new home.
Mondays are McGuffy’s Reader‘s day for spreading some positive thoughts into our environment.
Our positive thought involves the Prayer plant.
My positive attitude that the prayer plant needed repotting led to mom seeing that the prayer plant did indeed need repotting and her finding a baby plant as a positive outcome.
Talk with a stranger as you walk down the street. You may be the first to speak to him all day.