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Wednesday, November 4, 2009

A Not Entirely Wordless Wednesday





May we all take each day as a precious gift, use it wisely, savor it, go slowly and consciously through it, but always going forward, may we recognize the small treasures of the day that make it special, may we find something each day to be thankful for and may we bring out the best in ourselves to meet each day.

10 comments:

Stubby said...

Hi dw! I love the pretty fall pictures. We still have some trees with leaves on them, but most trees are already bare.

Each day is a precious gift but sometimes we need to be reminded of it, so thank you. You put into words what I can only tell Mom with my eyes. She see me and reads you so the message is clear.

Stubby xoxo

Tweedles -- that's me... said...

Thank you for stopping to remind us to stop - take a breath- and enjoy each day.
love
tweedles

Benny and Lily said...

Nice.........
Benny & Lily

Arlo the Pug said...

thank you for that post...i needed reminding. and such beautiful pictures, too!

Hank said...

Nice pitchers and good reminder, D Dubya, honey.

Heather and Walter said...

I couldn't agree more. Walter surviving has taught me the whole shebang is one big gift, that takes a lifetime to unwrap.

Lex said...

Those are beautiful pictures!

Oh poor Gus.. he can be so difficult but he is a precious gift, just like your quote says. :) With all he has eaten I am lucky he is still here.

Lex said...

I wish I knew.. i wonder if the cat knocked the bag off the counter, or else a corner of it was hanging off and Gus was able to snag it. :p

SGR said...

Woof! Thanks for finding and visiting my blog. I am glad you like my poem for Fred. YES! everyday is a precious day. LOVE to meet new friends and Lots of Golden Thanks. An award is waiting for you on my blog. Lots of Golden Woofs, Sugar

Sandra y Coco said...

very nice words, thank you for sharing. All so true, and I also think Coco has taught me so much (he was very sick as a puppy), with no words at all.