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The Courage to Get Out Of Bed

Kathy Kinney and Cindy Ratzlaff admire the heroic effort of just getting out of bed some days.

She had never thought of herself as being very strong or brave. Yet she had the courage to get

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out of bed everyday and show up with a smile on her face and a willingness to do the best she could. That was heroic. – Queenisms™

Everyone is carrying a burden, seen or unseen. Some live with physical pain. Some suffer from emotional pain. Some days it takes a heroic effort just to get out of bed and be in the world. Most folks are doing the best they can. So when we are out and about today, let’s remember that people don’t wear their woes like a sandwich board around their necks. We can’t always know what’s going on behind a smile or a frown. Let’s be a gentle spot in someone’s day today and maybe even dare to be a bright spot. Who’s with us?
Photo: Vickie Honzel’s mom Grace Shockley Morrison

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4 Responses to “The Courage to Get Out Of Bed”

  1. Denise says:

    I am with you. Let us be gentle and kind to others and in the future may some of that same gentleness and kindness be there for us when WE need it. We never do know what someone else is truly carrying so if we can lighten the load with a smile good deal. Thanks for the reminder.

  2. cindy says:

    Queen Denise, we’re thankful to know there are women like you out there lightening the load of others.

  3. Jacie says:

    Was just thinking about her today. I decided to google her name. Weird to find this, let alone exactly a year from the day it was posted. I don’t think it’s quite a coincedence that this is exactly what I needed to hear or find.

  4. cindy says:

    Thinking about you today, as well, Queen Jacie.

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