It takes hands to build a house, but only hearts can build a home.

Author Unknown

Saturday, September 10, 2011

Chapter 9, Page 10, Book 11



This is a SUPER Saturday here at my house.

Our Little Mr. Wonderful celebrated his 1st birthday a few days ago and today is his party.

Being one year old is monumental when you think about it.  The millions of things that he had to learn in this past year are just unbelievable when you think about it

It was also a learning time for his mom and dad too.  They experienced thousands of new things.

By the time you reach my age the list is endless and the thing is, I do keep on learning too.  Here is just a few of the important lessons I've learned so far.

Being an adult can be fun when you are acting like a child.

Love has nothing to do with looks, but everything to do with time, trust, and interest.

Laughing, crying, joy and anger… All are a vital.  All make us human

The greatest truths in life are uncovered with simple, steady awareness

Greed will bury even the lucky eventually

Bad things do happen to good people.

Paving your own road is intelligent only if nobody has gone exactly where you are going.

Uncertainty is caused by a lack of knowledge.  Hesitation is the product of fear.

Time heals all wounds… regardless of how you feel right now.

Most of the time what you are looking for is right in front of you.

Your health is your life.

Chance is a gift, so act on chance when given the opportunity.

Kindness and hard work will take you further than intelligence.

People deserve a second chance, but not a third.

Take lots of pictures.  Someday you’ll be really glad you did.

Money makes life easier only when the money is yours free and clear.

Your actions now create memories you will reminisce and talk about in your elder years.

Stepping outside of your comfort zone will put things into perspective from an angle you can’t grasp now.

Motivation comes in short bursts.  Act while it’s hot.

Purposely ignoring the obvious is like walking backwards toward the enemy.

Taking ownership of failure builds the foundation for success.

First impressions are completely worthless 50% of the time.

If you never act, you will never know for sure.  

Hope your Saturday is a SUPER one too!

'On Ya'-ma

7 comments:

Ally Lifewithally said...

Happy 1st Birthday to your Mr. Wonderful ~ Hope he enjoys his Birthday Party ~ Interesting post ~ Have a SUPER Saturday ~~ Ally x

jack69 said...

Yeah and a good entry. BUT it does not seem like a year since you announced that birth, here on your Blog.

Whoa, how time does fly. (Notice how originalI am.I thought of that. LOL, LOL)

That corgi :) said...

Happy belated birthday to Mr. Wonderful! I can't believe it had been a year already! I hope you all have a great time celebrating this special milestone!

I like all the important lessons you have learned along the way, Ma, each one of them is a thought to ponder on; think I will print it out to do so!

Enjoy the day!

betty

Scrappy quilter said...

Happy Birthday little one. Hope the party is fun. Love this entry...never thought of how much a little one has to learn in his first year. Gives us room for thought, doesn't it. Hugs

peggy said...

Happy Birthday to that sweet little guy who gives you so much joy!

TARYTERRE said...

I remember when my grandson turned one. What a momentous occasion. Happy Birthday to your little one, Mr. Wonderful. May he have many more. Party on. Have fun.

Buttercup said...

Happy wishes to Mr. Wonderful and adorable. It was a super Saturday. I got to services and what a great day that was.