Thursday, June 2, 2011

What I've Learned

1. Feed your faith and all of your doubts will starve to death.

2.No matter how high in life you get, there is always one more tier higher you want to go! (or at least you should!)

3.In eating and drinking as in life, it's better to finish something off than to leave it hanging around.

4.Setting limitations for yourself isn't's maturity!

5.Whenever something bad happens or is happening to me..I always say- "One day you'll look back at this and laugh." So far, I've been right!

6.Ever notice how everybody is just having sex until they either fall in love or get married...then it's called "making love"?

7.You gotta trust somebody.

8.You really don't need a weatherman to know which way the wind blows!

9.Every Man Needs an Arena.....Blogging has become mine.

10. Work Hard, so you won't feel guilty when you're playin hard!



It's Very Dark Here... said...


Arlene said...

Yes and I've learned a lot of those things as well. My disagreement is with #3. I, like you, was raised to eat "everything on the plate." Full or not, we ate it all. Granted, it was home cooked food, balanced with meat, vegetables and grain (we had rice too often.) But all that "clean your plate" resulted in our battle with weight throughout our adult lives. Count how many of us are dealing with high blood pressure or the onset of diabetes?
Leave something on the plate!!!


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