Lessons Learned

When I was a kid fighting with a friend. My mom would always tell me “look at the other point of view or you don’t know until you walk a mile in their shoes” When you are a kid you hate to admit mom was right until you become that mom.

Times have been tight for our family but we have stayed strong and I have to say I have learned some very valuable lessons. Here are a few:

  • Don’t make your net worth more important then you self worth!
  • Money isn’t everything, but it helps,
  • When I thought we were sunk, somehow it always worked out better then I expected.
  • Don’t lose hope!
  • Tough times do build character and makes you appreciate what you have more!
  • There is always someone worse off then you!


Keep your family close to you!

Have a blessed day and better days are coming! Candy

Published in: on August 1, 2009 at 12:43 pm  Leave a Comment  

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