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Saturday, April 19, 2008

I was Tagged!

So I've been tagged by Product Junkie Diva and Antithesis!
I feel horrible for being late in the game because it's been a busy week... So I was instructed to

1-Write a six-word memoir
2-Link to the person who tagged them
3-Tag five more blogs
4-Leave a comment with five more blogs to play

Ok so I gonna break the rules and do 3 out of the 4 parts of the game...I'm sorry!!! lol

Here goes

My memoir is
Its better to give than receive..

This is something that I try to live by everyday. It's easier said then done but I feel like giving of your time when others are in need helps people to stick together, builds new and maintian old relationships. When I give money, I'd like it to reach people at their point of need and I hope somehow what I give will keep on giving...Maybe, just maybe, if I help someone out they will continue the chain and give of their time, support, or money to someone else when the time comes.

I feel like the people I wanted to tag have already been tagged! So this is the part where I break the rules. lol

Ok I'm off to make comments on 5 more blogs.

Thanks for inculding me!



Jackie Edwards said...

Sorry...I'm pretty much gonna break all the rules. I just wanted to comment on your "its better to give than to receive" quote. I REALLY and TRULY believe this. I've always felt more joy and more satisfaction from being able to give someone something they either needed, or wanted and to see their eyes light up when they got it. It's not really that altruistic of an act on my part, to be honest because it almost gives me the same kind of pleasure that they get!

Anonymous said...

"Love has nothing to do with what you are expecting to get, only with what you are expected to give... which is everything" (Katherine Hepburn)I agree with Wonder Woman about trying to live by it everyday. It's not an easy task because a lot of people are out for themselves. So, yes it is better to give than receive. It is such a goof feeling to see and know how happy we make a person feel, like jackie edwards said in her response. If I had all the money in the world, i would take care of the people who i love dearly and who are in need and then myself. That's just me:) Much luv...