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Begin With One Step (O-5)


 A thought for today in five words:

Take one step, then another!

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I am also participating in
Brenda's 28 Day Challenge at BYG Adventures
using the following format for my posts:
 7 words in 7 days ... April 1-8
  6 words in 6 days ... April 9-15
    5 words in 5 days ... April 16-21
    4 words in 4 days ... April 22-26
    3 words in 3 days ... April 27-29
          2 words in 2 days ... April 30-May 2
                                                         1 word on the final day ... May 3
(Sundays excluded)
This format is easy and fun, you are welcome
to join us in the 28-day Challenge this month!
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15 comments:

  1. One step at a time. I love it! Happy atozing!

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  2. If you think you can't survive the whole day, think only about the next fifteen minutes. Or the next ten seconds. Whatever increment you can handle.

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  3. Great choice for the letter "o", Josie.

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  4. OMG - I love that picture!!!!
    Put a huge smile on my face

    XOXOXO

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  5. I've just given my son this advice as he's becoming stressed about his impending exams!

    Rosa
    @RosaT_Author
    Rosa Temple writes...

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  6. Reminds me of a quote I read. the journey of a thousand miles starts with a single step. The first one is the important one.

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  7. Good one.

    I always liked the one "How do you eat an elephant?" "One bite at a time".

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  8. It reminds me of the old gospel song, "One Day at a Time". One step, one day, it all adds up. With my yard chores, etc., it is the same way. I take one task at a time, to make it manageable. I get it done. Annie from ~McGuffy's Reader~

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  9. Great advice, no matter what one is facing.

    Have a blessed night. :)

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  10. Totally as an aside, I am so in love with that little puffin

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  11. Totally as an aside, I am so in love with that little puffin

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  12. It works better than trying to take a running long jump at a goal. Maybe I have learned a little something in my long life.

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  13. Yep, that's all it takes. Love the picture.

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