every day holds the possibility of a miracle ~ Elizabeth David
That's very true, when I see photos o myself at 19 or 20 I wonder what on earth was I complaining about?
You know, this is so true. It's funny how we obsess about little things, how we see ourselves so differently than the outside world does. If only we could look at current photos of ourselves and see the light, the potential instead of the zit on the chin or that our hair was wonky that day.
So true, unlike lots of men, we just don't seem to get better looking with age. However, we do often get wiser:>)
Wise words for sure. I forget what I looked like back in the day until I see a photo and then I'm taken back to a much more simpler time in my life. I still was unsatisfied with how I looked.
i do think that about the possibilities. but i never like how i look.
If I look forward 20 years - that would be the age my mom had her final stroke. I need to look at each day and see the possibilities there@Looking back 20 years - I was struggling with a new born! What a diference! So many changes for me in the past20 years. Hope all is well with you!
I’m hoping…Although when I look back twenty years from now, I despair at some of my hair style choices!As for possibilities that exist now and in the future, thank heavens for the hope they provide. Life is always an adventure!
We are all full of fabulousness in our own ways :)LuLu♥
Hi Sherry,I had a conversion a few weeks ago about this very thing. My opinion is we are all beautiful, and sometimes age is just a number. I feel more beautiful now than in my 20's because I'm more secure with myself. That is what makes someone beautiful.The Swedish Room
Oh so true. Well, in regards to my youth anyway...now in my dotage, I fully embrace my own belief that I am one hot old lady! Teehee!
Great quote! And so true!
So true! Looking at my photos make me reminisce my innocent times when all the wounds can just be healed with a simple kiss and a lollipop.
Oh I just love this! Thank you for the reminder <3
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