Wednesday, April 23, 2014

Always Kiss Her Goodnight

A smile is better than the most expensive lipstick.

The nicest decorations for any home, no matter how poor or how grand, are fresh flowers.

Little gifts should be given to those you love frequently and for no reason at all. They’re the best.

Even when the situation is awkward and you feel uncomfortable, in moments of grief it is always appropriate to give the hurting person a hug and say, “I’m sorry.”

Learn to make your own bread. It’s so much better. Especially with good butter and homemade preserves.

Everyone should read the Little House on the Prairie series, the Chronicles of Narnia, and Jeremiah Johnson.

Our families are insane, out of their minds, loud and constantly in our business….but they’re family. Culture relationships with them and stay friends anyway.

Always make time for children in your life.

Watch Hatari! with John Wayne again.

When having dinner with a group of people, technically the ladies aren’t supposed to refill their wine glasses….a man is. One hopes that the men at the table are paying attention to the state of one’s glass.

Make your own vanilla extract, spaghetti sauce, and whipped cream. They're just better.

Never underestimate the support and pleasure that can be found from a good bra. Also, never underestimate the discomfort that comes from wearing the wrong type cut of panties when playing cowboy all day.

Candles are always a nice touch at supper, even when you’re alone. Maybe especially when you’re alone.

Never fully trust people if they don’t have books in their house.

Never pass up an opportunity to rope the dummy.

Unless your parents are major dirtballs, never date anyone who doesn’t want to meet your family.

You can’t live a positive life unless you approach life with an amazing attitude and a positive outlook.

Always brush your hair starting from the ends.

Never wash your t-shirts and socks together.

Have a signature perfume. 

If you like her, always kiss her goodnight. 

xo xo Liz


  1. Perfection to a T... Life is all about the little things that add up to the big things... When asked what my favorite things are my answe is always green grass and baby calves it's the

    1. Little things that add up to the big things

    2. Yes exactly Maddi! I so agree! At the end of the day our favorite memories are generally the "trivial," everyday occurrences...and we're blessed to know it! :) Big hugs girl!!

  2. your writing so inspires me, it brings out my inner voice. We are getting ready for a big life change, moving from extreme mountain life for 3 1/2 years at Brooks lake lodge to a big working cattle ranch in Sheridan .. I can manifest my destiny in my minds eye and see myself there already.. your little wisdoms lead the way.

    1. Oh I am so honored, and how exciting! Sounds like you're about to embark on a HUGE adventure! Thanks for reading and taking the time to comment, made my day! :)