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Garibay Soup: Just a Motivating Monday - Our Children

Monday, August 24, 2009

Just a Motivating Monday - Our Children

If you're just joining in:

-Write a blog post about ANYTHING at all that inspires you, or something you feel will inspire others.

-Please link back to Garibay Soup


-Please snag my Just a Motivating button on your post.


-I hope that we can all go and visit each other's blogs and read what everyone has linked up ~ I hope that this carnival can bring more traffic for you :) So, spread the comment love!


Today has been everything but motivating for me, so I am back tracking and bringing up a wonderful quote (already once posted here at Garibay Soup) that EVERY MOTHER should read. It's short, simple, but is definitely inspiring to me and hopefully to you as well. I hope to see people link up and help to motivate this Monday for me!!


Something that we all should remember. Here's a quote from Gordon B. Hinckley..

"Do the best you can. And remember that the greatest asset you have in this world is those children who you've brought into the world, and for whose nurture and care you're responsible."

Our homes don't have to be perfect. The main thing that matters is that our children are getting the love, care and attention that they so deserve. They are the reason we exist.


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3 Comments:

Blogger Ashlee said...

I love that quote! It's so true. Thanks for posting it. Great reminder of what's important in life!

August 24, 2009 at 9:39 AM  
Blogger BoufMom9 said...

What a wonderful quote!
Found you on the 5MFM blog frog and wanted to let you know that I linked your meme on my Meme Galore blog :)
http://memesgalore.blogspot.com/

August 24, 2009 at 2:37 PM  
Blogger Lesslie said...

UGH. I missed the McLinky by like 13 minutes!!!

http://twolittlelampheres.blogspot.com/2009/08/motivating-monday-happiness.html

I love the quote as well, It reminds me that even though my house looks like a cyclone hit it, and there are a ton of dishes piled so high in the sink that I can't even wash my hands, or that I haven't folded or done laundry or Mopped the floors, that at least, I had great moments (and not so great moments) with the people who make me want to be a better person every single day.

August 25, 2009 at 12:16 AM  

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