Friday, November 11, 2011

Magical 11 11 11

This is the day to make some wishes so here are mine - sent to the Universe with a prayer.

For my children, I wish you both success in all you do, good health, love and happiness always.

For my mother, I wish you a roof over your head and someone to care for you always, happiness and good health all your life.

For myself, I wish to find and work in the job of my dreams - the work I meant to do on this earth,  to find a romantic soulmate to share life with, good health and contentment.

For the world, I wish for peace and harmony.

For all my friends, family and my blog readers, I wish that all of you may have your wishes come true.



I chose this pic for today's post as the Empire State Building in New York signifies an architectural feat of it's day, it has stood the test of time, and as it soars into the sky it inspires me to think and dream big.

"Anything is possible" also doubles up as my inspiration in 3 words. And today is the perfect day for that.

So make your wish and send it to the Universe, believe it will happen and then wait for it come true.







Wishing you all a magical day when all dreams and wishes come true.

Warm Regards
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Linking to:  Inspiration Friday #40   

6 comments:

  1. Even though the building's magnificent, the sky is even better!

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  2. Very meaningful post and thank you for the positive wishes!

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  3. Thanks for the reminder! Even though my husband is in the military, it's easy to forget. http://www.benjity.wordpress.com

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  4. Thanks Red, Barb and Abby
    @Red - so true
    @Barb - you are welcome. loved your tribute for your dad. brought tears to my eyes and reminded me of mine
    @Abby - a "be safe" wish added for your husband.

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  5. we have our funny memory of this building. My second daughter who is 23 was 5 when we went. My husband put her on top of the concrete wall and she was shaking the wire mesh. Everyone stared in horror. The husband who is an engineer said it was very safe. I was wild with him. I told him, I would never forgive him, if the wire mesh collapsed and Gab fell to her death. ( At that time, I was still grieving for my son.)

    Thanks for visiting.

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  6. Oh Ann, that would've been so scary. I am really sorry to hear about your son. Have voted on FB.

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