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from keri smith. I love her! find her blog at kerismith.com

when we make a change, it's so easy to interpret our unsettledness as unhappiness, and our unhappiness as a result of having made the wrong decision. our mental and emotional states fluctuate madly when we make big changes in our lives, and somedays we could tight-rope across manhattan, and other days we are too weary to clean our teeth, this is normal. this is natural. this is change. - jeanette winterson

Oh my word! I so wish this was not so expensive. I would take 3...just to be certain i had one to share. Please Take Responsibility for the Energy You by barnowlprimitives, $75.00

Due to some recent issues with long time friends-or so I thought they were, someone gave me this quote to cheer me up...and tell me what a true friend really is...thanks!!

Exactly what I explained to my son this morning when he was complaining about being a safety patrol. I told him that things are not always about him and that it's about helping someone else. I let him know that being a safety patrol is a privilege denied to most and that he should have a positive outlook on it. :-)

  • Ashley Anderson

    Awww Alisa, do you miss me darling??? :*

  • Ember

    That statement about your son being in Safety Patrol reminds me of when I watched Diary of a Wimpy Kid and how they make "Safety Patrol" into a very important and special thing.

  • Ember

    Twinning with Diary of a Wimpy Kid! Being on Safety Patrol will be advantageous to him in the future! XD

  • Big Mama Smalls Farm

    This quote is soooo true !!!

Remember this, that very little is needed to make a happy life.

remember that nothing would get done at all if a person waited until he could do it so well that no one could find fault with it.

1. Some things can wait.2. Do little things as you go.3. Multitask. 4. Stay focused when it matters most.5. Delegate & ask for help {and then accept it}.6. Create a schedule. 7. Limit tv watching and internet searching.8. Let go of guilt.9. Grab hold of the really valuable moments.

Met the artist of this print at the Urban Craft Uprising this weekend. She's lovely, and her work is amazing!

This goes for anyone who treats you nicely, but is unkind to others.

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