6:34 am. And Inspired.

Logan's Pass, photography


Good Wednesday morning.  Late start today.  Here are my selections of the inspiring posts of the week:

Ivon Prefontaine @ Teacher As Transformer with his post: “Glacier Park Mountains, Glaciers, and Logan’s Pass.” That’s one of his shots above.  Be sure to check out the others at this link.  Inspiring…as is his blog…a daily stop.  (Ivon, this one made me home sick.)

Nancy Roman @ Not Quite Old with her post: “Shouldn’t I have this?….Shouldn’t I have all of this?” “I want to live in a little house with a big porch on the seashore. I want to live in an apartment in New York City with a geranium on the fire escape. I want crisp white sheets and gingham curtains. I want gilded mirrors and french porcelain…I want a peanut butter-and-jelly sandwich with a side of potato chips. I want to appear before sold-out crowds who laugh and applaud. I want to go for weeks without seeing another human being. I want to write poetry that makes people cry…” Wonderful post.  Read more at this link.

Michael Wade @ Execupundit with his post: Swamps.  Where he lists 20 “swamps” starting with “always keeping score.”

MJ @ Emjay And Them with her post: Optimism in the Face of Adversity: “It’s been 7 days. 7 days. 6 nights without a welcome home and 6 mornings without a scrunchy-faced hello. No drive by “so what are you cookin’ today” moments. No yard tours. No dinner aides. No coffee partners. 7 days. 7 days without my buddy.”  MJ lost her dog a short time ago.  Moving post.  Read more at this link.

Julie Goyder @ JMGoyder with her post: Happy.  I’ve been following Julie, her family and a rescued baby peacock for some time.  Her posts never fail to bring a smile. An excerpt:  “I think feeling happy is a bit different to being happy. Maybe this is because when you simply are happy (because your bank account, love-life, health, job, family and friends etc. are all okay) you don’t notice the happiness; you don’t appreciate it. But when you feel happy, you are noticing the fragile edges, blossoms, and sunsets of whatever happiness is and you are learning how to create it day by day by day.  Today, my happiness was hugging my baby peacock…”  Read more at this link.

Have a great hump day.

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Image Source of Girl and Big Dog! Thank you Hungarian Soul.

Comments

  1. Love the photo of the little girl with the BIG dog. 🙂

    BE ENCOURAGED! BE BLESSED!

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  2. Wow, thank you David. I’m feeling blessed that you included me 🙂 I’ve been following Nancy at “Not Quite Old” and loved that post, too .. and now I am off to check out your other links 🙂

    Bests!
    MJ

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  3. Love that super happy photo, David. 🙂 Thanks for the selection.

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  4. And now Wednesday can truly begin.

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  5. Great pics once again. I’m with Mimi, let Wednesday begin……

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  6. I remember Happy. Exactly what it says. Happy. As well as the Ivon, the teacher. I’ll check our the rest later.

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  7. David, thank you. I enjoyed checking out and adding the other blogs to my day in various ways.

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  8. These are great pics!

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  9. Wonderful selections David!

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  10. Okay, I’d read them all. Of course, you have good taste and pick the good one. I like Vanessa Redgrave. Now, time for me to take the dog for a walk. 😛

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  11. Great ^_^. I’ll be learning from this blog. And I love the Header. Lead.Learn.Live ^_^

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  12. I trust your choice so much that I check and read all of the selected posts before I say something. And yes, I am Inspired! Thank you David 🙂

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