Make the most of every day.

Life is short so love every day as your last.
If you’re not happy with your life, then change it.
If you feel that life is slipping by, slow down.
If you’re searching for the love of your life, then stop.
They will come to you.
Make every day have a memory to last.
Feel every emotion, happy or sad, pain or elation.
Life is about what you learn and what you give back.
Say something positive to a stranger and feel good.
Give yourself freely and expect nothing in return.
You will be rewarded
Share your love, your joy, and the things you have learned on your journey
This will be somebody else’s courage.
Travel the world and feel every moment of the experience.
Love with passion, give freely, take with grace.
Speak honestly, walk with pride and learn constantly.
Once you have the tools, you can build the life you dream of.

I wrote this blog last week when I was in La Porte for an event.

Of course despite the research you do you never know just exactly what the accomodation is going to be at each venue you visit.

“I’m in a quaint old Sears Craftsman  house sitting at a table surrounded by wooden chairs of exquisite charm. I wonder who the craftsmen were who so expertly carved the beautiful wooden backs.

You can’t imagine the colours by viewing on the internet, or experience the charming blue and white curtains at the window, I would like to wear that fabric. 


There are quilts on the walls, on the beds and its just pure county old world charm. It’s not quite the way my house is, but its absolutely charming and spending time here is a pleasure.


When you’re on the road traveling accomodation  like this is a wonderful surprise. I don’t think people realise just how difficult it is sleeping in a different bed every couple of nights.

But its part of the experience.

3 Comments Add yours

  1. Prue says:

    I emphasize with the lovely thoughts you expressed Pam. As I get older I realise how precious every moment is, to share, love, enjoy , cry and laugh with our friends and family.

  2. Bénédicte Richard says:

    And So It Began is a wonderful retreat spot! My bee spent a weekend a few months ago. Glad you got a chance to stay there.

  3. Wendy Bennett says:

    Very true words!

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