Saturday, December 3, 2011

Thought for the day...

Always remember what's most important in life. It will not be the "stuff" you accumulate, it will not be how many Face book friend requests' you receive, it will not be how many followers you eventually have on your blog.
All those superficial things fade away and what you once "perceived" as friends will have fallen by the wayside...

Truly the most important things in life are not "things" at all. 
Its is our health and the love of family that matter the most. 
Without that you have nothing...

The above picture is something I made a few months ago to put on my "vision board", not as a way to "see myself" but as a way to "remind me" each day what is important and to never lose sight of that...
I am posting a link HERE to one of my favorite POEMS that I have on my vision board as well. It is a wonderful reminder to all of us and I hope you enjoy the message as much as I have through the years.


  1. Hello sweet friend! I emailed you, a couple of weeks ago, but it bounced back last night for some reason. I have had some funky stuff going on with my computer, but the hubs has it all figured out now! How are you feeling? I have been thinking about you!

  2. Dear Terry,
    The most important part of my life is my relationship with the Lord, my Savior. When I am weak He is strong and it is He who is in me that gets me through my every day. Health and relationships are importnat in my life, but He is my life. I love you Terry.
    Aunt Patty

  3. Thank you for such beautiful words. God bless x

  4. Terry... beautifully worded!! My sweet friend, I hope all is well and that you are racing around, without pain. So glad to see your post, and what a lovely photo. AND truly a beautiful message for all! xo HHL

  5. I love this post. Each and every word is so true. I deactivated my personal Facebook account (kept the Always Nesting) because I was interacting more on Facebook with family and friends then in real life. I realized I didn't have a healthy balance and wasn't taking time for person to person conversations,shared meals, phone calls, etc.

    I know that my seizure/brain lesion diagnosis has truly made me rethink EVERY person in my life, those I love and even those I tolerate. My patience for those that are decades chronic whiners or victims is zero. I feel - Make better choices, about life and the people in it, because you never know what life will throw at you.


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