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Friday, July 20, 2012

Recapture the Idle Days of Summer

Photography by SRG

Remember those Care-free Days of Childhood?

Amid the haste of daily life, do you long for a return to days gone past?

Why not take the time NOW to renew your spirit, recapture the idle days of summer, and find time to re-live the care-free days of childhood.

Chose Peace and Contentment

You are where you are today because of the choices you made in the past. Where you end up tomorrow will be the result of the choices you make for yourself today. Choose to relax into the present moment and find your sense of peace and contentment.

Rekindle Your Innocence
  • Use quiet moments to reflect on life's possibilities instead of life's limitations. 
  • Reach out to others in support and friendship instead of focusing on things that are disappointing. 
  • Wake up each morning with a full heart and a deep love for ALL.

Plenty of people miss their share of happiness,

not because they never found it,

but because they didn't stop to enjoy it.

William Feather

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moey said...

thanks susan... headed for the hammock~~!!!

Susan J Meyerott, M.S. said...

Now get other people to head for the hammock too!

Jean | Delightful Repast said...

Mmmmm ... sigh ... maybe I'll take a cup of tea out to the gazebo today and just listen to the birds and admire the view. (I'll squint my eyes so I'll just see the overall prettiness instead of picking out all the spots that need weeding!)

Susan J Meyerott, M.S. said...

Jean you only add to the picture of relaxation. You are always so good at painting a picture. Today, I need to go out and spot the weeds. It will be relaxing though! Since my husband refers to me as a weed (because my interests spread out all over the place) I guess you could say weeding for me is part of self-care!