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Friday, December 21, 2012

Here's a Christmas Word for You...



Words are so powerful.  They can build you up or tear you down.  They can inspire or destroy, soothe or inflame, encourage or deflate.  Words are integral to who we are.  We need words and communication.   As this season of great words comes quickly upon us, I want to leave you with some inspiring words...words to bring life and encouragement to you all.


 You are amazing and unique!  Full of creativity and passion.  Sending lots of joy your way as you discover more of who you are and everything you have to give to this wonderful world.



 You are full of love and hope.  You inspire others with all you have to offer.  Your acts of kindness to others is a reflection of our Creator.  You are wonderful!


You carry happiness.  You are a peacemaker.  You bring hope to many others.


Sending you lots of great words for a wonderful Christmas day and a year full of love, blessings and favor.  

Thanks for being a part of this world and sharing who you are...blessings and happiest of all holidays to you!


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23 comments:

  1. Love you, Sis, and I am proud of you!!

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    1. Thanks for the great words sis, I love you and are very proud of you too. You're a great mom, sister, daughter and wife! :)

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  2. This is so sweet! I love the positive affirmations. Thanks for the great reminder, Nancy :) Merry Christmas!

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    1. Thanks Tammy for all of your encouraging comments! Have a wonderful Christmas this year! :)

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  3. Thank you for blessing and encouraging us with your words of affirmation Nancy, you are a life giver.
    I have these same ornaments only in green. I chose "Peace" and Joy" last year and have left up in my kitchen ever since.

    Thank you for your encouraging comment on my recent post - seems we have quite a few things in common. I trust and pray all will go well during your transition times too.....

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    1. Thanks so much. I just love positive words...I love that you were hanging yours up all year long. Thanks for your thoughts about my mom. This is going to be a hard one for us, but I know we'll get through okay. Praying for lots of peace and joy to come your way this new year!

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  4. Stopping by from Life Rearranged. Lovely thoughts. Blessed are the peacemakers, indeed. Merry Christmas!

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    1. Thanks MIchele...merriest Christmas to you too! :)

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  5. Wow. Very beautiful Christmas photos! Thank you very much for your information. I rewrote my post. May I ask two questions? It is said in Japan that sphere ornaments(decorations) are apples originally.
    A stick decoration means a spirit of cooperation.
    Are both explanations true?
    Wishing you a merry Christmas.

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  6. Minoru, those are two great questions,I found this info on Wikipedia about round ornaments: "The first decorated trees were adorned with apples, strings of popcorn, white candy canes and pastries in the shapes of stars, hearts and flowers. Glass baubles were first made in Lauscha, Germany, by Hans Greiner who produced garlands of glass beads similar to the popcorn strands and tin figures that could be hung on trees. The popularity of these decorations grew into the production of glass figures made by highly skilled artisans with clay molds." So that makes a lot of sense that ornaments came from the shape of an apple. I've never heard about the sticks representing "a spirit of cooperation." Interesting though! Have a great Christmas!!

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  7. What a beautiful reminder. Thank you!
    Merry Christmas!

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    1. Thanks so much, you and your family be blessed!

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  8. Gorgeous rich golds and peaceful green, lovely! Thank you for sharing on Weekly Top Shot #62!

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    1. Thanks for hosting Madge...Merry Christmas!!

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  9. Beautiful post and lovely ornaments!

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  10. Gorgeous photos..

    Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!

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    1. Thanks so much... Merry Christmas and Happy New Year to you too!!

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  11. Hello I am one of your newest followers. Deborah Jean, Heidi and I co host the Farmgirl Friday Blog Hop and I have chosen this post to feature you in over at Hibiscus House.
    Please come by and pick up your featured button today..
    http://hibiscushouse1.blogspot.com/2012/12/farmgirl-friday-blog-hop-89.html

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    1. Hi Dolly, so nice to meet you and thank you for the follow and the feature! I'll be sure to visit and follow you back. Thanks again!

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  12. love your post, thank you for your visit to my post..Have a wonderful day!

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