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I am thankful for this broken sledgehammer. Yes, I’m thankful for this broken sledgehammer.
A friend of mine told me once about this notion of “quality time” and he said really “quality time” should be anytime that you can spend time with your children. It shouldn’t be that one special time you just set aside. And I agree with him. Those little things that you can do such as cutting firewood. To me, that’s quality time. Let me explain why.
If we only knew. I believe most parents love their children so much that they would do whatever it takes for them to be healthy and happy if they only knew what to do. Sometimes mistakes are made because a parent simply does not know any better.
We were FINALLY ready to begin our happily ever after. We never thought this day would come. People were so happy for us! We were happy! Our happily ever after was a reality! Or so we thought.
Love is important in parenting, but with the children of adoption it is not enough. We found out the hard way. I’m sharing our story with you because I don’t want you to find out like we did.
When you’re going through a storm in life, how do you feel? And how do you react to those storms in life? Maybe that storm is clearing the path for you.
You want to be able to look back on your life with few your regrets because you balanced your life with work and play.
What do you do when you’re stuck?
What do you do when you need to clear the cobwebs out of your head?
When you’re learning a new skill and you’ve been trying to get better at it for awhile, do you ever get frustrated and throw up your hands and say, “I CAN’T do this?” I know I have.
What do you do when you’re feeling down? What do you do when you’re feeling broken? I would like to suggest to you, maybe it’s time to smile.
There’s a great quote by Phyllis Diller. She said, “a smile is a curve that sets everything straight.” I think there’s a lot of truth in that. “A smile is a curve that sets everything straight.”
Have you ever said something like this? Well, I can’t do what he can do or I can’t do what she can do?
Welcome you to Episode Four of the Daily Doable. Today’s episode is entitled Do What YOU Can.
Who Do You Do Good To? Welcome you to Episode Three of the Daily Doable. Today’s episode is entitled Others.