SPARK on Monday

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SPARKS time again!   Every Monday in fact those of us who are participating in SPARKS post a little something to get the week started.  “SPARKS” was started by Annie McGuffy of McGuffy’s Reader but ended when her blog was hacked some time ago.  It was meant to be a way to start out each week with with a meaningful thought – something that spoke to each of us and hopefully everyone else who read it.    Sometimes we need a little “spark” in our lives and these posts were meant to at least be a PART of that effort.    Those of us who enjoyed sharing a SPARK with Annie have continued doing so on Mondays – and we hope one day soon Annie will be back blogging with us again.    Please feel free to post a SPARK of your own and let everyone know you have…….we get energy from each other that way!

Since I’ve been having a bit of a bout with patience lately, I looked for something that expressed that simply but honestly.    I found it in this:

Yep – that sums it up.    If it’s not meant to be, then try something else……….if you don’t reach your goal try another method of reaching it.   If you are impatient, it’s not your time!!    You would think at my age I would have learned to be more patient.   I really am VERY patient about most things but once in a while – rarely – I feel like I’m getting NOWHERE.    Then I remind myself that maybe it’s just not the right time for me?    Patience comes in handy!

Have a great week everyone…………………and try to be patient.  I will if you will.   (smile)

Hugs, Pam

 

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  1. There is also a saying that says, when one door is closed another one will open!

    So when the lockdown messes disturb opur doings, where will we find the unlocked doors?? Hmmm, now that is a dilemma!

    But patience really is a good thing…a virtue, cause sometimes there are way better things awaiting us than what we first were impatient about:)

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    • Ortho surgeon “discharged” me Thursday and said I was a star patient. He said the P.T. people who had visited me at home said they knew I’d recover fast as I was so determined. It’s amazing not having hip pain any longer – now if my arthritis would just disappear I’d be in great shape. LOL Have a good week Frank!

      Pam

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  2. I love it! It does express dealing with impatience simply and honestly. If what is causing our impatience isn’t happening, it’s not our time… if it doesn’t open, not my door. Cut and dried. This is good, Pam. Takes the worrying and fretting out of the dilemma. I needed something like this for this week… Ha!

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    • Oh gosh I hope it helps you this week if you need it kiddo!! I keep waiting for the “shot door” to open – maybe now that there’s another vaccine those of us who are waiting/waiting/waiting will finally be able to get it!!!!

      Love, Pam

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