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Wednesday, February 16, 2011

Just Thinkin..............!

Things that I'm thinking about today...........

I love Liam Neeson as an actor. I came across his new cover on Esquire and his story concerning how he handled his grief on the death of his wife. We are just past Valentine's Day and this story hit home with me! Grieving loss! How do we cope? He plays such a strong character in all of his roles, however, he is as vulnerable to loss as the rest. My heart goes out to him and his boys upon reading his story. Just a reminder to never take for granted the good things in life. Just thinkin....

Just thinkin...... I love diet coke. I have one a day, sometimes none. However, it is my drink of choice (unless I hit my southern roots and go for that glass of iced tea). Otherwise, diet coke makes my mouth feel happy.
And,just thinkin......... spring is around the corner, with a warning that summer fun is very close. So I was thinking about classic vintage swimsuits. Just like the words describe-"classic,"still in style and acceptably beautiful with a ladylike quality, and "vintage," something that is valuable and sought after. (Reminds me to keep drinking my diet coke if I want to get into one of these things.)

Have a wonderful day of "thinkin". It's what helps us to put priorities in order! xo

1 comment:

  1. I love diet coke too!! :o) and all things classic and vintage, but what really struck me was your comment about Liam Neeson. I'm so with you on him! His character seems to shine through his movies..but I had no idea about his wife or sons. Now I want to read about him more. I rarely know anything about an actor's personal life. But one of his movies, besides Batman begins, that we were all stunned with was Taken. His defense of his daughter as a father just blew us away. It struck me that personalities do really sometimes in actors, like Harrison Ford, Tom Cruise, and Tom Hanks. They choose movies that let them be more real than most do. And they seem to consistently show care for others in their roles.

    I really appreciate your comments about losing a mate..and how to love the 'guys' i the family. :o)

    Losing a mate is a terribly difficult thing. My best friend's husband collapsed on the front lawn at age 39 for no discernible reason. It took four years for her to adjust. She had five small children the same ages as mine. It made me very careful to appreciate every moment with my dear hubby. (I also have four boys ages 16, 18, 22, 25..and one daughter. Rebekah and I work to spoil hubby and we know the best way to a guy's heart is..good food. (We regularly entertain the boys and their buddies. :o)

    Love your blog..and your posts. Truly unique approach here!

    Donna @ Comin' Home :o)