Monday, March 28, 2016

Monday Cheer

Hello everyone!  A very warm welcome to you all! The videos I have chosen for this post are:

Butter Life Hack

Hedgehog gets Saved from being Strangled

For the following, I am providing the link sources beneath each photo.  You just need to click on the images to see a larger view.

Hang on...sometimes you have to walk through a few thunderstorms before you reach your rainbow.


Greet the day with gratitude...there's always something to be thankful for!


If you don't mean what you say, then stop talking.


Don't allow one person to tear you down, don't allow one person to ruin your day, don't allow one person to hurt you.  Allow that one person to make you stronger as in the end it's how you choose to respond that counts.


If you want to make the world a better place take a look at yourself and then make that change.


Unity is strength...when there is teamwork and collaboration, wonderful things can be achieved.


Thank you all so much for visiting me here!  I always appreciate and enjoy reading your kind thoughts, which you are always welcome to share!

51 comments:

  1. Hello my dear and sweet Linda, it is so good to be here visiting with you! It seems as if it has been forever long. I have missed your posts as they are always filled with inspiring and uplifting quotes.
    That butter video was quite amazing and that precious little hedge hog was adorable. I love seeing the animal videos, especially when all goes well and they survive mishaps.

    I trust you had a beautiful Easter?
    Much love to you~~
    Debbie

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  2. Anonymous12:53 AM

    Lovely images and quotes. Loved them . Devi:)))

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  3. A beautiful blog!!! Ciao Marco

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  4. Sometimes you have to walk... -> we all have to, dear Linda. Hope is much better now...
    Hug !

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  5. I wish you a Happy Easter Monday, and send lots of greetings from South Europe!

    Mersad
    Mersad Donko Photography

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  6. Aw, love the butter hack, Linda! xoxo

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  7. Hi Linda--loved the butter hack. I'm a butter JUNKIE and even I sometimes forget to put the butter out a bit early.
    Hope you had a nice Easter.

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  8. Γεια σου Linda!
    Έξυπνες οι συμβουλές σου και τα βίντεος. Ευχαριστώ πολύ!
    Πολλούς χαιρετισμούς από την Ελλάδα.

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  9. I wish you a happy Easter Monday Linda. Greetings from Edward.

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  10. Hello, I agree there is always something to be thankful for. A great post and quotes. Happy Monday, enjoy your new week!

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  11. oh that poor hedgehog! The butter hack is a good idea too- I've done the microwave thing with disastrous results

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  12. Merci pour tous tes charmants posts. Bon lundi Linda

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  13. Loved the butter trick. Brilliant.

    Awww on the hedgehog. I'm linking this post to my Awww Mondays post.

    Have a fabulous day Linda. ☺

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  14. Happy Easter Monday Linda, I love the Hedgehog video...lovely selection of sayings..

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  15. poor little hedgehog, so good it was helped:)

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  16. Happy Easter Linda.

    Greetings,
    Filip

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  17. Hi Linda, great tip for the butter. I always ended up slicing cold butter. So glad that those people were able to save the cute hedgehog!

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  18. "If you don't mean what you say, then stop talking" est une belle citation Linda...

    Happy Easter Monday

    .

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  19. Una gran suerte para el pobre erizo que lograsen liberar de la red que lo estrangulaba.
    Y eso de la unión hace la fuerza es una gran verdad y si todos remaríamos juntos llegaríamos a un mondo mejor.

    Saludos.

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  20. Happy Monday, Linda, and hope you had a wonderful Easter:)

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  21. great butter trick- I love your positive blog- so nice in today's world! Cheers!

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  22. I laughed out loud at the butter hack! I've done that so many times and the bread ends up so messy and ugly you don't want to eat it! As for hedgehogs, we found one underneath our deck a few years ago - dead. Don't know what happened. I'd never seen one in the neighborhood.

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  23. Nice butter trick! As always, your posts are encouraging and helpful-thanks :)

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  24. They really took great care of that hedgehog. Great idea for softening butter. I must try it. Have a great week.

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  25. Very interesting and useful your videos. Thanks for visiting my blog.

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  26. Great post enjoyed the videos and all the quotes. Have a blessed day. Madeline

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  27. Hi Linda, thank you very much for visiting my blog and taking the time to leave a lovely comment. I was unable to reply to you directly as you are a 'no reply comment blogger' meaning your email address doesn't show with your comment. I always like to reply to my commenters, so I'm glad I've found you this way. Hope you had a lovely Easter. Kind regards, Judexo

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  28. Wonderful quotes! Thanks for sharing.

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  29. Sweet little hedgehog, so glad he had a happy ending. The butter tip was very good too and I always enjoy life's wise little reminders. Thank you Linda and have a great week :)

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  30. Bonjour Linda, que j'aime les citations imagées! Bise et bonne soirée toute douce!

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  31. Oh dear! Poor hedgehog.

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  32. Loved the quotes...so true! Thanks for sharing Linda...

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  33. I like the Princess Sassy Pants thought.

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  34. Lovely quotes as always! Wishing you a great week ahead, Liuba x

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  35. Best wishes Linda - thanks for visiting!
    B.

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  36. Good morning, Linda. Thank you for sharing these gems with us. I love starting my day with inspirational words. :D


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  37. If you don't mean what you say - that's a true one..

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  38. Happy Monday Linda, thank you for dropping by my blog and leaving such a sweet comment... I like the the quote - Hang on...sometimes you have to walk through a few thunderstorms before you reach your rainbow.... although I do wonder how many thunderstorms we have to walk through ... xox

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  39. love you my friend.

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  40. Hi Linda! I liked video about butter, great idea!

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  41. Hello Linda,
    Very nice and impressive movies.

    Many greetings,
    Marco

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  42. I can't tell you how happy I am to hear that you are on the mend!
    Dearest Linda...you have been in my thoughts all through these dark days. So often I felt tempted to e-mail you, but then thought you may just want a break from everything.
    Believe me, I know exactly how that feels.

    Such a beautiful post...and that beautiful little hedgehog...oh so heart-warming...really touched my heart!:)

    I do so hope you have had a good Easter, my dear friend...and wishing you many happy times ahead.

    All my Love & Hugs xoxoxo

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  43. Hello Linda. You've shared some wise and lovely thoughts with us. I'm so glad the hedgehog was rescued. If only people weren't so careless and left these hazards for wildlife.

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  44. Beautiful, important words of wisdom, dear Linda. Thank you for the goodness and cheer that you bring to the web.

    Many hugs,
    ♥ Jessica

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  45. bonsoir Linda
    je te laisse un petit panier virtuel plein de petits oeufs de Pâques, au chocolate, pour que les journees te soient douces et agreables!
    bisous
    Angie

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  46. Hi Linda! How are you doing? Glad you are back to share your thoughts and wonderful inspiration.

    To a better life.

    You have a great day ahead, Linda.

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  47. Enjoyed the butter hack. Will have to give that a try.
    (Thanks for the note on my site a few days ago.)

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  48. Hi, Linda! I was reading through your posts last night, and the internet went down. Argh! Neat butter trick. I have a slightly different approach. I whip together canola oil and butter (3 parts oil to 4 parts butter) and keep the mixture in a dish in the fridge. It's soft in the fridge, but will melt if left outside the fridge for too long. I have done this for decades. You can use olive oil instead, but it changes the butter flavor so I use canola.

    Poor little hedgehog! Sometimes people don't think or realize the common dangers for wildlife. I've been cutting up plastic rings religiously since the Calgary duck raised the alarm quite a few years ago.

    I hope that you are enjoying your weekend! Hugs to you, my special friend!

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  49. Love the butter, hack. Thanks.

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