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ONWARD AND UPWARD ~ When the Goin' Gets Tough the Tough Hang in There

Tuesday, June 18, 2013

Recently I am experiencing a little bout with my body and health. I had made some commitments which were easy enough to handle, but then a few wrenches got thrown into the works. Being one who doesn't take her commitments lightly, I fulfilled my commitments as well as taking care of the little emergencies that mosied their way into my life.

These are temporary set-backs and do not have to alter the course or goal of my life upon which I have embarked. Sometimes temporary set-backs may feel all is lost, so why continue. It doesn't have to be that way. In today's world there are so many extraordinary helps and aids that give us opportunities to succeed at accomplishing our goals. We may not arrive at them the way we started out, though that is not the determining factor. The goal remains and our focus should always be in completing that goal and using what we have in a creative means in order that we may complete that goal with success and pleasure that we gave it our very best.

The above image was one of my motivational pictures I chose for myself today. I hope it will inspire you too.

Here's to Sparkin' with you.....

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  • CRITCHFIELD1
    DeAnne, Thanks bunches!
    1195 days ago
  • DEEEBEE
    Love your attitude and optimism!

    Best to you!

    DeAnne, Missourians Team
    1197 days ago
  • STITCH4EVER
    YUP! I AGREE. BUT THOSE TINY CHANGES CAN ADD UP TO A HUGE DIFFERENCE. WHAT I HATE IS WHEN MEDICATIONS HAVE TO BE ADDED THAT CAUSE WEIGHT GAINS. FOR ME IT'S STEROIDS. NOW THEY HAVE ADDED ANOTHER AND I LOOK LIKE A MOONCHILD. SOMEONE ASKED ME IF I HAD THE MUMPS. DOES NO ONE UNDERSTAND?
    ERIN
    1197 days ago
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