Thought For The Day

I dedicate this to all my blogging friends who have helped me and inspired me and comforted me through my dark times and those times when my sense of creativity has been seriously challenged. Thank you every one of you.

I found this on Facebook on “Motivational Pictures” page. Why not drop by and see what else they are saying?


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  1. It was only a few days ago that I said to Jen: We don’t live in a vacuum; our life has a ripple affect that touches others.

    There will be times when we pick someone up, and times when they will carry us.

    This is how life and love survive.

    Blessings – Maxi


  2. Thank God your light still shines bright and can be seen around the world through your blog posts. I feel honoured to have been there to share the bright times and to help re-kindle the spark at times when it so nearly went out.


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