Don't Curse the Nurse!

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A New Treasure

on July 30, 2017

Following morning fellowship, I turn off the mute button on my phone and check for messages or new emails. I see an email message that I have a new follower.

Nice! Someone appreciated my thoughts enough to click that ‘follow button’, knowing my posts will be added to their list of incoming emails.

When I got home, I opened the link up to their site.

Wow!

Inspiring quotes, pictures of sky – deep with color, and sincere reflections by someone younger than my daughter.

This is a comment in her Bio: ‘I have a great fear of shallow living.’

She pulls (and gives credit) from philosopher Epictetus and Anne Frank all the way to author Shel Silverstein.

Treat yourself today. Visit her blog: https://muskanlambablog.wordpress.com/


4 responses to “A New Treasure

  1. Jim says:

    Happy Sunday sweetie!

  2. joey says:

    Fun 🙂
    “I must be a mermaid. I have no fear of depths and a great fear of shallow living.” — Anais Nin (One of my faves!)

  3. Susan says:

    Fantastic! Just hit ‘save’ on that one!

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