"One day at a time--this is enough. Do not look back and grieve over the past for it is gone; and do not be troubled about the future, for it has not yet come. Live in the present, and make it so beautiful it will be worth remembering."

Ida Scott Taylor

Tuesday, August 17, 2010

I'm Taking Door # 2 Today

We all have some of those times in life where we 
could use some uplifting after a let down.  I've decided 
to do something special for ME today.
In life we usually have more than one choice. We
can choose door one where we keep analyzing our less
than perfect circumstance
we could choose door two
that takes us out on an adventure in 
making another person's day a little better.

I've decided to take door two today and go out and see
who I can cheer up or just help out
with a compliment or smile or a helping hand.
It's one of the best sure ways to get out of a
down in the dumps countenance. 

Rachel over at
sparked this idea in my head after reading 
her post today.  I love Rachel and you will also.
Go and check out her  sweet attitude
  and also her sweet baking tips and photos.

Doing something for someone else
really is encouraging to both the 
receiver and the giver. 
Don't you agree?

I feel like I'm always the one to be blessed
on the receiving end but today 
I'm anxious to see if I can make someone else smile!   
Do you want to join me?

I'll let you know how it goes!

If you want to join me,
let's meet up at the fire hydrant
by the coffee shop!
Hmmm, I always end up at that same spot
for some reason???

Oh and remember this.....

"He has made everything beautiful in its time."
Ecclesiastes 3:11a

Wait on me at that fire hydrant! Okay?


Heart2Heart said...

Lee Ann,

This is such an encouragement to all of us stopping by here today. Its truly a wonderful way to get the blues out by finding a way to help someone else out today and take the focus off ourselves. I'd gladly meet you at the hydrant for coffee!

Love and Hugs ~ Kat

Jennifer Richardson said...

Oh LeeAnn, huge hugs from me!
You're such a sparkle.
I love the photos....love the way you put it together.
Love the love....
Would love to join you
by the fire hydrant:)

Bren said...

Hope you've had a grand day of taking door #2, the big red one!

Rachel @ A Cupcake for Moose said...

What an encouraging post Lee Ann! You are such a bright light. It was all Jesus speaking through me, and I'm so glad he did! What a blessing to feel your love and know you are taking door #2. May God richly bless your giving spirit dear friend!!!

Janette@Janette's Sage said...

Love this...another confirmation on what I posted on "So Simple, Makes My Day"...I think God is reminding me to look outward and I have been looking for every opportunity...thanks for the encouragement and confirmation!!!
Have fun!!!!!!!! Be Blessed!!!!!!!

Nancy said...

What a big and kind heart you have....always thinking positively and encouraging us all on to higher ground in our thinking.....

I'd love to meet you at the fire hydrant and we can laugh and have fun and be girlfriends.....You've made my day alot brigher....

Big old hugs.....

lori vliegen said...

you make us smile every time you share your sweet self here at your blog!!! here's to choosing door #2!! xoxo, :))

Mary said...

meet ya at the fire hydrant!!! :)

Big hugs to you!!!!

love that quote!

Kathy and Robert said...

Lee Ann, I don't know you personally and have just recently become a follower, but in that short time I have loved reading your posts. Not only do they inspire me but the renew my spirit. God's love really shines thru your words. Thanks, K
If I knew where the hydrant was I would have had you save me a seat!

Tina said...

Sweet post, my dear.

Anonymous said...

What a great attitude you have and what a refreshing post. Thank you for your kind comment that you left on my blog. It really made my evening and I will probably make my husband listen to me read it to him word for word. :)

Zinnia said...

Thank you for stopping by my blog. It is so uplifting to stop and visit you and see such positive energy. Yes, you have brought a smile to me!

Deborah Ann said...

I don't know where the fire hydrant is...unless you're talking about the one in front of my house? Heheh..

No matter...I was just thinking about this! How fun it is to help someone, and put a smile on their face. You really are an encouragement my dear sister in Christ..

Lissa said...

that is a fabulous idea! if anyone can make someone smile YOU can!