What a wonderful week we all had. I hope you found time to read or write!
Here’s the weekly installment of Tweets of the Week.
— Jane Zarse (@ZarseJane) May 31, 2016
What an uplifting positive message to start off with. Thanks @ZarseJane!
As an aside, after feeling uplifted by the tweet, let me digress. The “make it count” line at the end of that tweet made my feeble brain immediately drift to this clip from Happy Gilmore. Sorry. No one ever said I was smart.
I got us off track with the Happy Gilmore clip. Sorry about that. Hopefully this gets you right back in the mood for an uplifting vibe.
Our purpose is simple – to Love.
To love each other,
To love all life,
To love our earth.
A D Williams
Pic A Nelson pic.twitter.com/coGMFTDU5Q
— Ramblings (@ramblingsloa) June 1, 2016
Did it work? Good. Let’s enjoy that uplifted spirit.
It’s time to dance. What better way to dance than like a nerdy mathematician like myself.
If you haven't read @DanBuri777 's book Pieces Like Pottery & enjoy thought- provoking short stories, I encourage u to get it now on Amazon
— Reeb a Book (@TrishReeb) June 2, 2016
I know. I’m making a habit of this shameless plug for my book. What can I do?! Stop saying such nice things about my book!
Isn’t that fantastic? Love it.
I found way more quality posts on Facebook this week than on Twitter. If you haven’t seen this video of Steve Harvey before, it’s worth a watch. One of my older brothers sent this to me about a year ago. I like to watch it every now and then. Go ahead, we’ll wait for you…
This makes me think of my favorite quote: “Things turn out best for the people who make the best of the way things turn out.” – John Wooden
Now that’s a post we can end our week on! Keep writing away friends! Have a wonderful weekend.
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