“History has demonstrated that the most notable winners usually encountered heartbreaking obstacles before they triumphed. They finally won because they refused to become discouraged by their defeats. Disappointments acted as a challenge. Don’t let difficulties discourage you.” ~B.C. Forbes
In pondering that statement, I’m reminded that those things that cost you nothing are not appreciated as those that have. Anything worth having is worth working and struggling hard for, if you give up you will never achieve victory.
This last week I lost and I have begun the process of DE-cluttering in my home, I have learned this week some great techniques to keep your home not only DE-cluttered but clean without spending hours. I am using the Tidy Tutor and I am amazed at the ease of this program, so grateful to find it.
My grandson turned one this week and his birthday party is today, photos to come next week.
I had a date with my youngest, we had a great time, dinner at Red Lobster and watched a movie; “Selma,” the movie itself was okay but there were many things I discovered about Martin Luther King Jr., that I did not know before and was touched on in this movie, he cheated repeatedly on his wife and was not there for his children’s upbringing, so his wife was basically a single mother, sad and he wasn’t so motivated by his faith as I previously thought.