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Summer 2010 069
Wild Hydragea

I haven't made the most of Monday this week or the last Monday or probably, even the Monday before that so today, I'm going to make the most of Wednesday. I don't often find myself getting too personal here at Vintage Indie, but some days I simply must. I hope this is OK with you.

Some days I feel so full, that it overflows and I need to share it with you. I want you to know that there is a true real person behind this screen. A person who has dreams, aspirations, difficulties and tough situations just like the rest of you. A person who cares. A person who wants to do good for others. A person with a truly tender heart for others. There are so many people in my life, including people of whom I've never met who have truly touched my life. They have inspired me in various ways to be a better wife, mom and friend. They've inspired me to be true to myself and comfortable in my own skin.

I believe that God has placed these people in my life for a reason.  I truly believe that He has a plan for all of our lives and I have to thank Him, my Heavenly Father for the special path he's paved just for me. 

Today I woke up with peace and joy. Overflowing JOY. This isn't the kind of joy or happiness that you can buy, I'm talking about real joy. It's not even something that happens very often, but when it does it is some-kind-of-special. I wrote about it awhile back over at my church website. If you're in need of some uplifting real joy and peace, I encourage you to have a read. If not, it's no big deal. I just want to encourage you to make the most of this Wednesday, today, right where you are at no matter what your situation is.

Start today with a giving spirit and try to make the most of this day, by showing kindness and even love to others, even when they don't deserve it.

Have a great day,




Good advice its so important to be reminded of, Thank You.

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