March 2nd

Find a way to be thankful for your troubles, and they can become your blessings. -Author Unknown, from Be Thankful

11 Responses to “March 2nd”

  1. lisa Says:

    yep, its all in your attitude. but i guess its pretty tricky making a blessing out of being run over by a bus or something like that.

    • Bruce Says:

      Feel blessed to live in a place where you were able to get run over by a bus. When I was young , we used to walk 13 miles through the snow to school, a bus would have been luxury. As for being seasick, the sheer luxury of knowing what sickness is,.. to have been on a ship.. ha ha . Anyone seen Monty Pythons four yorkshiremen http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Xe1a1wHxTyo

    • lisa Says:

      when i was a child my mother made us push a bus through the sea to school

      • Marie Says:

        when I was a child my mother msde me a coat from a grey blanket and the hood was so placed that I looked like a hunchback when I wore it but I am thsnkful it didn’t have any lasting effect…she also made me dresses made out of offcuts from psrachutes so all my dresses were green and khaki…but I’m thankful because it was during a war and I was well camouflaged.

  2. Marie Says:

    lovely colours in the image but the tilt makes me feel a bit sea sick..

    Being thankful is waste of time just work out the best solution and follow it, then be thankful if it works.

  3. Tommy Says:

    Be gratefull that you can choose to

  4. lisa Says:

    when i was a child my mother made us tiny teddy bears out of my father’s old underpants. they were terrific, i remember their names, tania, mrs woal, mr woal, nicky and blacky, and i was thankful that she washed them first.

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