When a nurse shared a picture of her daughter’s lemonade stand on Facebook, she didn’t expect that 30 bikers would come revving up on their block to drop by. It all began in September of last year when Daryn Sturch and her daughter, Bryanne, came across a serious accident involving multiple motorcycles on State Road
For some people, a $100 bill is just a regular bill bearing America’s founding father, Benjamin Franklin. But for the people of Oregon, a $100 is a beacon of hope, kindness, and gratitude. Bethany Wallace, who lives in Salem, Oregon, was on her routinary shopping trip to Fred Meyer together with her then 4-year-old child.
From my early age I couldn’t refer to the man who would be my step dad by his real name. His name was the name not to be spoken in front my father. According to my dad the man who took my mother away from him would be forever known as, The Ass. I just
Life is not a race-but indeed a journey. Be honest. Work hard. Be choosy. Say “thank you”. “I love you”, and “great job” to someone each day. Take time for prayer. Be thankful. Love your life and what you’ve been given, it is not accidental. Search for your purpose and do it as best you
GRATITUDE unlocks the fullness of life. It turns what we have into enough, and more. It turns denial into acceptance, chaos to order, confusion to clarity. It can turn a meal into a feast, a house into a home, a stranger into a friend. Gratitude makes sense of our past, brings peace for today and
I am thankful for nights that turned into mornings, friends that turned into family, and dreams that turned into reality. — Unknown NOW Available on Amazon: The Quotable Magnets!
How you begin your day can make your day, or break your day. Your attitude and your actions have a strong effect on your whole day. Begin with a smile, a calmness of mind and a heart filled with gratitude. A positive mindset that it’s going to be a wonderful day. — Unknown
“Don’t stay in the dark and count your woes. Step into the light and count your blessings.” — Sandra Kring
“As selfishness and complaint pervert the mind, so love with its joy clears and sharpens the vision. ” — Helen Keller