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Pick the Perfect Flowers for Mom

Pick the Perfect Flowers for Mom

Diana Westcott

 

For all she’s done, mom deserves a floral gift that will really wow her. With so many choices it’s hard to pick out just the right flowers. Fear not! 

Our floral options vary by store, but you’ll be able to choose from ready-made Whole Trade® bouquets or pick your own flowers to arrange them yourself. The experts in our floral departments are ready to give you a hand. 

Here are some ideas for all types of moms.

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An Angel in My Shoes

An Angel in My Shoes

As promised last week, I’m releasing an excerpt from my yet to be published book, AND A CHILD SHALL LEAD THEM: FROM UNTHINKABLE TRAGEDY TO UNEXPECTED FAITH. It’s a spiritual memoir about my family learning to live again after loss thanks to Heavenly messages from my charismatic six year-old sister, Sommar (pronounced “summer”), who guided our way as we found the courage to live our authentic lives.

Would You Have the Courage to Read My Book?

Would You Have the Courage to Read My Book?

Momservation: If you had the opportunity to gain perspective without suffering, would you let fear stand in your way?

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I’ve written a book the experts say is too long.

Name That Putrid Smell

Name That Putrid Smell

Momservation: A mother’s minivan is a rolling petri dish.

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 Recently my car began to stink.

What is Life Without a Best Friend?

What is Life Without a Best Friend?

Momservation: The greatest validation of self-worth is having a best friend who concurs with your fabulousness.

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We've Moved!

We've Moved!

...I brought this site live again just for this week so I can tell some of my favorite people:

Weekly Challenge #13: Appreciate your Body (Positive Self-Talk)!

Weekly Challenge #13: Appreciate your Body (Positive Self-Talk)!

2014 Weekly Challenge #13: Appreciate your Body (Positive Self-Talk)!

In earlier challenges, we focused on being grateful and positive instead of negative and complaining. The whole purpose of those challenges was to realize that what you say and think makes a difference in how you act and feel. Whatever you focus on is what you feed, and what you feed grows. If all you think about is what you don't have, your dissatisfaction grows; if most of what you say comes out as a complaint, you forget to see the positive.

This week's challenge builds on that idea.