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Don’t Forget To Smile

I like to think that I have learned a lot of things from living my life. It seems my years have been filled with a whole lot of good things with a few really hard things in between. I have had the privilege of knowing a lot of really great people and I’ve enjoyed countless memories with each of them. I have been happily married for quite a few years and I’ve been blessed with several children. I feel pretty good today, but not every day seems to go this well. Some days life is hard, the people I love the most are annoying, and all I want to do is hide myself in a closet and cry. It is on those days that I remember the advice that my mother often gave me growing up. When I was having a bad day she would say, ‘Honey, whatever happens today, don’t forget to smile. Nothing is as bad as it seems.’

I’ve found that piece of advice helpful on countless occasions as I’ve grown. I remember in elementary school feeling like my life had ended because my pet turtle died. I was over his death just a few hours later when my best friend invited me over for a sleepover. Our time was full of smiles and laughter. Or in high school I remember feeling like life couldn’t get much worse when I didn’t get asked to the prom by the guy I really wanted to go with. My mom reminded me to smile and assured me that my life would turn out just fine.

The older I’ve gotten the more I’ve learned to face every day in life with a smile. Good days and bad days alike I try to face knowing that for the most part, life tends to work itself out and return to normal after a little while.

I think the biggest thing that has taught me to live each day with a smile on my face is having children. My kids have helped to renew the sense of wonder and passion that I used to live with. They have helped me to rediscover the possibilities in new challenges and they have helped me to seize moments. They are constantly doing funny things that keeping me laughing and that keep a smile on my face regardless of the stresses of my day.

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Don’t Forget To Smile


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30 thoughts on “DON’T FORGET TO SMILE

  1. This is such a beautiful story and philosophy. Your mother was absolutely right. Smiling is a wonderful thing and remembering to do so can make the bad days that much easier to get through. Thank you for sharing this post! I really enjoyed it! 🌻

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  2. Well written !

    I am a fellow smiler.

    Smiles bring blessings to others. 😁

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  3. Picture reminded me of Jonathan Livingston Seagull, written by Richard Bach and illustrated by Russell Munson. It is a fable in novella form about a seagull who is trying to learn about life and flight, and a homily about self-perfection. Bach wrote it as a series of short stories that were published in Flying magazine in the late 1960s.

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  4. Amazing story smile is best medicine to cure every problems in our life. Keep smiling 😊😊

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  5. Gandhiji’s talisman,a wonderful tool to arrive at right decisions always
    Check out my latest blog, Gandhiji’s Talisman at: https://chapter18.wordpress.com/2020/06/10/gandhijis-talisman/

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  6. ‘Honey, whatever happens today, don’t forget to smile. Nothing is as bad as it seems.’ – Wise words, wise mother.

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  7. Smiling will solve many problems.
    Great post.

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  8. Smile and people will also smile seeing that😊

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  9. Children and smiles, a winning combination. Thank you for this lovely post.

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  10. Thanks for the reminder! Cheryl

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  11. Imagine the best color for a beautiful smile. In your opinion, what would that be?

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  12. Blue colour gives me more happiness than any other.


  13. I loved this story
    I just have one word for your blog “awesome”

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  14. I nominated you for mystery blogger award

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