Me in the Middle of Lessons Learned ~ Letter D

My Life Is My Masterpiece ~ Lessons Learned

My theme ~ Lessons Learned.  I’ll be posting a word that begins with each letter of the alphabet that fits my theme.   This blog/website has become one way to share about myself to my children, my grandchildren and my extended family who are scattered all over the country and the world.  Hopefully, anyone who reads this will be in some way blessed by my throwing my words out onto the World Wide Web and into the Universe.  

 My About Page gives me the focus so that, as I age, I don’t forget what I worked so hard to learn.  It’s going to be fun and challenging!   I hope you’ll stick with me as I strive to meet my goal!!

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“The most difficult thing is the decision to act, the rest is mere tenacity. The fears are paper tigers. You can do anything you decide to do. You can act to change and control your life; and the procedure, the process is its own reward.”
– Amelia Earhart

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#5

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There’s nothing more frustrating than being stuck with indecision.  It’s like being paralyzed at the edge of a diving board the first time you climb the ladder to give it a try.  Instead of going from person to person and asking them what they think you should do, there comes a time when we need to make that leap and ‘just do it’.  It sure helps to start with the little decisions and work up the ladder to the big stuff.

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~ Best Decisions ~

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* Note:  My letter sketches were made from ideas I found on Google Images. *

***  This Alphabet Series is a recycle of the posts I created while participating in the A to Z Challenge in 2016 ***

4 thoughts on “Me in the Middle of Lessons Learned ~ Letter D

  1. I love the quote: “even doing nothing is a decision”. Some of my best decisions have been deciding not to act! Now you got me wondering what letters A, B and C were about…

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