This morning I found this song called Hello Hurricane. It reminds me that no matter what storm we are facing in our lives, it cannot silence our love. “Hello hurricane / I’ve got doors and windows boarded up / All your dead end fury is not enough” https://youtu.be/7Era-UhFAeQ
What are you focusing on?
This week’s song of the week reminds us that love will save the day. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pO40TcKa_5U&feature=youtu.be
When I was a kid we would play a game to build our vocabulary. I remember V being for vegetables and victory and a few other words. It was fun to be able to say that V is for V shaped. I love the shape of our V-Shaped Baking Pan Set for a few reasons.Continue reading “V IS FOR THE V-SHAPED BAKING PAN SET”
If you are looking for a product that will steal your heart, then our new quick cooker it is. In all honestly, it was one of those products I looked at suspiciously until I tried it and then I was hooked. There is something about quick and cooking which is both appealing and questionable atContinue reading “Q IS FOR QUICK COOKER”
Do you have the will to achieve what you are seeking to accomplish?
this week’s song of the week by Josh Groban reminds us that we are the strongest when we allow our Higher Power to lift us up and enable us to be more then we can envision ourselves as. “I am strong when I am on your shoulders; You raise me up to more than IContinue reading “SONG OF THE WEEK”
What doesn’t kill you makes you stronger. Stand a little taller. This is the message in this week’s song of the week https://youtu.be/Xn676-fLq7I
Everything you need to succeed in life is already within you. Stop looking outside for what is already buried within you. Dig deep within yourself and you will unearth all kinds of hidden treasures.
“Hear me, four quarters of the world – a relative I am! Give me the strength to walk the soft earth, a relative to all that is! Give me the eyes to see and the strength to understand, that I may be like you. With your power only can I face the winds.” Black ElkContinue reading “Thought for the day”