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Monday, March 22, 2010

2010 Life Path Challenge


Well I have traveled from Southern California back to Ukraine and I must admit the jet-lag has really hit me this time. Enough so that I am late in getting this on, but at last here it is. I like to have it on by late Sunday or Monday so I'm really stretching it. Thanks for your patience.
Question:
1. IN WHAT AREA OF YOUR LIFE DO YOU MOST NEED GROWTH, AND WHAT WILL YOU DO ABOUT IT THIS YEAR?

6 comments:

Rebecca Ednie said...

Very nice, I love the flowers! Rebecca Ednie/thebragal Swap-Bot

Agnetha said...

Very nice cards!!!

(Agnetha - SwapBot)

Maria Isabel said...

I need to grow in the love area of my life, I know love is supposed to be patient and kind but I find myself hurting those I "love" Which makes me believe I do not know how to love the way HE wises us to love one another.
-mariaisabel "comments on craft/design blog swap"

Jennifer McLean said...

your project is quite lovely and your question is a good one. I am working on growing my belief in my own talent. Its difficult to believe in oneself but I keep working on it. I also want to shrink ME. lol. Losing weight would be nice. Hey, I'll just have to grow in one way and shrink in another. hehehe.
Jaemac from swap-bot

Coleen Franks said...

Best thing I've found for "shrinking" oneself (don't we all want that?) is an internet program called "The Lord's Table" which you can find by going to settingcaptivesfree.com
It's not a diet, but a permanent way of life in a trim body. Got me exercising, that was major.

Coleen Franks said...

"Shrink" the body? Try "The Lord's Table" at settingcaptivesfree.com
Not a diet, but a permanent way of living in a trip body. Got me exercising, that was major.

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