You just never know…

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http://maientertainmentlaw.com/?search=50mg-levitra I have a Christmas Cactus plant that had been in my office for several years. It loved the sun shining in the floor to ceiling windows.

http://maientertainmentlaw.com/?search=does-generic-propecia-work The plant seemed to be growing more on one side of the pot than the other so I thought I'd see if I could start another plant on the other side of the pot. I cut a small piece off the end and stuck it in the dirt to see if it would take root.

go site A few days later, I noticed a new sprout coming up out of the dirt, near where I had put the piece in the dirt but it sure didn't look like the cactus. I looked closer and really couldn't figure out what it was.

http://maientertainmentlaw.com/?search=buy-viagra-overnight-delivery I asked someone to come and look to see if they could tell. We got the magnifying glass with light to really look close. He says to me 'it looks like there's a seed on the top' which I had thought was just dirt. 'It looks like a watermelon seed!'

miglior sito per comprare viagra generico 25 mg a Napoli After a moment of confusion over how would a watermelon seed get in with my Christmas Cactus it dawns on me. Several months before, after eating my watermelon pieces, I had a bit of juice that I poured into my plant. And in that juice there was a seed.

http://cinziamazzamakeup.com/?x=dove-acquistare-viagra-generico-25-mg-a-Torino The week before when I stuck the scissors into the dirt to get a little hole for the piece I had cut, it must've moved the watermelon seed in the dirt just enough to get it growing to this little sprout. Wow, it had been several months since the seed landed in the dirt.

see url As the saga continued, the watermelon grew for a while, flowered even but alas, didn't get enough fun in the sun. For awhile it really was an interesting pair with the watermelon and the Christmas Cactus. I wish I still had some pictures… But the watermelon plant didn't survive, but the cactus still thrives in my kitchen. There's one of it's flowers below.

prezzo vardenafil generico 20 mg The reason I bring this up is:

  • What seeds are we planting?
  • Did we plant them on purpose or were they accidental?
  • How long might they take to sprout?
  • How do we continue to help them to sprout and grow?

pet meds lasix 40mg Your words are seeds. Use the positive affirmations to sprout and grow what you would like in your life.

Someone told me they weren't able to start the 21 Day Challenge so they missed it. I said start today or tomorrow, but start! Start bringing positive affirmations into your life today and planting the seeds of tomorrow.

Angel Blessings to you.

Sue

empowerment4you@gmail.com

PSA  I am excited about every new day. Thank you. christmas cactus

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3 Responses to You just never know…
  1. gregordeb@charter.net
    November 5, 2011 | 10:19 pm

    What a great piece, Sue! And all that power in that tiny little package – seeds are just magical.

    Deb

  2. empowerment4youbridge
    November 7, 2011 | 5:56 am

    Thank you. You just never know that’s for sure!

  3. Tina Mancusi
    November 8, 2011 | 6:42 pm

    I LOVED the questions you proposed:
    What seeds are we planting?
    Did we plant them on purpose or were they accidental?
    How long might they take to sprout?
    How do we continue to help them to sprout and grow?

    It is a reminder that we are always planting seeds and sometimes we aren’t even aware that we are doing it! A good reminder that it is so important to pay attention to what we are saying as it will either help someone/something take flight or shoot them/it down.

    Thank You, keep up the good work 🙂

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