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2 Birds, 1 Post – Celebrate The Small Things & #WriteMotivation- May 27, 2014

Celebrate The Small Things. Celebrate The Small Things is a weekly celebration where we celebrate the happenings of the week, however small or large the item in question. This will definitely aid in my quest to find the positives in every situation, no matter how small. If you are so inclined, need a helping hand, or just want to recognize the positives in your life, I highly recommend you try this method, even just for a little bit. It can only help.

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So, last week was exhausting at work.  And I managed to weed half my rose garden. THAT is back breaking work! All I did this long 3 day weekend was laze around on our new sofa recliner and either play xBox or watch movies/TV. So yay for doing nothing.

But I wanted to tell you about something I found, and something shown to me.

I don’t know what I was searching for, or maybe I was cleaning out the mess beneath my bathroom sink. But when I pulled out my basket of hair stuff, I found a card my husband had given me, I don’t know when. I just sat there on the floor of the bathroom, reading and loving it so much.

 

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“Of all the things I have done and regret, asking you to be my wife will never be one of them.”

Yup, you guessed it, it made me cry.

Of course I told TheHubs I found it and what it said. And of course, he said, “Absolutely true. I will never regret asking you. I love you.”

Then, a few days, maybe a week later, TheHubs showed me a video on YouTube. I’ve heard the song before and really like it. But TheHubs hadn’t heard it before. He said he heard it on the way to taking TheBoy to school and he thought of me and made him cry. It was how he felt about me.

And of course, it made me cry too.

But all these tears are happy tears. They are the little things that mean so much to the heart and to the soul. They are the positives we all need to find in our own lives. I am so glad to have found them and to share them with you. Because I know, if I share them, someone out there will be thinking about their own little pieces of positive. <3

Now, I must detour over to my May Goals for #WriteMotivation. That hasn’t been pretty. But hey, I’ve managed progress and that’s positive! 🙂

 

May Goals:

1. Since WIP#2 wasn’t working, I switched to WIP#1 and I’ve written a few paragraphs towards the ending. So, continue that. Unless my MC in WIP#2 starts talking to me again! I’m flexible like that! Still plucking away one sentence at a time. 
2. Keep up with blog posts for both blogs – this one and my Caring for My Vet. Started my “Many Hats” Series over at Caring for My Vet. I have managed to continue with this post and the new “Celebrate the Small Things” posts. But still haven’t decided what else to include. Do you have any suggestions?
3. Comment/cheer on my fellow #WriteMotivation peeps on Twitter, FB, Google+ and their blogs. Bad Jamie! Bad! I really need to work on this, but between work and home, it’s been difficult lately. Just like my writing. :/
4. Continue with my positive thinking Yup. Am still in this mindset. Hopefully it will continue for a very long time.
5. Read another book. Maybe a third or half way through ALLEGIANT. I may not finish it in time. But hey, I read when I can.

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If you want to take a look at what others have found to celebrate this week, or if you want to sign up, please visit the below links! It is a blog hop, after all. 🙂 <3

LadyJai

10 Comments

  1. Ping from Happy 2015! A New Year, A New Topic! #CelebrateTheSmallThings | Caring for My Veteran:

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  2. Comment by MAJK (@Safireblade):

    <3 This post particularly the mushy parts about you and the husband – you two are awesome!

    *~MAJK~*
    MAJK (@Safireblade) recently posted…#WriteMotivation, a Missing D and Mother’s DayMy Profile

  3. Comment by Gary:

    A hidden treasure of love, my kind friend. Such words and such a gentle, warm posting.

    Oh and I love that song. It was just playing on one of the music channels over here in Britain.

    Thank you for this, dear lady.

    Gary 🙂
    Gary recently posted…Two Billion Dollars.My Profile

  4. Comment by Cheryl:

    How lovely. And you’re doing what you can, so just keep on keeping on and you’ll get there. 🙂

  5. Comment by Viklit:

    That made ME tearful, how lovely is that?! What a fabulous celebration.

  6. Comment by LadyJai:

    I am so thankful to have friends like you guys! I cannot tell you how much your comments mean to me. I am glad to share and I hope that my positive helps you all find your positives!
    Jamie

  7. Comment by Patricia Lynne:

    Awww. That is the sweetest thing to write in a card. Ever! *stares at hubby.* LOL 😉

  8. Comment by Katie thecyborgmom:

    Are you kidding me with that card? It made ME cry! Very sweet. btw…love that song too…the piano accompaniment along with the lyrics are just bee-you-tee-full 🙂
    ~Katie
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  9. Comment by Eva:

    I love that you found something so personal and sentimental from ‘The Hubs’. Wishing you many happy years together. 🙂 That kind of love is something huge to celebrate. I’ve never been that lucky in love, but I’m praying that I still have a few good years left in order to find ‘The One’.

    Thanks for sharing. Enjoy the rest of your week. Eva
    Eva recently posted…Celebrate the Small ThingsMy Profile

  10. Comment by Angela Brown:

    Awww…that cared, the words, their truth from the heart…all so beautiful and worthy of happy tears. And the John Legend song is sooooo fitting.

    You keep doing what you can with your goals. Sometimes you can make great strides, other times, not so much…but keep at it 🙂
    Angela Brown recently posted…In Honor…My Profile

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