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My tip this week ; as you go thru the week try to be a little kinder, maybe a little more thoughtful of others. It’s amazing how it will make you feel!
Today is my final installment of a month of Sunday blogs on things to be thankful for. I’m thankful to wake up each morning and know I will have enough to eat for the day. When I go to sleep tonight I will not have hunger pains in my tummy.
There are so many people of all ages and abandoned animals that can not say the same.
Sometimes we all forget just how fortunate we are to have enough to eat, and we forget about those that struggle each day to stretch their meager food supplies to meet the
needs of their families. There are many dogs and cats searching in trash cans
and gutters for scraps to eat. I do not say this to make anyone feel bad that
they have enough food everyday, I just want us all to be thankful that we are so
When your local food bank or animal shelter is having a food drive, try to donate something to the cause. No item is too small to give, anything will help those less fortunate.
When you sit down to Thanksgiving Dinner remember what Thanksgiving is all about, and be truly thankful. I could go on and on for many more Sundays about things I’m thankful for but I think you get the idea. Things may get really tough sometimes but we still have a lot to be thankful for. Life itself is a gift.
I hope all of you have a wonderful, delicious Thanksgiving!
My tip this week: live your life to the fullest; and don’t sweat the small stuff!
little black dog
You can purchase special heating pads that are compatible for some houses.
- size of your dog,
- climate of the area you live in, and
- of course, comfort and affordability.
My tip this week:If you are fortunate enough to have family and friends, let them know you are thankful to have them in your life.
His friend, Modo, knew what it was like to be without a family until
Shredder’s cousins adopted him; and now he has a loving family too, not to
mention a great pal like Shredder
My tip this week; Don’t take anything for granted. Find something (no matter how big or small) to be thankful for.
Many pet owners will be dressing up their dogs and cats as well. Please remember if you like to do that to make sure the costume is comfortable for your dog/cat. Some parts of the country are still too warm for your pet to be dressed up in heavy costumes, so keep that in mind.
My tip this week: Strive to be an honest person. You’ll earn the respect of those close to you and also those who you interact with daily.
your friend’s feelings at times? Sometimes we think a little white lie might spare someone pain and suffering? All too often the truth eventually comes out, and the pain and suffering it causes is then made worse than if the truth were told in the beginning. It’s hard to know which politicians you can believe in. Many start out with noble intentions only to find out how difficult it is to stay 100% honest in a profession that is riddled with cheating, lying, covering up mistakes and such. Many business leaders who are competing for your patronage in a stiff economy may find it difficult to not give in and use less than honest marketing strategies.
Romeos’ Tip of the Week: Keep memories as a part of your life not your entire life( it’s a healthier way to live).
Memories: holding on to them, is it a good thing or a bad thing to do?
Naturally, we want to hold on to those special memories, you know, the ones that bring a smile to your face,
joy in your heart, a bit of laughter and peace to you. But what about the painful ones? Where do they belong? We all have them. I believe the best place for those memories is for them to stay in the past. Yes it is sometimes difficult to do but holding on to painful memories can get in the way of making happy ones. It is also
possible for happy memories to get in the way of the present when we spend each day remembering how it was or could still be, if only…
Life is ever changing and we have to adapt to those changes and live in the present or run the risk of being lost in the past. With social media being so popular these days, making it easier than ever to reconnect with people, places and things of our past, we need to be cautious about how we use this tool and what we do with the information we find.
It’s wonderful to reconnect with our school pals and take a trip down memory lane with them but be careful
not to jeopardize the life you are living, now, in the present. Memories are wonderful to keep and bring them out when you need them. Cherished memories can sometimes get us through dark rough patches in our life. As we get older and slow down a bit it’s great to have memorable times to reminisce about especially
with someone that we’ve shared some of those times with.
My tip this week: keep memories as a part of your life not your entire life( it’s a healthier way to live).
Have a great week!
Romeo the little black dog
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