I get to see this little fellow who is growing up way to quick in about two months.This is my nephew Jake.
Here is some words of advice that I needed to hear today from Melody Beattie from the book The Language of Letting Go.I found this on Lucy's blog and thought I would share it with you.Lucy always has such good stuff on her blog.
Live Big!! Sometimes, that's the best advice we can hear. Win or lose succeed or fail, go for it, and go all the way. As my flight instructor told me on the first day of flying lessons, "Keep one hand on the throttle and one hand on the yoke." "Aahhhhh!" I would say during my early lessons as the plane lifted into the air, but I kept the throttle pushed all the way in.There are times when it's wise to be cautious. And there are times when the best thing we can do - the only thing we can do - is go for it by living big. Ask her out. Request the raise. Say no - and mean it. Learn to drive a racecar or climb a tall hill. Learn to snorkel or surf. Dreams remain dreams until you act upon them. Then they become real life.Will you throw a few coins into the beggar's cup, or will you bring him a hamburger and fries from the local fast-food place? Will you do an average job at work, or will you look for ways to go big - really give it your best - in the everyday areas of your job? Will you put your all - your heart and emotions - into the relationship with the people you love? Will you wait for another, more convenient time to pray, or will you start genuinely trusting God?You don't have to get a life. You've already got one. Live it, and live big. blog.
I want to stay here for my birthday or anniversary Treesort I have always had a thing for them.It is in Cave Junction Ore and so Oregon.
I want to learn to knit and handspinning is pretty big out here. Oregon has a lot of sheep.LOL. I didn't know that one of the realy good spinning ,fiber shops with classes is just right in my backyard in Carlton. The name is Woolworks who knows I might even take some classes.I found this thru this very quirky but inspiring blog from a fellow Oregonian Life In Color she lives in Salem and has the same thrifty nature as me.