Sunday

U.S. Library of Congress. Norman Rockwell Art - The Golden Rule

This saying or a close form of it is found in many faith traditions from Confucius,  Judaism, Christianity, and probably many others. Whatever your personal beliefs, this is something we can all do our bit to work towards … especially being respectful and kind to one another. Why is something so simply and beautifully stated, so hard to do?

Hope your Sunday is a peaceful and start to a good week. No matter what is going on with you or in your community, we’re all in this together. It is our world and it is what we make it.

Please leave a comment below if you would like to share a positive in your life.  ~ terre 

Humanity

 

We Bleed the Same Color...NeedThis has been a very hard month, but especially this last week. We have all seen events that we thought we would never see again in the United States. My heart breaks and all this is so much to process and overwhelming. So please excuse my silence until now. Please join in the many prayers that people will unite, protect, and truly care for one another regardless of color, creed, spiritual beliefs, gender, or profession. We are all part of humanity.

Terre’s Blog – Women of All Seasons

2020

Sunday

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This is not only Sunday, but Palm Sunday! Palm Sunday marks the joyful entry of the Lord into Jerusalem. … so they took branches of palm trees and went out to meet him, crying out ‘Hosanna! Blessed is he who comes in the name of the Lord! ~Luke 19:38.

Reflecting on the timeline of Holy Week it makes me ponder of how fast things changed in less than a week. The people went from being joyful, loving Him and honoring Him to scorning Him. Palm Sunday is the lead into Easter when He rose again, redeeming us, and showing the world the ultimate act of love for us. We may not be able to celebrate Easter how we usually do, but Easter is still coming to be celebrated!

Terre’s Blog – Women of All Seasons

c2020

Encouragement

May your days beWhatever we can do to help encourage someone, lift them up, or just share a kind word or act of kindness; it all matters no matter how big or small. Maybe it’s just sending a card, checking by phone on someone, just calling to say hello, or just listening… Each of us can make a difference. Thank you for visiting today ~

Terre’s Blog – Women of All Seasons

c2020

We’re All In This Together

What we learned in Kindergarten (2)We’re All In This Together

Another great teacher and friend of children, Mr. Fred Rogers said that in scary times to look for the helpers. It is true! If you look for the positive amidst the alarming news stories, you find incredible stories of people helping others. One story in my own local community that brought happiness to my heart was when our local sheriff’s department asked for donations of personal protection equipment of masks, gloves, etc to have available for our first responders. Before the day was out, one of our renovation construction companies had donated the needed items! So as Mr. Rogers says, look for the helpers when times are scary. Also if you have extra, please consider sharing with others in need. Curbside delivery or outside the door delivery can still be done even with social distancing. Hope all is well with you and yours.   After all, we’re all in this together.

Thank you for visiting today! Also, if you would like to see other words of encouragement please see the categories listed on this page.

Terre’s Blog – Women of All Seasons

c2020

Grandma’s

Grandma's are like Mom's, only sweeter ~ (1)

Being a grandmother is the best! Don’t get me wrong, I loved being a mother and raising my kids. But let’s face it, now I can spoil the grands and send them home if they get too unruly or too hyped on sugar, not that I would ever provide that to them…ha!

I admit it. It’s a lot more fun to have someone else, like their parents, to do the hard stuff or that discipline thing. You remember, right? That discipline thing that makes the little beasties more bearable for other humans that have to spend time with them. Besides, they do have to eventually grow up to become responsible caring adults as future world citizens. But this grandma has found that this growing up thing happens even faster for the grandkids than it did for the kids. So, in the meantime, Grandma’s just wanna have fun with the grandkids and then send them home … after some ice cream.

If  you have a favorite thought you like most about being Grandma, Nana, Mamaw, or your special name that your Grands call you, please feel free to share a comment below.  

Thank you for visiting today!

Terre’s Blog – Women of All Seasons   c2020

Friendship

Celebrate the happiness that friends are always giving, making every day a holiday and celebrate just living.

Do you have that special friend or group that no matter how long it has been, it just feels like yesterday since you were together? Maybe distance, work, or other responsibilities get in the way, but you always have so much to share and just enjoy being together in each other’s company. Sometimes it is just a matter of calling or texting and setting a time and place. Is it time for a real face to face to just get together, catch up, and enjoy being friends?

Thank you for visiting today! Terre’s Blog – Women of All Seasons

c2019

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