“If you can’t tell whether your glass is half-empty or half-full, you don’t need another glass; what you need is better eyesight…..and a more thankful heart.” ~Marie T. Freeman
I wish for happiness and kindness to touch your days.
Lest We Forget
Remembering all those who have made sacrifices, especially those who gave their lives, so that the rest of us could live in freedom.
~Source: We Remember
I Don’t Think of All The
But of the
That Still Remains
In marriage, the little things are the big things.
It’s never being too old to hold hands.
It’s remembering to say, “I love you” at the end of the day.
It’s never going to bed angry.
It’s speaking words of appreciation and demonstrating gratitude in thoughtful ways.
It is having the capacity to forgive and forget.
It is giving each other a safe place in which to grow.
~Wilferd E. Pet
The secret to a Good Life is to never stop~
Smiling. Dreaming. Loving. Hugging. Holding.
Searching. Thanking. Feeling. Learning. Playing.
Laughing. Thinking. Wishing. Forgiving. Healing.
Expressing. Appreciating. Believing. Cherishing.
Creating. Hoping. Living.
~Source: Positivity Toolbox
You Possess the Seeds of Happiness.
There is so much to be grateful for in our life. One more I would like to add to that list is, ‘never forget to pray’. I don’t preach religion to anyone as I do feel it is a personal choice if you choose to believe or not believe. I do believe in God~ I do believe in prayer~
I also believe in Heaven~
Have a blessed day.
Happy Birthday to my Angel Momma.
Always in my heart~
Moms give the best hugs~
My precious Momma in her younger days.
I miss you deeply. I feel you around me and truly believe you are watching over me. It warms my heart to look at your photos and talk to you. Today I know you are enjoying your strawberry sundae that you just loved. It makes me happy to know you and Dad are together now. Thank-you for being a special Mom.
Happy Birthday Mommy.
I love you so much~ Your baby girl.
I’m sending you good wishes
as bright as Easter Flowers.
~Source: Happy Easter
Easter spells out beauty, the rare
beauty of new life. ~D. Gordon
The story of Easter is the story of God’s
wonderful window of divine surprise.
Spices for Weight Loss
1. Cinnamon~ Helps reduce blood sugar and helps carbs process healthier.
2.Cayenne Pepper~ Contains capsaicin which burns fat.
3. Mustard Seed~ Boosts metabolism 20-25% for several hours after consumption.
4. Ginger~ Acts as diuretic, improves gastric mobility, hinders cholesterol absorption.
5. Black Pepper~ Boosts metabolism, helps digestion, and aids nutrient absorption.
~Source: Herbal Medicine and Home Remedies
I really like to try different spices on my foods, as they add more flavour. Ginger is one I use all the time. I buy Ginger Root and cut it up in tiny pieces or grate it onto my cereal. It is hot, so love to take a bite of it with a piece of orange.
I was also told that Ginger Root is terrific for inflammation in the body. My upper back, neck and shoulder still aggravate me due to a car accident a few years back. I am hoping the ginger root will do some good for my health issues.
Please remember, if you are under a doctor’s care to talk it over with him/her before you try anything new.
Have a wonderful weekend and thank-you for visiting my blog today.
“Life is a gift.”~Maya Angelou
~Source: Attitude of Gratitude
“And In The End, It’s Not The Years In Your Life That Count. It’s The Life In Your Years.” ~Abraham Lincoln~
This quote had me thinking while at the gym early this morning.
I was being grateful that at 60 years of age I am able to workout like I do. In the end I hope it will continue to put “life in my years”.
Have a wonderful Monday and please remember you are never to old to do some kind of exercise. Please, If you are new to exercise, always talk it over with your doctor before starting any kind of fitness program.
Thank-you so much to all my followers. Thank-you to anyone that has commented or just take a peek at what I am up to. I appreciate it all. I like the ‘likes’. It puts a smile on my face. Life moves too fast at times. It doesn’t seem like I have been having fun with my blog for a year now.
My top commenters in 2012: thank-you to all of you and please take a moment to visit their beautiful blogs. It means so much.
2. Thank-you Granbree/Rose (I miss you)
My most viewed post in 2012 was http://positiveboomer.net/2012/06/09/written-by-a-90-year-old/ It is beautiful ‘life tips’ written by a 90 year old woman. If you haven’t read it as of yet, I promise it will touch your heart.
I am looking forward to more learning as 2013 moves along. Happy New Year Everybody.
~Thank-you Word Press~