It is not the fact that you fall down, nor how fast you get up, but the fact that you do, in fact, get up.
Author unknown, submitted by Kathleen L.
Today i am working on one of my future published books. I have found that working on a word processor is better as i can then focus on the writing and not the internet
I know it sounds yummy and hearty for my tummy
The house is enveloped with the wintry aroma of stove top bubbling chicken noodle soup. mmmh, i can taste the flavour in the smell. I am really cooking chicken noodle soup because i am a bit under the weather
I want some!
Tersha says this from time to time. I also say “Take a moment to really, i mean really taste the fruit, let it take you back to when you tasted it first, do you remember?”
Take time to smell the fruit you eat
Who said this, Tersha? Or where does it come from?
Or there’s also the maxim: “If at first you don’t succeed, destroy all evidence that you tried.”–Steven Wright.
oh my, I know the feeling… don’t do it any more, but…
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