ah, c'est bon...

My day: I went to church, and then had perogies and bacon which Jake made, then went to a birthday party and ate delicious cake and then looked at my vocab cards with Jake, and then had French club with Lois, Stef, Steph, and Amy, where we ate goat cheese on crackers and drank sparkling pomegranate juice, and spoke lots of French! The end.


1 comment:

Singinglady said...

Hi darling

I made it to #3 and as you have been brief I will try to do likewise.

My day:
I went to church. Pops stayed home, as he didn’t feel too good.
We got a ride to TO for my support group meeting
Home to try to figure out what to make for us to eat.

It sounds like you had a nice day with Jake preparing your repast afterward.

Topping this off with a birthday party and French club fun with your friends and your yummy sounding snacks comme vous avez parlé ensemble en français.

I close with these words


Attitude and Outlook in Life Matters

Everything you do makes a difference.
Every thought you think, every comment you make, every action you take, in some way will change things for you and your world.

You move through life, leaving consequences in your wake.
And the quality of life is determined largely by the nature of those consequences.

Even the smallest things make a difference.
And those small things can quickly add up.

That's why your attitude and your outlook on life truly matter so much.

Because they have a powerful influence over what kind of difference you are making, in the big decisions and the small ones too.

See the world as a beautiful place, filled with positive possibilities.

And without even realizing it, your actions, your thoughts, your consequences will take on the colour of that positive perspective.

Everything, every moment, every person, every stirring in your heart matters.

Let yourself love and value life, and be overjoyed at the positive difference that each of your moments can make.
Ralph Marston