I Its the Simple Things In Life That Makes a Difference

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    You Wouldn't Think

    That a easy chore such as doing the laundry, washing the dishes, vacuuming the floor or even cleaning the room would be a big deal, but it is to those who do it all of the time. A cup of coffee with a fritter for a quick breakfast in bed for the one that you love would be a...
    mtvlm mtvlm
    41-45, M
    8 Responses Sep 19, 2010

    Bling

    It's strange that life is full of tricks. Blue smoke and mirrors come dancing by our eyes for a few decades, tempting us, shining in our searching eyes, blinding us with their "bling" and then, like magic, we wake up one day, the glare, the fog, all of the tricks have suddenly...
    hillbillycrone hillbillycrone
    56-60, F
    2 Responses Sep 14, 2011

    Might Mean Much, Might Mean Little.

    it IS THE SIMPLE THINGS IN LIFE that make life, well life. Helping is a part of it, and what i think is that understanding is one of the biggest part of life. correct me if i am wrong but i think we need to help elders and we need to stop polluting the air with smoke and gas...
    zipseal zipseal
    22-25
    1 Response Feb 13, 2009

    Simple Things

                                              it really is the simple things...
    flourlady111 flourlady111
    46-50, F
    3 Responses Jan 6, 2009

    I Love You

    when I hear those words from one of my kids or my husband all the troubles of the day just melt away I know I can make it through anything and I know all will be well
    librakitty05 librakitty05
    41-45, F
    3 Responses Jan 5, 2009

    Simplicity Is What Keeps Me Sane

    Simple things are never really appreciated until they're not there anymore, and only then you realize how important they are in life. Little things like the sun, animals, a view...whatever it may be. The simple things that make a difference for me vary widely, nature plays a big...
    rajiv123 rajiv123
    22-25, M
    4 Responses Mar 6, 2011

    Not the Cost, But the Value That Counts.

    About twenty years ago,I helped a lady to pass her driving test, she had a younger brother who had been oxygen starved at birth, and was attending a school some ten miles from her home. He was an easy going lad and no trouble to have in the car when I was teaching her...
    Cherpee Cherpee
    51-55, M
    1 Response Apr 22, 2009
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