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Saturday, March 29, 2014

Thought for the Day!!

Hope all of you have a wonderful Saturday and the beginning of a lovely weekend!  Remember to smile, to laugh and to enjoy!!

13 comments:

Ugich Konitari said...

You know what ? I needed to read that . ...... Sometimes friends post the damnedest things..

Jo said...

You always hit the nail on the head, Sylvia. Excellent motivational quote! Hope you're having a really great Saturday; Jo

Lowell said...

I woke up this morning feeling kinda pissy, so your post had a way of putting things in perspective.

Hope your weekend is filled with all kinds of good stuff! And nice weather!

Yamini MacLean said...

Hari OM
A good reminder; so far this morning I have had a good laugh, lots of smiles and been enjoying myself... so far so good!!! Hope it's working your side too. YAM xx

Karen said...

I agree! I'm always thankful when I wake up in the morning! Have a great weekend Sylvia!

PerthDailyPhoto said...

Brilliant message Sylvia, so positive. You have a wonderful weekend also.

Oman said...

Amen to that Sylvia, your wisdom always brightens my day :) Thanks.

TexWisGirl said...

lovely, sylvia. thanks for sharing.

Betty Manousos said...

this is so inspiring, sylvia!
thanks for sharing.
happy saturday/weekend!
xo

Al said...

A pretty photo and a perfect quote. Thanks for asking, Sylvia, I'm fine. I'm just extremely busy at the moment - I haven't had more than a few spare hours, total, for the last several weeks. Some big life changes are in the works, hopefully for the better!

Sandy Carlson said...

Thanks for this, Sylvia.

magiceye said...

Absolutely!!

Have a super weekend!!

Reader Wil said...

In other words:" No complaining"...,
Thanks for the wise words, as always! I wish you à great new week.

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