Tuesday, October 24, 2006

Gotta love it

Life is not easy for any of us. But what of that? We must have perseverance and above all confidence in ourselves. We must believe that we are gifted for something and that this thing must be attained. --Marie Curie Polish-French chemist

I just had to share this. I read it this morning on Brownies for Breakfast blog.

As my friend, Pam, likes to say: syn-crow-nicity.

13 comments:

BlueJude said...

Thanks. I needed that today!

Hulda said...

You really got a lovley gift in the mail! Lovely paintings.

Lisa said...

Darcy. :)

Hulda, I did, didn't I?

Emma said...

So very true!

Sioux said...

I needed that, Lisa. I am going blood for my surgery tomorrow...one more thing I've never done before. I need that positive thinking! Again, thanks!! ((((HUGS))))

melba said...

I am happy you received such lovely packages you shared in the post below. I have found that bloggers are so generous!

I was thinking of you when I titled my SPC post today (the perfection of service)Tonight I read the heart chakra chapter and I Really got alot out of it. I hope you do too.

You are doing good, loving service. It probably will not always be in this same form, but what you do does make a difference. I feel it.

XOXO,Melba

Tongue in Cheek Antiques said...

Of those French women!!

tinker said...

Thanks, Lisa - I needed that! :)
xo

Me said...

I love the collage from collette - very nice - you had a fun day!! And this post...yeah - funny I am completely inarticulate today.

Daisy Lupin said...

Hey Lisa, I got one of your ATC's in the Fave Movie Swap, 'Chocolat', one of my favourite film and books. I loved it.

Kai said...

I adore Marie Curie.. thanks for a nice bright spot in my wednesday..
Peace, Kai.

Deb said...

Thanks for the inspiration! I have been catching up on all the wonderful crafting you have going on. (I am also trying to figure out the crocheted base for those pouches ~ lots of ripping out going on! :)
Deb

Lisa said...

I enjoyed reading all your comments. I'm glad you liked the quote. It struck me too. :)