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Words of Gratitude from Froggy and His Critter Friends
What fun I had doing this recording of sweet-talking stories from my book, Living Well in Froggy’s World of Plenty: Sweet Talk to Read Aloud for the Writers & Books Literary Partners Reading Series.
You’ll find that Froggy and his critter friends mix and mingle, and work and play. They live with energy, with purpose, and with gratitude. They might just give you a few good ideas for living well in your world of plenty.
For more stories and more ideas for living well, visit Living Well in Froggy’s World of Plenty: Sweet Talk to Read Aloud, available as an ebook or paperback.
I’ve had great fun creating books, including a cookbook with favorite old-time recipes and stories from family and friends. If the yummy recipes in A Plate of This and That look tempting, these recipes and more are yours for the taking in A Bisl of This, A Bisl of That: Eating Our Way. A free copy of the ebook is waiting for you on Mother’s Day, May 10, or Monday, May 11, at https://www.amazon.com/Judith-Ellison-Shenouda/e/B07KFN96DZ.
Sometimes, we look at the end result of a new endeavor and get stuck. The effort needed to start and the energy required to persist are just too much. So, what can we do? We can take a first step. We can take a second step and a third.
I recall hearing a new year’s resolution a while ago, in which someone wanted to start an exercise routine. She committed to taking this one step every day—after getting dressed, she would put on her running shoes. The next thing she knew, she was outdoors every day and walking. As the days wore on, she picked up her pace, making good use of those running shoes.
For all of us, in time, the momentum builds, and the results become apparent. Making progress and achieving a goal no longer seem difficult or insurmountable. I took a first step a few months ago on a family project.