There’s ALWAYS Two Sides to Every Story

There is always two sides to a story

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Reality Check

If you think you're all that try looking in a 50x magnifying mirror

Don’t Judge…You Cannot Know the Pain Someone Is Going Through

Don’t Judge…You Cannot Know the Pain Someone Is Going Through

 

Don't judge...for you can never know another's pain.

Aging Ain’t for Cowards

Aging ain’t for cowards.

Yeah, you youngins can’t relate…but just wait.

Oh, I too was that kid, young adult…even 40 yr. old that thought, “I’ll never look like that, I’ll never have those, I’ll never be…” (fill in the blank).

It’s coming to you, TOO!

Old age:

Menopause.

Poor eyesight.

Wrinkles.

You know, the guy who finally can afford the hot, new, sports car.You look over, and he’s as old as your grandpa. And wearin’ a gold chain, at that!

God bless ’em…enjoy that car!

YOU’VE EARNED IT!

Yes, we all are going to age and with it has come some lovely, side benefits..NOT!

Oh, you might think it gross, unpleasant to talk of, but surely it IS coming.

There’s no gettin’ around it! 😮

We all have hoped we will age gracefully.

That no wheelchair, nursing home, or ailment will befall us

not to be negative-just REAL —

One never knows what the next day will hold.

So, ENJOY today!

Be kind. Help someone.

Do what you’ve always wanted to do.

And do it skin tag free! HA

Getting older and skin tags.

It’s Not All About YOU!

It's not all about you!

You know, it’s not all about you!

My facebook rant today: I am absolutely amazed, confounded, and concerned by so many, esp. in the 20-30 age range, that don’t know our world’s history, nor even know what’s going on today. I feel we’ve become such a self absorbed culture that it’s turned us into a zombie-like nation. I’d like to think we weren’t that clueless when I was that age, but maybe I was blind. Reaching out to a neighbor, the idea of “putting yourself in someone else’s shoes”, taking time to listen to & learn from the life lessons of your elders (whether you agreed with them or not), respecting others’ differences or opinions, traveling abroad in order to serve, just looking to help anywhere, anyhow… wearing yourself out for OTHERS. All this was encouraged, expected even. It was all part of gaining perspective, becoming a valuable citizen, a person of integrity & character, a person your parents, and God, would be proud of. ‪#‎broadenyourworldview‬ ‪#‎servingremovesselfishness‬ ‪#‎turnoffthetv‬ ‪#‎putdowntheiphone‬ ‪#‎getoutsideofYOU‬~ Tammy