Posts Tagged ‘Love’

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Don’t worry – be happy!

May 12, 2011

You only have to review the top selling books at your local bookstore to realize that America needs a lift. Our nation is worried and the majority of best-selling books reflect this fact. Most books either tell us how to be more successful, how to be happy, how someone else achieved the perfect life, or teach us about how to set our world to rights. Holy smokes – that’s a lot of people with opinions out there on how to “fix” us and many of them are in the entertainment industry.

We are a nation of worriers – we are a nation of pessimists and we are a nation that can’t see the light at the end of the tunnel right now. It’s a wee bit distressing to see so much angst. Some people are so negative they would make the devil sad. It’s just reached catastrophic proportions.

But I tell you that better times are ahead. Better days will be coming. If you don’t believe it, then what’s the point?  The sky is not falling, we aren’t going to heck in a hand basket and there is still a chance to enjoy your life for years to come. I’m no expert – I just refuse to cave into fear and worry. It is pointless.

Believe in a better tomorrow. Have faith that we will survive this challenging time in our nation’s history. Belive that family, faith and love are still real and important. Believe and make it so.

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It’s a New Year – Happy 2011

December 31, 2010

 

 

I know it is only Dec. 30th but this is always the official start of my New Year. Why? Because it is the birthday of my first child, my daughter, Taylor. So my New Year begins now and I look forward to it every year. It’s a reminder that while work and things are important in life – they aren’t the MOST important thing. The most important things can’t be bought. They are the gifts of love, faith, laughter, kindness and joy. Our families bless us daily and give us just a brief glimpse of what heaven must look like. 

So while I have some predictions for the New Year in real estate, my biggest prediction is for another year of happiness with a wonderful family and a loving God. I wish the same for you. 

HAPPY NEW YEAR and Happy Birthday Taylor! 

Cheers, Linda