Sunday Thoughts

“We all write poems; it is simply that poets are the ones who write in words.” ~ John Fowles


Good morning, dear friends.  Yesterday, as I was going through my volumes of quotes,  poems, and beautiful words which I have accumulated through the years, I found something which seemed worthy to share on a Sunday morning ~ a message of good wishes.  I hope you will enjoy this piece which has been with me for many years ~ tuck it away in your heart for a cloudy day.  Unfortunately, the author is unknown.

“I hope you never stop finding joy in the seemingly mundane

~that you never stop staring in awe as the milk spins galaxies in your morning coffee

or finding joy in the way that certain flowers smell in the spring

or how beautiful bookshops are

or how everyone you know has enough stories to fill an entire novel

or how your favorite sweater seems to warm you in the winter from the inside out.

I just hope you never feel like life is boring when

everything else is a testament that it isn’t.” ~ Unknown


Thanks for visiting.

Wishing you and yours a day filled with joy and beauty.


Au Revoir,





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12 thoughts on “Sunday Thoughts

  1. This is such a beautiful poem, Sandra. I’m so glad you shared it with us. I’m going to be tucking it away in my heart for those cloudy days. Many all the good you send out with your beautiful posts come back to you in manifold blessings.

    Brenda xox

    1. Thank you, Brenda. I said to my husband last evening, “I have received more in my life than I have ever given.” You are a gift. Blessings, dear friend.

    1. Dear Bonnie, I am so happy this was meaningful for you and I hope you Sunday School class will enjoy it also. Wishing you a beautiful day, my friend!

  2. Sweet Sandra, thank you for these very inspirational words! I’m going to save these words and keep them close to my heart! You have such a gift for uplifting others, and thank you for sharing it with us! Happy Sunday, dear friend!!!

    1. Dear Shannon, thank you so much for your lovely words. I appreciate them so much. Happy you enjoyed the post. Blessings to you and your family, dear friend!

  3. Sometimes a word from a stranger makes all the difference in our lives. A couple of years back, I saw a decorative sign that said “Somebody else would be happy to have what you have” If you don’t believe that, just turn on the news. As a nation, we have forgotten gratitude.

    1. Myrna, sadly your words are true. Thanks so much for your visit and have a lovely day. Hope you will have a beautiful October.

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