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A new day

Thursday, August 30, 2012

I'm so glad that each day comes with a freshness, with a "start over" if we need it. I'm SO happy we don't have days like in the movie of "Groundhog Day".....total repeats!

Each day is filled with new opportunities for success, for fun, to spend with friends & family. How awesome is that?

While I know we all, from time to time, have hard days that cause us to focus on our failures, or bad events OR whatever, it's good to know that we don't have to STAY there, it's just a momentary short visit.

My life has been filled with lots of beautiful days that far outweigh the bad ones for sure. I think IF we all look back we can see how even those BAD days, when looked through the lens of personal growth were rough, but what we learned is usually priceless. I guess I'm trying to say that each is filled with opportunities to grow, to learn, to be blessed.

AND today is a new day - I've struggled with some sadness for a few days, but woke up today realizing it's a new day! Woo hoo!

I certainly hope you enjoy this day in every way!
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  • JIBBIE49
    I think about how short our lives our since I'm 63 and I appreciate each day.
    1486 days ago
  • MNABOY
    Amen. However, if I had a "groundhog Day" experience I wonder how many days it would take for me to get it right?
    1487 days ago
  • DUXGRL1
    Love that new day thing!
    1487 days ago
  • LADYGSC
    Yes I try to stay positive and so glad I have the Lord for my joy and peace, there is nothing like it! Giving my life to Jesus was the best thing I've ever done for me!! Be blessed and keep on sparking!!!
    1487 days ago
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    Glad you're feeling better!
    1487 days ago
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