This wall decal from The Art Deli reveals one of life's insights of happiness. When we give our best everyone around us benefits including ourselves.
Help. I have started my very own online gift shop business at www.pleasingiftbaskets.com and I need to get the word out. I need more "friends," "likes," "sharing," plus tips to get on top of my advertising learning curve. In a few weeks I'll have my official logo completed and can seek out other advertising forms, but for now I still need help. I have supplies to
create several more assorted gift baskets and want to develop other types of baskets that I can duplicate and even ship but I am running out of room to store my assembled baskets. Will you help me via Facebook and word of mouth share or refer people you know who might like my gift baskets or even buy them for someone who'd like them?
I have never met or heard of a person who doesn't like gifts. Gifts help inspire happiness. We can find and give gifts everyday. One just needs to look around and then with some thought one can discover all of the abundant gifts available for the giving and taking.
Without counting ... Life is one of our greatest daily gifts that we can have.
Janet Burrup Spencer
Writing about myself here reminds me of all my English assignments at the beginning of the school year were I had to write an essay about myself or one of those get-to-know you socials where everyone has to say several new & interesting things about themselves. I never did get smart and save my answers to use them again. For some reason I always feel hesitant and at times unclear about what I should say about myself that would be interesting. So this is me at a glimpse: I grew up in Rockville, Maryland - went to Wheaton High School - went to Ricks College - met my husband while at school - am a mother of six children - live in Rexburg, Idaho - received my associates' degree from BYU-I in 2011 - actively a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints - actively volunteer in the Boy Scouts of America program in Cub Scouts - and like to organize and create things.