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Pretty powerful

Posted by Patience on November 21, 2008 at 7:00 AM in Patience
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"Mom, I am pretty powerful today." Jack said as he put on his socks.

"Oh yeah? You are Jack, but tell me what is making feel powerful." I replied.

"Well, I have my new comfy pants on (sweat pants), Josiah and I have a super brother match (they were wearing matching shirts), it's only 2 days until video game day and I have Christmas cake in my lunch."

He nodded his head with the confidence anything can be conquered today. It was the kid equivalent of a power tie. I love those days when you feel like everything is going your way. Your clothes, your connections, your future, your experiences. I can only imagine what Jackie-boy will do with all that power. After all, a super brother match is a pretty amazing thing.

Tell me friends, what makes you feel powerful?

Is it a great pair of shoes, a good work out, a promotion at work?
Tell us in the comments.

3 Comments

kristen writes...

a good hair day makes me feel like I can rule the world.

Amy writes...

when the family's all settled and happy around the dinner table, business growing by leaps and bounds, a 6 a.m. walk on a 20 degree day...brrr!

butter scotchy!!! writes...

a bad hair day is like:(((( this ....Robie b patient its www.vistafeel.com

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