I have to thank CharlotteHavs for this! She left me the sweetest compliment when she commented on a post the other day. Sometimes a kind word can make all the difference. It was just what my spirit needed, and God Himself knew it. If I say it a million times, I thank God for your kindness and encouragement. Just trying to be a blessing.
Have a blessed day!
awww how sweet! :)ReplyDelete
sometimes comments made our day.
and encouragement words are very important
I love blogging. Thank you for always come and say encouragement words to me.
Your welcome! You encourage me too!Delete
I love when people are thoughtful and kind... ;-)ReplyDelete
One of the many great things about having a blog :)
It's good to compliment others and give them a smile. Here is a smile for you. :DReplyDelete
So true! Sometimes a simple compliment can even re-inforce your faith in what you are doing!ReplyDelete
I am blessed with blogger friends who encourage and reassure. You are one of them. :)ReplyDelete
I admire you for your faith. I can't believe in god. I don't feel the need to believe :) Thanx for your visit :)ReplyDelete
Thank you for your sweet post on my blog today, Regine! I really like the idea of spreading positivity through even the smallest of gestures!ReplyDelete
Unexpected compliments are the best!! :)ReplyDelete
Exactly! compliments make that the world is better :) I like spreading a positive energy! <3ReplyDelete
Compliments can certainly light up our day :) There are so many precious blogging women that are a blessing.ReplyDelete
Have a beautiful week!
You're nice to give the shout out. It is a great thing when just the right words come in at just the right time. :) Happy Tuesday to you.ReplyDelete
Probably 25 years ago, I was leaving church on Sunday morning and the ushers were handing out the usual Sunday reader. When I got home, I read it, and my life was changed forever. It was just a few quick sentences, the gist of it was - we have the power every day to make someone's life better just by noticing them. As a teacher, I made it my mission to do just that. "nice haircut", "did you get new shoes", "what did you do over the weekend". Obviously many of my statements went much deeper. I retired just 4 days ago and am still reading the letters from the students. Without a doubt, the most common note from the students was "you were the teacher who really cared". And some of those notes are from students I did not have and knew them just by my "good morning, nice backpack'.ReplyDelete
Like you, I try to spread good thoughts in my comments.
I hope your day is sunny and bright.
Thank YOU for taking the time to visit my blog and comment!ReplyDelete
It's nice to meet you as well :-)