Happy Monday y’all! 😀
I hope this is your week to be strong and get stuff done!
Happy 1st Hump Day of 2019!
I know many of you may be back to work after a few days off but…at least it’s Wednesday! Make the best of making money today. 🙂
New Year’s Day is always a day of reflection, eating pork and sauerkraut, being lazy, family, football, and the Rose Parade for me. I still find my inner kid being sad that the big holiday season is gone already. That is something that never seems to change.
I am hoping that 2019 brings wonderful things for this Earth and all of us.
Remember, you are NOT alone!! Until next time– Jenn 💜😋☀️🐾
I will attempt to blog more consistently in the New year once I can breathe again.
Here’s to a better 2019 to all of us. Especially, those of you affected like we have been.
Please be kind this Christmas season and ALWAYS. You truly have no idea what people are going through!!!
Author: Catherine Pulsifer, © 2007
For as long as I can remember, my aunt had stained glass hanging in her window. She had pieces from all over the world, each one handcrafted by a stained glass artist.
She had small ones and larger ones, all created by various artists. They were beautiful to look at and when the sun hit them there brilliance shone through.
She loved them all, but there was one piece that hung in her kitchen window and she often referred to it as her “motivational stained glass”. She told me that she hung this particular piece in her kitchen window where she would see it every day.
The stained glass piece, which she was referring to, was a rainbow. And on the rainbow someone had written the saying:
“Remember, to make rainbows you need sun and rain.”
The motivational stained glass piece was one of the smaller pieces of her wonderful collection and was certainly not the most beautiful piece. I asked her why she kept it there. She said it gave her motivation on days when presented challenges. It reminded her that we need to have some bad times to appreciate the good times. And, on the days when life was good, it always reminded her that life doesn’t get any better than this.
She said that in life we sometimes need small reminders to stay focused on the more important things in life. And, this piece of stain glass was her reminder that even when things were difficult the rainbow was there and would come out to shine.
I was at our local farmers market and found a stained glass rainbow similar to the one my aunt had hanging in her window. The one I bought did not have the saying on it, but every time I look at it I can remember my aunt’s words and the saying. . .
“To make rainbows you need sun and rain”.
Julie Hebert, © 2012
There is always something good,
In everything in life.
We may not realize it at first,
And it may feel like strife.
So what we need to do,
When something comes our way.
Is take a look at all the sides,
And find the good to say.
In every situation,
No matter what first appears.
Find the good that is always there,
And change that fear to cheer.
If you find the good that’s there,
And always remember to do.
Life will be much happier,
And problems won’t seem so blue.
Thanksgiving for me is the Macy’s Day Parade, pumpkin pie, family, feeling lazy and being thankful.
Whatever Thanksgiving is or is not to you enjoy the day doing your own thing.
Today’s random thoughts include:
Remember, you are NOT alone! Until next time — Jenn 💜