Saturday, November 13, 2010

What Am I Grateful For This Week ...

Words ... words are all I have to take your heart away!

Remember this beautiful line? Was just singing along to it as it was played over the radio.  Doesn't it melt your heart into a squeezy squashy mashed potato? But words, laid in the most sweetest encouraging manner like the above, can do wonders to make your day seem a whole lot better or take your mind off your most flustered moments. It does for me many times over, especially so when they come from friends and loved ones.

In return, I only hope to be able to do the same for anyone who seeks comfort in their dire time or anyone who seeks encouragement in the face of challenges or anyone who seeks motivation in their quests to change their outlook, their personality or their life or simply ...  anyone who cares to listen!

I am so grateful that I've been given the opportunity to help others feel happy through my spoken and written lines of words ... it's one of the greatest feelings ever because I know I've made a difference somewhere somehow.

Let's Be Thankful!

4 Bubbles:


Seeking comfort can be difficult. Somewhere along the line I picked up the idea I should offer it but not admit I need it too...which is crazy. We all need comfort at one time or another. It's nice to know it's available here. =)

Same same here Rick. We are all here to support one another, though the physical presence is absent, the spirit and passion is still as strong, maybe sometimes even stronger.

I wish extend my utmost thanks to you for your ever unwavering supporting words and presence. Cheers!

Wenny in our regular hurry and worry, yes sometimes we need inspiring words from our friends and I am blessed and know you are always there to touch my heart in a special way!
Yes you make me feel happy every time I visited you or you visited me, your are one of my precious Philosopher's Stone!
Love Always

alwayswinner786 ... how i wish i could know your real name. Your blog never fails to keep me grounded, to remind me where I've been, where I am now and what's needed to bring me forward ... thank you always!