35 thoughts on “#GrannySays – #Humor – Inspiration – #Wisdom

    • I know what you mean, Harmony, but I also know that you know how to make the very best of bad situations and have often kept smiling in the pouring rain! More power (and less rain!) to you, my friend! Thanks for stopping by and here’s to a wonderful weekend for YOU, too! Hugs back atcha! πŸ€—πŸ’–πŸ€—

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  1. Good ol’ Granny! Making the most of what’s happening is the only healthy way of coping. Resentment and misery just make a bad situation worse. Some of our best days out with the kids have been down on the beach (appropriately dressed) during stormy weather. There’s an exhilaration that’s missing from those lazy days in the sun. ❀ πŸ˜€ :3

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    • You hit the nail on the head, Trish. We can’t STOP the rain when it comes, but spending the day at the beach regardless is a great way of letting it know you plan to have fun, regardless! Here’s wish you a wonderful, SUN-filled weekend, spent doing all the things you love to do, with all the people you love to be with! πŸ€—β€οΈπŸ€—

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    • Good reminder, Jeanne! I agree … be wild and crazy with those dance moves, and enjoy every minute of them, rain or no rain! Thanks so much for stopping by today, and here’s to a great weekend, too! πŸ˜€ ❀

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    • Beautifully said, Liza! Having lost a good friend recently, I’m reminded daily that life is short, and we should get the most out of every minute! Or as we used to say in the old days, don’t sweat the small stuff … and in the grand scheme of things, it’s pretty much ALL small stuff!

      I particularly like your advice that we should share our umbrellas, too! Are you sure you aren’t related to Granny?

      Thanks for stopping by today, and I’m looking forward to seeing more of you around TWS now and then! πŸ˜€ ❀

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  2. So, so true, Marcia. In the midst of our struggles, we forget to dance. But if we can do a few moves, miracles occur. Thank you for the reminder and the smiles. ❀️

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  3. So very true. Let’s stand tall and proud beneath those rainclouds, be they literal or metaphorical. Let’s embrace the challenges they rain on us and welcome others to share our umbrellas. Let’s love life!

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    • I’ll just bet that’s exactly what it means, Mike! This is a SIGN! Probably. πŸ˜‰

      Here’s to dancing in the rain while publishing books. (Wait. That sounds messy. 😁 But you get my drift.) I can’t wait to check it out as soon as it becomes available, even though I’m guessing it probably doesn’t include any dancing capybaras, rain or no rain. It’s still bound to be great, and I’ll want to get it for my granddaughter.

      Wishing you much success with your publishers! πŸ˜€ ❀


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