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A Season of Hope & Gratitude

The main thing I have learned from SparkPeople is to take things slow. It is such a simple lesson it is an easy one to skip over, not even realizing sometimes that that is what is happening.

2015. Slow down, utilize the lessons taught and learned, and live in the moment. Appreciate the time God has given us on this planet. Appreciate family, friends, sufferings and things we wonder what we did to deserve them.
The main thing I have learned from SparkPeople is to take things slow. It is such a simple lesson it is an easy one to skip over, not even realizing sometimes that that is what is happening.

2015. Slow down, utilize the lessons taught and learned, and live in the moment. Appreciate the time God has given us on this planet. Appreciate family, friends, sufferings and things we wonder what we did to deserve them.


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Member Since: 5/2/2011

My Goals:
Long Term: Healthy BMI.

Short Term: Adjust to better eating habits.

My Program:
Skinny Fiber Supplements. whooo hooo do they ever work!

South Beach program which is diabetic friendly.

Personal Information:
57 yr old granny of 12. Another leaf on the family tree due in February!


We also have a special 'button' in our life that just boosts our spirits.


Other Information:
Training a mixed breed puppy.

Crocheting and card making

Learning to cane chair seats and backs.

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IAM_HIS
1/26/2015 5:49:50 PM

It's Monday and just think, something amazing is going to happen this week! God has awesome things planned for you! However, sometimes we don't recognize them at first. emoticon HAVE A GREAT DAY



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ONEOFSIXM
1/25/2015 5:44:15 PM

Loved your introduction on taking things slow. I need to practice this more often.



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MCJULIEO
1/25/2015 9:28:19 AM

And thank you so much for the lovely Spark bouquet! I am blessed!



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MCJULIEO
1/25/2015 9:24:53 AM

You are so welcome.... good luck with your tires! emoticon



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IAM_HIS
1/24/2015 12:48:38 PM

"The purpose of life is to matter, to count, to stand for something; to have it make some difference that we lived at all."--Leo Rosten

If the only way to make life worth living is to make every day count for something truly special, why do so many people allow so many days to slip slide away, inadvertently permitting the best of times to pass them by as well? Good question; yet the answers are never so easy.

More likely than not, they don't see themselves as a person who comes out on top; a winner who deserves to live life to its fullest. Yet that is precisely what our Creator made each and every one of us to be. A winner worthy of enjoying the greatest treasures life offers up daily. None of us, not even one of us, is incapable of coming out on top.

But we need to face the music here; the only way we're going to make our lives everything we have ever imagined they could be and should be is to stop counting those days as they pass us by and instead start making the days count right here and right now. We need them to count for something super extraordinary, something super sensational and something that words alone can never express.

Time after time, the only difference between living your life the way it was meant to be lived and living a life that consistently comes up short is whether or not you really made a difference. So why not make that big difference by making a difference in the way you utilize your days, starting right now?



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