Saturday, February 13, 2010

Don't Take Life To Serious, No One Gets Out Alive!

I try my best not to rush through life and miss the beauty of simple things.
But try as I may sometimes I know we all do. I suggest we take time to watch a baby sleep, play with a puppy outside, find joy in talking to teens and see what they are interested in. Let friends talk and really listen to their conversations, Comfort the grieving, and send a card to those who are sick. Get out where you live and find the beauty that surrounds us all wherever we are. Plan a trip with family or friends and then truly take the time to enjoy every moment of it! Document your life with photos and videos then when we get down we can look through them and see the joy that surrounds us.
Just remember: Don't take Life to Seriously, No One Gets Out Alive!


  1. Those are excellent suggestions.

    Every morning I walk 3 to 4 miles around our neighborhood. Except for the occasional dog barking at me and making my heart flutter, it's one of my favorite activities.

    God bless you and thank you for your comment and becoming a follower of my blog, Ron

  2. Couldn't agree more! I've often told my husband, that if I could just find a way to hold a sleeping puppy EVERY day, all my stress would be gone!

    My other favorite "stop and smell the roses" activities are watching the birds at my feeder out back, and bike riding along a woodsy trail! Thanks for the reminder!

    I so glad I found you're blog, I think it's terrific! I'm your newest follower!