Thursday, February 12, 2009

TEXT Thursday - Feb 12th

Can you believe it's almost the middle of the month! Time just seems to go so fast!

Here's a thoughtful question for you this morning :-)

What's one important value in your life at this moment?

Post a reply in the comments or add a link to your blog post. We'd love to see your answers!


tiggertastic said...

Health... my hubby suffers with depression and the winter is always a very difficult time. Since getting our fish tanks his depression has been so much better and the general mood in the household is excellent. So his health really does effect him, people around him, the things we do and our friends we see.

Sarah x

Candace said...

Right now I value friendship the most, I am so grateful to have a whole bunch of super amazing girls in my life. They make me, smile, laugh and love every single day.

Rose Ann said...

I started off the year with the "love, laugh, live" modo.
At this moment in my life...I believe to show love to my family is most important. The kids are growing up so fast and I want them to know how much I LOVE them before they are off to college/life ♥

Anonymous said...

I think it would have to be a good work ethic. I am just glad they were instilled in me in an early age. I've been working since 15, and am glad I can come home from work and be proud of what I've accomplished and don't have to second guess myself.

barbie391 said...

The things I value most in life are my husband of almost 48 years- my children who are so thoughfull and loving and my brother and my husbands family who are left.

Candy said...

My great neice is in the hosptial diagnosed with Guillim Barre. She is 100% on life support and is paralyze everywhere but can nod her head a little. If anyone would like to pray for her please email me and I will connect you to caringbridge so that you can read her story.
The thing I value most is family.

Ali said...

I posted about this on my Blog... It is a wonderful question, and sorry it took me so long to get to the right BOM (planned page) file! Here you go: