You’ve Got This!

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    1. Thank you, Sarah! I’ve had more then one experience like this yet even though like I said there is no way in proving anything, it empowers ME to think something happened due to my actions. Have a great Friday today! 💝

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    1. I just saw a blob of white that I knew was “something”, Scott. Now perhaps you can understand why I said in another post that my eyes become very blurry and tired from straining hours looking for wildlife out in the forest. My eyes have gotten “Eagle-sharp”. As for my bathrooms …. least loved job for me to do but due to my determination, yes, Sir, they are clean! Happy Friday! 💖

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    1. There is no point in getting upset over something you have no control over, Irene. So you work with what you’ve got no matter how dire the situation is. I was just so determined I was going to clean those bathrooms, which is exactly what I did! Thank you about the shot! Whew! Tough one indeed! Love to you and Happy Friday! 💝

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  1. Amy, we have a number of battery-operated lights that we can use in various rooms when the power goes out. They look like light switches, and they’re LED so they throw quite a bit of light. In fact, we used one of them exclusively when our downstairs bathroom was renovated and there weren’t any hard-wired lights in there yet. Enough light to shower, wash up, and even do some reading if so inclined. Some of them are magnetic so you can stick one on the fridge or wherever, others can stand up on their own on a dresser or window sill. These handy little devices can be purchased pretty much anywhere, and they cost less than $5 apiece. I was so happy with ours that I bought some for every one of my daughters. In our area, one can never have too many battery-operated devices for power outages.

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    1. CM, we have those lights too. Hubby was in a tunnel freeze, not able to take the chance of using even ONE flashlight. I know how bright those lights are. In fact, I asked to use one but was denied. Instead of fighting, I used a pencil flashlight of my own. The bathrooms got cleaned and that is all that matters. Happy Saturday! ☺️

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    1. Yes, Barbara, I do believe in making my own destiny with that I am able to control. Thank you so much for stopping by to encourage me to continue in all that I do in life. (((HUGS))) and Much Love!! 💞

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  2. How does that song go Amy…’I’m a believer’ (I think it was written by Neil Diamond and recorded by The Monkees) 😀
    By doing those very things you are believing in yourself, one of the hardest things to do but when tried amazing things happen….miracles even ❤ 😀

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    1. Yep I do know that song, Mark. Given that you know how difficult rising above fear is by acting as though nothing was wrong, you yourself then know that oh my gosh! miracles do happen! I told Hubby my theory about why the electricity went on and he had a real “a-ha” moment written all over his face as he acknowledged, …. “Could very well be, Amy.” I’ll make a believer out of him yet! LOL Happy Saturday, dear friend! 💝

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  3. Haha I like the can do spirit and positive attitude in the face of adversity! Pretty funny story about your electricity going out and cleaning with a flashlight while your husband freaks out lol. I’m sure it wasn’t funny at the time but I agree that some times we take like too seriously and need to have more faith! Needed to hear this today, thank you so much for sharing!

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    1. Hubby still has some work to do on faith. Teehee ….. He also gets “tunnel vision” while I on the other hand have a way of making the most out of just about any situation. His grumping was not funny at the time …. now I look back and yes do laugh. I actually told him afterwords when the electric came back on that I’d like to think it did all because I had FAITH it would and acted like it would. His look on his face was precious. Hmmmmm ….. got him thinking on that! LOL Good to know you needed to hear this today and that I gave you a good laugh! Way cool! Happy Weekend, Heather! 😂💝

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    1. Soooooo enjoyed your comment, John! This bird is absolutely magnificent and I’m glad you came by to see it. My path crossed with more birds of prey yesterday which I will be posting soon. Happy Saturday!! 💝

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  4. Great post Amy! Lots of good points about intention and faith and trusting yourself and the universe. You felt the pull to act, and you did, completely trusting yourself – the electric came back on. Same with the hawk – great shot!! All great things to think about!! Much love! Donna

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    1. Thank you, Donna! I walk what a say and I say what I do. I will not be a hypocrite to myself in any form. I’ve compromised too much of my life cuz I did not know better. Now however is a different story. So glad you came by to see this post. Happy Saturday, dear friend. 💝

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  5. Ha – amazing shot. I am like you – I always believe everything will turn out. My husband however, is a doom and gloom person, who thinks the worst will happen in every situation. I guess we balance each other out. Sounds like that is how it works in your house too!!!

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    1. LOL More then you can possibly know. Hubby is worst case scenario type of guy while I always see the bright side of life or tend to make the best of any situation. I KNOW how difficult it is to live with a doom and gloom person. You’ve got my empathy, believe me! LOL 💞

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    1. Actually, Amy, it’s not a lot of snow. It may look like it but there is only about 1 inch on the ground. Thank you about the cropping. I was stunned when I saw the shot I took. Happy Sunday! 💝

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