Friday’s Quote From Martin Luther King Jr.

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A Beautiful Story In Pictures Via Mom

Every day – at the same time – she waits for him…
He comes… and they go for a walk
Wouldn’t it be great if we all had friends like this…no words needed…they just intuitively 
recognize the value of each other in their lives and act accordingly.

A Smile For Your Day From Wilma Askinas

A Thought For Your Monday

Peccadilloes – A-Z Challenge; P-Archives

Peccadilloes?
Yes, I
have a few 

Some
are kept
out of view

Others
are seen
that’s very true

I’ve
accepted them
how about you?

Teresa Marie  1/22/12 © 

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Lovely Blogger Award

Oh my goodness, Zoey & Gabby, I almost forgot about this.  

Please forgive me!

My two wonderful friends nominated me for this award
a couple of days ago and I completely spaced it out!!

 

Thank you so much to: http://autumnsunshineandgabrielleangel.wordpress.com/

I will have to put some thought into who
I will pass this one along to but I wanted to
first get this acknowledgement done and
send my thanks to my girls, you’re the best!  

Hugs, Terri

All – Love Letter Poem For Kelley

 

The world’s made up

of all different kinds 

From the ordinary people

to the “great minds”

Some who are short

where others are tall

Some of us round

while others are small

We see some people

bound to wheelchairs

While others are able

to climb the stairs 

With all different races

and nations and creed

It’s acceptance and kindness

that we all need

All of those living

here on the earth

Have a defined purpose

and measure of worth

And when for us

life’s over and done

All that will matter

is the judgement of One!

Teresa Marie  1/11/12 ©

The Love Letter requests for January are out:

Meet Kelley

If you ever known the “mean girls” and the trouble they cause, then this request will be a quick stitch on your heart today.

Kelley, 21, is going through a rough time—emotionally, socially and physically. Much of her drain comes from recent harassment by the “mean girls” at work who constantly harass Kelley about her weight, making it nearly impossible for her to feel comfortable or able to shine.  Kelley’s sister wrote in her love letter request, “She was always my strong, independent little sister, but now she is falling into a downward spiral. I can tell her she’s beautiful, that she’s smart, that she deserves the best out of life. But I think she needs to hear it from someone else.”

If you would like to join in on spreading some love around the world, click here:

http://www.moreloveletters.com/