Thursday, February 19, 2009

Words Of Cheer

I need some words of cheer this morning.
Don't worry, Let us be of good cheer remembering that the misfortunes hardest to bear are those which never come. By Lowell
Your time is far too brief --For cruel act or words that sting, For worthless grief --At Fortune's slight.--Let your Heart sing!--'Twill soon be night.--Your days are far too few --For faulty wish, or deed, that bring--No happiness to you.--Keep your shield bright,--With Honour ring!--'Twill soon be night. By Susan Holton In Streams In The Desert

7 comments:

Charlene said...

Patsy,

I think a lot of us worry about things that it does no good to think about. I read somewhere that worry is a misuse of the imagination. It is a pretty day here in the village. We have power which is wonderful. I have friends in the bootheel that still don't have power.

Well, friend, have a blessed day.

Carol said...

Thanks for the great post Patsy!
Blessings,
Carol

Darla said...

That's quite a cheery photo! Smile, God loves you. I could not access the post where Bennie backed the cake, going to try again right now.

Darla said...

Nope it still goes back to the old book post!

Shellmo said...

Thank you for the words of cheer! I hope tomorrow is a sunny day for you both!!

Renie Burghardt said...

I love the plants in the window, Pasy. They look so cheery. I have a bunch of plants as well, in the bay window. Anything green and growing brings cheer.

Beautiful passages. Smile, God loves you!

Hugs and blessings,

Renie

Beautiful Pear Tree Lane said...

I loved your plants and those words from Streams in the Desert.
Thank you for stopping by and your kind words.
Blessings,
Sue