Encouraging Thoughts found on Everyday Items


For Wednesday’s words today I’m sharing pictures of inspirational or uplifting words found on different items in stores. I take pictures with no clue what I’ll do with them, so for today some are being shared with you.

A simple jar cut-out that looks like a large canning jar, to be hung on the wall, or maybe on the porch? Imagine it filled with seeds of dreams.grow big dreams

This next one isn’t so much inspirational or uplifting, although it is encouraging. Mostly it made me smile, I hope it does the same for you. This is a refrigerator magnet. if no one comes from future to stop you

Another refrigerator magnet, because sometimes we just need a reminder to hang on, life is going to get better. hang in there baby magnetMugs are always a great source for thoughts. Pictures of them take up less space than the actual mugs. inspirational mug trio collage


Picture frames with words do double duty. I don’t have this one, yet.  A picture of all my grands would be great in this one, or one of my husband. What would you put in it? allow faith to take control



Another simple wall plaque.wisdom begins in wonder


And finally, great suggestion found hanging above a fireplace in a hotel.do one thing that makes you happy

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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3 Responses to Encouraging Thoughts found on Everyday Items

  1. vidyatiru says:

    love all these quotes.. and yes, so totally agree with the last one (and bad decisions, well there were no time travelers, were there?)

  2. Doug Jarvie says:

    The trouble with time travel is that by the time I have figured out that something I did was a bad idea, and I go back to tell myself how bad it was, I cannot find myself because I have already moved on.

  3. Jeanine Byers says:

    I love the jar idea! And I agree about the power of hearing “hang in there, baby!” even if you’re seeing it on the wall or the fridge.

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