Sunday, August 04, 2013

Inspiring Sunday

Hello everyone!  A very warm welcome to you all!  The video I have chosen for this post is a very sweet, heartwarming and inspirational video that I thoroughly enjoyed and hope you all do as well!  It is a short, 4 minute clip about a disabled dog named Mick.  It is wonderful!  Enjoy!

The photos I am sharing today are ones that I took on one of my a park last month.  You just need to click on the images to see a larger view.

Quote:  Don't judge each day by the harvest you reap but by the seeds that you plant. - Robert Louis Stevenson

Quote:  Happiness is not something you postpone for the future; it is something you design for the present.
- Jim Rohn

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  1. Gosh, it is so beautiful where you live, never ending lovely nature just everywhere.

  2. Amazing, Linda, with a little (much more of course !) bit of help... How much more can we help each other... !?
    Big fish !

  3. Aw, the ducklings are so cute, and they're growing so fast. I liked the arched bridge, too. So pretty.

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  4. Hi Linda, What an amazing video, of ciurse I cried for joy (really) ehen he ran.
    Nice photos from your walk and I enjoyed yiur quotes!

    1. Oh my, sorry about the spelling. I wascommenting fron my cell phone and the keys stick. I should have proof read my comment. :)

  5. merci pour cette vidéo c'est très émouvant, les animaux sont d'un courage exceptionnel.
    Les photos sont adorables, merci Linda

  6. Great story Linda, and great music when Mick starts to walk/run ! Two of my daughters are heavily involved in rescuing unwanted dogs from northern reserves - to date they've placed over 165 dogs in loving homes.

    Nice shots - like the one of the bridge the best.

    Have a great week.

  7. Beautiful pics of the pond and fish.

  8. That was such a sweet, sweet video - - sort of like watching a baby learn to be mobile. I think my daughter sent me a brief link to the story but I had not see the video.
    You have some beautiful places where you take walks!

  9. that's an inspirational and touching video, thanks for sharing =) i love the look of this lake. it's so peaceful and pretty. i wish we had this park in my city! :D

  10. I love the bridge in that photo! You have really lovely nature parks where you live.

  11. Such beautiful pictures you have here! Wish I had gone to Montreal. I was visiting Toronto back in 2000 but didn't have the time for other places :(

    Thanks for dropping by my blog ;-)

  12. Thank you Linda for showing us this very touching video and thank you for your visit on my blog.
    I wish you a pleasant day.

  13. Oh my gosh, what a heart-warming video, certainly tugs at the old heartstrings, and knowing that there are kind souls who help little pups like Mick, earth angels indeed. Thank you for sharing this Linda and I also thoroughly enjoyed the photos of your walk. Happy Monday to you :)

  14. Estas fotografías transmiten paz y serenidad, especialmente la del puente. Un abrazo,

  15. What a heart warming story...i love Mick and the people who helped him . And wowzer...those are some big fish :)

  16. Love the Video Linda oh my so happy for Mick. Lovely Shots carps and ducks together :)


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