I needed a rewind on this today. Thought others might use the boost as well.
Shalom, Art


I have a freind who used to tell me “First thing in the morning, eat a live frog. It’s bound to be the worst thing that happens to you all day.”

Uh! A live frog? Wonder if it would taste like chicken?

Now, there is something appealing about getting the worst part of your day over with early. But eating a live frog! Certainly doesn’t sound very positive, does it?

So, let’s see if we can find a better way, a positive way to start the day. No surprise here, start the day by reading a portion of a good book… THE Good Book. Lots of ways to get into this habit. Daily devotionals, preparing for a bible study, just letting it fall open to some passage. However you do it, do it. Make it a routine, get into the habit.

Another positive thing is to have a quiet, one-on-one…

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About aliveintheword

Missouri, USA Married to Marty, 45 years 2 sons (with 2 daughers-in-law) and 2 granddaughters Life dedicated to serving Jesus Christ and delivering the Good News
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6 Responses to

  1. Pingback: Note 338 – My blog is my frog… « My writing challenge

  2. Served “family style.”

  3. granbee says:

    I get this point of this admonition: if there is something you are dreading facing or dealing with that day, get it out of the way first thing in the morning. Now, being a farmchild from Mississippi, I learned to enjoy well-fried froglegs in my childhood!

  4. writinggomer says:

    I’ll pass on the frog, but I’ll have a large portion of God please! 🙂

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