Water the Flowers

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  1. Reblogged this on Too much sanity may be madness… and commented:

  2. Love it! Thank you.

  3. Anonymous says:

    Wonderful post, Lisa. Hope you’re well.

  4. candidkay says:

    A wonderful reminder on a day my ex seems to be acting like the weeds. I try to focus on the beauty, the flowers, what lies ahead.

  5. Lori says:

    Such a simple lesson! If you give the power, it will be taken. Focus on giving your power and momentum to the good in your life. Love it!

  6. Aw, yes. Them there dern weeds…

  7. As a relationship that became choked with more weeds than flowers comes to an end, this hits close to home. Right now, it hurts the worst, but I know it is for the best.

  8. momfawn says:

    Absolutely lovely — and so true! – Fawn

  9. Gede Prama says:

    visit, read the article and thanks for posting your article is quite good and we hope that all our friends all success and thank you all, greetings. (This is a good thing) 🙂

  10. Chrissie says:

    I LOVE that line. “Whatever we nurture, grows”. 🙂

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