Are colouring books still a thing? And how did or do you treat this particular trend?
Cleaning out a bookshelf the other day, I came across a colouring book that my darling daughter had given me. It is a sweet little book called “Mindfulness colouring”, and not only does it have some beautiful pictures, but it also has some highly thoughtful quotes.
I get a kick out of ferreting out the weird and wonderful, so I hope you enjoy them.
The last time I posted some bizarre facts, post: My top 3 Bits of Useless Information, it appears you ate them up. Obviously not literally, that’s an impossibility, but you did seem to enjoy them according to the analysing data I have at my fingertips.
So I’m intrigued to see if this
My parents used to tell me that you could count your true friends on the fingers of one hand. True friends not only are fun, but they are there for you when needed.
I’ve talked about friendship before somewhere in this blog… ah, found it! …. Lost My Phone when I enlisted the help of a dear friend to go searching under cars in a public car park!
And I still get a real buzz when a friend steps out and goes beyond to give me something I was not expecting.
Somebody is always willing to help when you need it. All you need to do is ask.
Growing up, there was a saying my father would often come out with and that was “Just ask.” He would usually quantify the statement with “after all, what’s the worst that can happen? The person can say ‘no’.”
I took that saying, lived by it and taught it to my children.
Recently I did