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Monday, August 8, 2011

Monday Motivation

"Amidst the turmoil and
battles that you must face, in
life. Always believe that you
will emerge - victorious."

~ by Eleesha,

Author of The Soul Whisperer

Immersed with my writer friends at the PNWA conference last weekend, I was reminded that the best stories in life are those with conflict, tension, and drama. And despite the obstacles we place in our protagonists way, they will always win. Why? Because we like to read stories where the heroes persevere and win at the end of the day.

We are the protagonist of our story called life

And we will emerge victorious!

Enjoy the Journey!

~ Karlene


  1. I'm with you 1,000% on that, Karlene. Attitude is (almost) EVERYTHING.

  2. Karlene,
    I attended the PNWA conference last weekend, but don't think we met. I'm glad I found your site. You sound like a fascinating woman. I, too, love to fly. My husband and I own a Beaver floatplane, although he's the pilot. I've taken flying lessons, but due to having diabetes, never got my license. I look forward to reading through your blog here and getting to know more about you.
    Kim Kircher

  3. Thank you Linda! Attitude sure makes a difference.

  4. Hi Kim! I am so sorry to have missed you at the conference. You and your husband have my "favorite" plane in the whole world! I'm sorry you didn't get your license, but you're flying... that's what counts. I'm off to check out your website now. Thanks so much for your comment!

  5. A very formative written page. keep up the good work.


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