Hello friends! Happy MLK Day to my American friends – and happy Monday to everyone else! I’ve been having fun with some blogger link-ups lately – mainly because they come up with the topic and I just have to write! So today’s link-up, brought to you by the wonderful Megan & Amanda, is called “I Believe…” in honor of Martin Luther King Jr. – one of the most famous believers in American history. The rules: You can be silly, serious, or anywhere in between. Check out what I believe and then leave a comment below to tell me what you believe!
I believe I can fly…not really, but it was the very first thing that popped into my head!
I believe that laughter makes the heart grow fonder!
I believe everyone is weird in their own way…
I believe kids should respect their parents.
I believe people can be spiritual, yet not religious.
I believe the human body is one of the most amazing things in this world.
I believe that reading broadens your horizons.
I believe the moments you realize that “nothing will ever be the same again” are truly life defining.
I believe that too often we define ourselves by our “age” and not by how we want to live!
I believe in responsibility.
I believe that when something goes right, you should live in the moment and enjoy it for all it’s worth!
I believe that when something goes wrong, tomorrow is another day and you are a whole new person!
I believe in hometown values: hard work, loving your neighbor, investing in your community, and being grateful for all you’ve been given.
I believe that the things that frustrate you the most are the things that you later laugh about the most!
I believe strongly in “Me” time.
I believe that “Pro-Choice” does not make me “Anti-Life.”
I believe we should try something that scares us, at least once in our life!
I believe couples should not go to bed angry.
I believe in the power of naps.
I believe in coincidences…
I believe that if you don’t want the truth, don’t ask!
I believe that holding hands is one of the purest and simplest acts of love.
What are some of your beliefs?