"Let's be cheerful"! We have no more right to steal the brightness out of the day for our own family than we have to steal the purse of a stranger. Let us be as careful that our homes are furnished with pleasant & happy thoughts as we are that the rugs are the right color and texture & the furniture comfortable and beautiful"! Laura Ingalls Wilder

Tuesday, January 15, 2013

gathered nuts



Simple truths revealed this weekend ~ (in a nutshell)
Sort of a like/don't like type of list..

*  Snow?  Yes.
*  Sub-zero weather?  No.
*  Knitting while conversing?  Yes.
*  Knitting rows that require counting while conversing?  No.
*  Talent used to glorify the Lord?  Yes.
*  Talent used to glorify self?  No.
*  Potluck?  Yes.
*  Take and bake pizza?  No.
*  Face to face.  Yes.
*  Telephone.  No.
*  Women and Les Miserables.  Yes.
*  Men and Les Miserables.  No.
*  Friends visiting.  Yes.  Yes.
*  Friends leaving.  No!

I'm sure this list isn't all inclusive but.. that's pretty much it in a nutshell!

Blessings, Debbie
  

12 comments:

  1. That is a beautiful nutshell Debbie.
    I have missed you my west coast friend and
    you made my morning when I saw you in this
    space!

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  2. My nutshell's a lot like yours, Debbie!

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  3. Every picture I see of your home looks so peaceful and cozy....I love that feeling! Isn't it interesting what a mix of yes/no we go through in a short time?
    Here's to more yes moments each day!

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  4. Here is a question for you. Hopefully not to personal.

    When your kids were little...
    Were you more of a "Yes! Mom" or "No. Mom".

    I'm aware that I struggle with this at times. I'm quicker to say/reply "no"... rather than saying "yes!" more often and enjoying the results.

    Just something I've been thinking about. I like what Donna said up there. "Here's to more yes moments each day.". I like that...

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  5. Sounds about right to me!

    Deanna

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  6. I like your like and dislike in a nut shell. Sounds pretty much like me too.
    JB

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  7. A good list. My husband plans on taking us to Les Miserables. Do you think that's not a good idea?

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  8. Oh, Bill LOVED Les Miserables. He cried. It's a man's movie, I think. I loved it, too, but for completely different reasons.

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  9. Sounds pretty great to me! Enjoy!
    blessings,
    Sue

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  10. Yep...love this list! :)

    And happy (belated) birthday to your dear boy!

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  11. Nutshells are great - especially when you crack them and get to the meat.

    Les Miserables

    Movie - Tim and I have seen it twice.
    Play - Before the girls Tim and I saw it at least 6 times
    Book - I've read the unabridged book even more frequently.
    Tim - Has never read the book and prefers the play.

    Me - I think the book easily tops both but I think the play and movie each have their own strong points and weaknesses.

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