March 12, 2018


Oh My God! It's Monday!

How did that happen!

What happened to Saturday and Sunday...woooosh! Is it only one hour we spring forward or was it 47 and a half?

Never-the-less, it is Monday and time for a Sparkle.

In her own words, McGuffy's Reader writes, "I believe we are meant to be lights in this world. If we allow our light to shine, we can see where we are going. It is then that we can begin to truly see each other clearly. There is hope. Together, we can light up the entire world!

So, on Monday, she posts a Sparkle, a bit of wisdom to light the path.  She invites us to participate. 

 I chose to accept her invitation.

Sparkle, my friend, Sparkle.

Courtesy of Manager Foundation

Plant a seed today!


  1. That's a quote I haven't heard before, and it's a very good one! We can spend our lives regretting what we didn't do, or, if it's still important to us, we can look for a way to make it happen now!

    1. Exactly! It's never too late to start something new, learn something new. do something dreamed about.


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  3. What a great quote! So...what are you planting? :)

  4. Great quote because there is always still time. :) I have a love/hate relationship with trees. Love them in some ways, but then when they are big and hover over the house...not liking them so much. Ours were planted 30+ years ago. Pruning is badly needed. :)

    Peabea@Peabea Scribbles

    Peabea@Peabea Scribbles

  5. That is a great spark. We will plant seeds soon, it is a little too cold in Massachusetts right now :)

  6. Oh, you rock this! Thank you. I have heard this quote and totally agree. You might like to know that we do this. Where we find trees planted by God, squirrels, or unknown others, we save them to replant in their own natural environment, in places where they may thrive. Yes, we are tree-huggers. HUGS! ​Sparks: 23​
    Annie at ~McGuffy's Reader~

  7. An excellent reminder that it is better to start and not to begin at all.

  8. My one of most favorite quote dear Toni!
    and since my childhood my relation with trees is exceptional

  9. A fantastic reminder to invest in the future of our earth. I'm so looking forward to spring so I can get out, dig in the dirt and plant stuff!


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