one blogger i really enjoy is erica. she's funny, ridiculous, but so real. i get excited when she has a new post. and i really got excited today when she posted this video. i'm SO right there with her when it comes to compliments. do you feel you do it enough? do you believe there should be more?
i'm not going to lie i'm not afraid to stop and tell a complete stranger that i love their outfit, bracelet hair, anything. or to stop and tell a mom how cute their kid is. i mean come on, i get those kind of compliments daily on my little babes (jk jk). but honestly when i get them my heart gets a little warm.
oh god - who is this sappy girl. ha. promise, i'm not getting all lovely dovey on you guys.
BUT watch this video - it's truly amazing. and think about giving compliments more.
and while we're at it - here's a few i'd love to give.
to my side bar button girls...
katie - you have such a genuine heart. watching you this weekend with my kids and tyson and rowan, gah, i can't WAIT for you to be a mommy someday!!
kim - thank you for reminding me daily to not take life so seriously. i love you for that!
alyssa - (new blogger here people!!) i really do enjoy our talks about food/clean eating/raising our kids. because of them i honestly think twice about what we eat daily.
nikki - girl you are awesome. your morning 'have a great day' texts and your just positive
sami, shannon, jen, dusty - i enjoy reading your blogs daily. i look at your four as such strong women!!
for the commenters who don't have their e-mail addresses linked so i can reply back when they leave great comments:
mary - reaching out to me via messenger and just the real and honest comments you leave occasionally on my blog mean more to me than you know.
terri - gah, girl thank you for relating to me. being real with me and being SO open and honest. from a stranger to someone i truly call a friend now.
shannon - girl your up lifting, always positive comments make me cry and smile daily. you rock!
do you feel you compliment enough?
try to compliment someone today.
remember - be kinder than necessary, for everyone you meet is fighting some kind of battle.