Thursday, December 15, 2016

Holiday Words Of Wisdom

I'm in a rush today, so I'll leave you with these words of wisdom. From a tree, no less...



Now that I'm in the 50s club, I'm a little droopy. And slightly tilted *snort*

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  1. Be the best TREE we can be!!

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  2. That is great advice from a tree! My garland is a little droopy here, but at least it sparkles occasionally :) Have a great day!

    betty

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  3. Reminds me of the Giving Tree by Shel Silverstein...

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    1. I know it but I haven't read it. I should check it out next time I'm at the bookstore.

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  4. I love the adding glitter. That's brilliant.

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    1. It is, isn't it? A little glitter makes it all shiny.

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  5. Don't know what's more amusing; my tilt or my droop! I guess I need more glitter!

    Good post.

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    1. Both are, Toni. Tilting and drooping go well together :)

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  6. Very good. I'm droopy, too.

    Love,
    Janie

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  7. That is great! Isn't everyone a little tilted in some way?

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  8. Hey, let's just celebrate our droopiness!! Good advice, Martha. -Jenn

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  9. Wise words from a tree ...!

    All the best Jan

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  10. Let's all go full tilt! We have to keep moving particularly when we're ove 50!!!

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  11. I was added to the droopy club in my 30's. I can thank breastfeeding for that. And I wouldn't change a thing.

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  12. At least cats don't try to attack you. That would be terrible

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  13. I love this! I am pretty droopy myself :)

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  14. I fondly remember my 50's - started with one grandkid at 52....and then bam - eight more came along while I wasn't looking. My 50's are way done and over and I have to say - I totally enjoyed my 40's more than my 50's.

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    1. So many grankids...that is wonderful, Sandy! I can't imagine how much joy that brings you.

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  15. you are very smart lady as you left to the book store leaving behind such a short post with huge BEAUTIFUL message or messages i would say!
    each is remarkable but loved the last line most because i am since early age a very down to earth person who wants little with simple sources and live each moment as it is last .
    i am five years away to get in fifties and as time is coming quickly to get down i am loving the journey and enjoying it with more greed of feeling "ALIVE"
    hugs!

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    1. Good for you, Baili! It's the little things that are the best and the journey is to be enjoyed along the way.

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