Motivational Monday – Week 8

Why does such a simple thing as keeping busy help to drive out anxiety? Because of a law – one of the most fundamental laws ever created by psychology. And that law is: that it is utterly impossible for any human mind no matter how brilliant, to think of more than one thing at any given time.

By Dale Carnegie

 

For the multi-taskers out there, this is something to think about. Also for those who text and drive – you are not paying attention at what’s in front of you if you are texting. So for the safety of everyone on the road, please don’t text and drive.

 

Until next time. Stop and smell the roses.

Rosalinda, The Rose Lady

 

Rosalinda R Morgan

Author and Garden Writer

 

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Wordless Wednesday 7 – Storm Clouds at Whitney Lake

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Until next time – Stop and smell the roses.

Rosalinda, The Rose Lady

 

Rosalinda Morgan

Author & Garden Writer

 

Motivational Monday – Week 7

The shaping of our life is our own work. It is a thing of beauty, or a thing of shame, as we ourselves make it. We lay the corner and add joint to joint, we give the proportion, we set the finish. It may be a thing of beauty and of joy forever. God forgive us if we pervert our life from putting on its appointed glory.

By William Ware

 

Until next time. Stop and smell the roses.

Rosalinda, The Rose Lady

 

Rosalinda R Morgan

Author and Garden Writer

 

Motivational Monday – Week 6

 

“Do you know that if you are courteous and pleasant all day during your work that you will go home at night less fatigued than if you gave way to irritation? Pleasantry, light laughs, relieve tension. It isn’t work that makes you tired, it’s your mental attitude. Try it.”

By Dale Carnegie

 

Until next time. Stop and smell the roses.

Rosalinda, The Rose Lady

 

Rosalinda R Morgan

Author and Garden Writer

The Iron Butterfly

BAHALA NA (Come What May)

What is the Best Valentine Day’s Gift? Find out.

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This year’s Valentine Day is different for me. After 46 years of marriage, what is there to give? Roses? No. I like fragrant roses from my garden. Chocolates? I like See’s Candies but they are not sold in South Carolina. Diamond? Not my kind of stone. I like pearls and colored stones. I want none of those things. Basically, we don’t exchange gifts on Valentine’s Day through the years. We both believe that we should give gifts whenever we want. Not just on Valentine’s Day. This year, I just want good health for me and my husband.

My husband has been sick on and off since May of last year. On Feb.1, 2016, I had to rush him to ER at Roper Hospital in West Ashley, Charleston because he thought he was dying and had a hard time breathing. A few hours later, they transferred him to the ICU at Roper Hospital in Downtown Charleston for kidney failure. His kidney was not functioning at all. Zero. He was in ICU for 5 days. He is still in the hospital. We are not rich and I dread to see how much his hospital bill will be when he gets out. I have no idea how we will be able to pay for it. Without dialysis the doctor said he will live 2-3 months but with dialysis he could live for a long time and lead a normal life. He will be on dialysis for the rest of his life.

I would like to give him back his health as my Valentine Day’s gift to him and that includes paying his medical bills. I would appreciate it very much if you can help me. I’m not asking for donation. Nothing of the sort. I’m asking people to buy either one of my two books available at www.amazon.com/author/rosalindarmorgan to help me pay for his medical bills.

BAHALA NA (Come What May), a WWII story based on my father’s life during WWII. BAHALA NA literally means Leave it to God.

The Iron Butterfly, a story of a young widow with nine young children to support based on my grandmother’s life.

The little royalty I will get from them will ease the burden of my husband’s tremendous medical bills. If you cannot afford the paperback, BAHALA NA on Kindle is only $0.99. Everything counts.

Thank you and God bless you all.

 

Rosalinda Morgan, The Rose Lady

www.rosalindasgarden.com

www.rosalindarmorgan.wordpress.com