SeE YoU In SePtEmBeR…..♡

Hello, Welcome to Marcia’s Cottage. I’m so happy to see you today my friend. Shall we have a little tea.

Happy Monday, Happy September 1st, and Happy Labor Day! Now that was a mouthful. It’s so funny, I belong to a few groups that “go dark” in the summer months, only to begin again in September. It seems like we just went dark, and said “Have a great summer, see you in September!” and lo, and behold we are here again!

Oh! I almost forgot to announce the unofficial, official, random Marcia’s Cottage winner for September! silly me.. Just a reminder if you are new to this blog…that each month I choose a “dear reader” to give away something from my cottage. The idea came to me after cleaning all my closets out, giving stuff away, selling stuff, and still having stuff that I wanted to share with YOU until it’s gone.

 So anyway, this month I chose Lisa May Davidson. So congratulations Lisa! Your little teacup says “Time for Tea” Enjoy!

And, happy Labor Day! Do you have special plans for today? Any picnics, parades, fireworks, or barbecues going on? I hope you are able to take time to relax and recreate.

It’s a wonderful holiday which allows a special tribute to the working men and women of our country and their history. I must admit, I also use this day to assess how my year is going. I make the time to look over my personal life. Me: “How’s your life going so far this year?” Self answers: “Well…..pretty good. I’m very happy about my new blogging life!” Me: “Any areas that need improvement in other parts of my life?” Self answers: “Well….hmmmm....let me do some pondering on that one.” So anyway, I continue this conversation with my self, looking at each of the areas in my life that perhaps need improvement, or changes. Then, little by little I begin to work on them. Easy Smeasy.

 Oh, okay, sometimes it’s not that easy…actually it’s hard work. That’s another reason to do it on Labor Day.*wink*wink


“They say a person needs just three things to be truly happy in this world: someone to love, something to do, and something to hope for.”~ Tome Bodettt


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