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Monday, May 11, 2009

Life's Little Rules....

Stay out of trouble.....


Aim for greater heights...

Stay focused on your job....

Exercise to maintain good health.....


Practice team work....


Rely on your trusted partner to watch your back.... Take your time trusting others.



Save for rainy days....


Take time to rest and relax.....



Always take time to smile.....


Realize that nothing is impossible.......

16 comments:

bennie and patsy said...

Now that is advice to live by. That little bird is so cute just hanging.
Patsy

The Retired One said...

I loved this post with the statements and pictures. The pictures were amazing to go along with the true statements!

Jill of All Trades said...

Love it.

SEH said...

Wonderful! A visit to your blog is the ideal daily tonic.

Snowbrush said...

The horse in number one sure looks like he could use a drink.

donna baker said...

Great post. Love the pics.

I_am_Tulsa said...

I am so glad I stumbled by your blog! Thank you for a relaxing time! I am a big fan of Tasha Tudor and I feel as if I have visited her garden...

Fragrant Liar said...

Those pictures were fabulous! I love the captions too.

The Prodigal Tourist said...

I feel just like that squirrel this morning...

DJan said...

I shared your latest blog post with my Facebook friends (only 123 of them, so I don't think you have to worry). It's a wonderful post, thank you so much!

Southern Drawl said...

Adorable :)

TheWritersPorch said...

Jo...you never fail to bring a smile to my face on my visit to you!
xoxo,
~ Carol ~

Star said...

Wonderful pictures Jo. I've had a lot of pleasure looking at them.
Blessings, Star

Pastor Sharon said...

Wonderful pictures! I simply have fallen in love with your blog! You have excellent taste in photography and what you choose to post! Thank you for being such a breath of fresh air!

Denise said...

Absolutely amazing photos, thanks for sharing them. I agree with Pastor Sharon, your blog is fantastic.

Nabeel said...

OMG, the first photo, is it real? I hope the horse recovered from the incident, physically and mentally.