Wednesday’s Words


Some people do a Wordless Wednesday post on Wednesdays. A day when they post pictures. I like the alliteration and the idea, except I feel like I need to explain the pictures. Sort of defeats the title, although I love the bloggers that do add an explanation, makes the pictures more meaningful.

I thought I’d go a different direction. If I’m not going to do a Wordless Wednesday, how about a Wordy Wednesday? So, I rounded up seven quotes, thoughts, or ideas that hopefully are encouraging or inspiring. Sometimes they’ll be mine, sometimes quotes of others, with credit for them.

That said (hee, hee) here are today’s thoughts, um, words.

I am strong enough to face tomorrow and smart enough to rest tonight.



Standing tall, with head held high, I can handle life’s punches.

Wishes and dreams are worth holding on to with both hands.

Fine is delicate. Good is acceptable. Great is awesome. We are great.

Happy is a choice. It is my choice to be happy.

I am enough.

Celebrate the day. There is always something to celebrate.

ice cream dessert

Have a great week.

Do you have a quote or mantra you use daily?


About Nita

Quilter, writer, speaker, mom and grandmom. I enjoy making quilts for my grandkids, and other children. I especially love hearing and sharing quilt stories with others, that's how the book came about and this blog will continue to share quilt stories and how God works with quilts to comfort and teach us.
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4 Responses to Wednesday’s Words

  1. I love the affirmations 🙂 We need to have a dose of that daily… something positive to motivate us get through our days

  2. Doug Jarvie says:

    If you cannot say something nice, don’t say anything at all.
    It is better to say nothing and let people think you are dumb than to open your mouth and say something that removes all doubt.
    Blog on!

  3. plaidmaggie says:

    Great inspirational quotes! I will add: Problems are just bumps in the road, I can overcome them!

  4. Glenda Cates says:

    I use several and one of my favorites is “I Think I Can” no ,matter what is happening that I can get through it with the Lords help.As for a Wordless Wednesday I am one who adds the words as I like to explain the pictures I post.

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