Attitude: Today will be a Great Day


“I get up every morning, and it’s going to be a great day. You never know when it’s going to be over, so I refuse to have a bad day.”
– Paul Henderson

“You give me strength; you give me just what I need. And I can feel the hope that’s rising in me. It’s a good morning.”
– Mandisa

“Be willing to be a beginner every single morning.”
– Meister Eckhart

Street Week for Lauren Daigle

Her album “Look Up Child” debuted Friday and you have a chance to win the project this morning on KSWP!

“This song became my anchor and my rock and it gave me truth,” Daigle says. Lauren returns with new single “You Say,” after just 8 weeks it’s #1 Billboard Christian Airplay This Week and her video has had over 19 million streams already!

Questions;
A) Are You In Touch with Your Inner Child
B) Lauren chats about her involvement with the look of an album
C) Lauren on the heart behind the album “Look up child.” Out on Sept 7, 2018.

I Used Everything You Gave Me

When I stand before God at the end of my life, I would hope, I would not have a single bit of talent left and could say, I Used Everything You Gave Me. – Erma Bombeck
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When I Stand Before God


When I stand before God at the end of my life, I would hope, I would not have a single bit of talent left and could say, I used everything You gave me. ~ Erma Bombeck

I love or hate Valentine’s Day because?, Tips for Surviving Valentine’s Day!

The Good Friends Question of the Day: I love or hate Valentine’s Day because?
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Tips for Surviving Valentine’s Day!

TIP #1: Whether you are married or single – Check your expectations at the door! Focus on giving, not receiving! (Gift free animated E- cards to everyone you know, gift one rose to someone you especially admire or Gift your time to a place that needs it (non-profit, food bank, after-school program).
TIP #2: If you’re alone (without a romantic partner) so what! Love the ones you’re with! (Find other people who are single and hang out with them or have a pot luck dinner with one requirement – everyone brings something red.)
TIP #3: Compose and mail yourself a love letter! (I’m not kidding. I do this at least twice a year and I’ve been happily married for twenty years.)
TIP #4: Call, email or text three people you care about and tell them why you love them!
TIP #5: Even if you have a partner, buy yourself a gift for under $10 that says I LOVE ME. (Example: an eraser with a smiley face, an Iphone Ap, a coffee mug with a positive saying on it.)
TIP #6: Set up Valentine’s Day traditions with people you love way ahead of time. Agree with your mother, cousin and aerobics teacher that you’ll exchange Vday cards this year. That way, when you go to your mailbox on February 14th, you’ll have lots of love waiting for you.
TIP #7: Gift your love to a child or young person (Example: make Valentine Day cards with your niece, bake heart-shaped cookies with your best friend’s son, help a teenager ace their homework and give them four red hearts (not stars!) as validation of their worth.)
TIP #8: Count your blessings. Gratitude is an express train to your loving of your self, others and the world at large. (Example: I’m grateful I have a job. I’m grateful I have a best friend. I’m grateful I have a sport I love to play.)
TIP#9: Find a funny cartoon, saying or joke about love. Blast it to your email list. Share it on Facebook. Twitter it too. Making people laugh is one of the most loving things you can do.
TIP#10: Practice random acts of kindness. Give a Valentine Day offering to three people you don’t know. Example: a homeless man, a Federal Express person, a taxi driver. Giving with no strings attached is the greatest gift of all!