SPARK on Monday

We have been starting the week out with a SPARK along with many other bloggers for a long time now……………..What exactly IS this Monday SPARK thing we do?   Well, most of you know that Annie of McGuffy’s Reader – who started SPARKS – was hacked and has been on an extended break from blogging although her idea to spread some inspiration on Monday of every week goes on.   Many of us who participated in her SPARKS Blog Hop and found value in sharing a thought on Monday continue doing that to hopefully give each other a “Monday boost” – perhaps something to think about to inspire us in the week ahead OR help us deal with something that’s on our mind.    Why not join us by sharing something that SPARKS you?   It might just start a spark in us too.

I think most of us have so many thoughts whirling around in our heads these days – we have a LOT to think about – a LOT to worry about – a LOT on our minds.    I saw this quote by Martin Luther King, Jr. and in the last few days things happening in the world influenced me to copy it as my Monday Spark this week and share it with you.    Not a particularly NEW thought – but definitely a PERTINENT thought.

I don’t think I need to add a single thing to this thought………… says it all………..and it says what I think and feel.   Maybe you do too………………..

Have a GOOD week ahead.    I continue to believe that that light we see at the end of the tunnel is NOT a train – but HOPE shining and encouraging us forward.

Hugs, Pam

Teddy says please don’t forget tomorrow is TUESDAY TEASER blog post day – you get a photo of a place and try to figure out before anyone else does, WHERE the photo was taken.   Cool huh?    All of this figuring takes place in a wacky school called Ding Dong School where my cat Teddy is a Professor (hahaha) and where anyone can win a badge to show off their “smarts” !   Even YOU!    Post goes up at a surprise time every week……we like to be unpredictible on Tuesdays!

49 thoughts on “SPARK on Monday

        • It’s awful Clowie…….and sad. There was a very peaceful protest yesterday here in our VERY little town…..surprising for us but important to those who were protesting of course……it was brief and quiet – point made and then life went back to the usual Sunday afternoon activity. However just an hour from here in Washington, DC the scene was horrible with looting, fires, and huge crowds. We are SO grateful to live in the country.

          Hugs, Pam and Teddy too


    • Thank you Cecilia – glad you liked it – it absolutely jumped off the page when I was searching for inspiration – I just HAD to use it. It’s perfect for these times.

      Hugs, Pam


  1. That is the perfect Spark for these times of turmoil.
    I really must remember it is Tuesday tomorrow!


  2. Somehow those protests and demonstration have become just an excuse to be vicious and evil…or so it seems to me. A mob mentality. Sure to foster more hatred and violence. Yes what happended was horrible, but…I won’t say what I want to here…just this: to me we are ALL humans made by God, so why should there be hatred about that?? If you were purple with green polkadots, you would maybe get a look, but not hatred from me!! You would still be a human like everyone else!

    MLK must be rolling in his grave with agony and sadness….


  3. Purrfect Spark…much the same theme as what our mom posted. Things are just sad right now. We sure hope everyone can come together. Love you all. XOCK, angel Lily Olivia, Mauricio, Misty May, Giulietta, angel Fiona, Astrid, Lisbeth, Calista Jo, Cooper Murphy and Sawyer


    • This is sharing TOP of people’s mind along with the virus just now – it’s a huge load we are all carrying………we hope both situations end soon and both with POSITIVE outcomes!

      Love to all of you too,
      Pam and Teddy


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