Tuesday, December 4, 2012

What Do You Believe?

I believe that you should dare to dream the impossible. 

I believe that it's OK to color outside the lines and to not play by the rules. Don't dress like a cowboy when you're not cowboying? Neither do I...and I'm ok with that. 



I believe that family is the most valuable treasure you can posses. 

I believe that a new lipstick, a new rope and a new pair of heels (or boots) can work wonders for a bad attitude. 

I believe in saying "please" and "thank-you", "ma'am" and "sir". Manners are universally beautiful in men and women, in the young and old. 

I believe that the rituals in an artist's life are essential. 



I believe that creativity should be tenderly and seriously fostered in people, wether they believe they are creative or not. 

I believe that sunrises should never be taken for granted. They're magical and you never know where, if and when you'll be able to experience one again. 

I believe that most everyone wants to feel special and respected, and it doesn't take much to make them feel that way. No skin off my back, I feel the same way. 



I believe that if we all found a child or person to mentor to throughout our lifetime, the world would be a better place. 

I believe that water is completely under-appreciated. 

I believe that confidence is the most stunning feature a woman can have. 




I believe that mothers are heros. Mine is. 

I believe that sometimes the only word that will suffice is a good, emphatic, clearly annunciated cuss word. 

I believe that no food should be thought of as "off limits". 



I believe that we are given one life, a set of talents, beliefs and ambition, and it's an amazing adventure to see what we are capable of achieving with what we've been given. Don't you?

xo xo Liz 



9 comments:

  1. This is such a great post!! I love it!

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  2. Wonderful post I agree wholeheartedly!

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  3. Thank you, Dolls! I'm so very glad you liked it! :)

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  4. i wear camo and tennis shoes when im not out 'cowboying' or in my case 'cowgirling'

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  5. Jenn, I LOVE THAT!! When I used to work for Van Normans and would go to town, I would get dressed up...I've always had a weakness for heels. People would tell me, cowgirls don't wear clothes like that!! And I would always say, If I'm pulling a cowboy wage then whatever the heck I'm wearing is EXACTLY what a cowgirl would wear! Good for you to wear what you like! Love that in a person :))

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