Wednesday, July 28, 2010


“There is nothing stronger in the world than gentleness.”
Han Suyin quotes (Doctor and novelist, born in Beijing, b.1917)


  1. What a beautiful way to start the day, Mollye!

    I also see that you are rearranging your blog, and it looks so pretty!


    Sheila :-)

  2. Gentleness is a word that unfortunately is not observed much these days. I think the word now is intensity. Too bad.....I like gentleness & comfort.

  3. Good Morning Miz Mollye Sweetie...
    I so love this photo. The heart and hands of a child. Priceless. Thank you for sharing.

    I pray you are well sweet friend. You are so in my daily prayers.

    I love the new look of your blog. So serene.

    Sending you many hugs and much love, Sherry

  4. this picture is a perfect backdrop for Jewel singing express yourself so beautifully in your blog...
    have a great day...

  5. Mollye, beautiful photo, beautiful quote, beautiful music......Beautiful YOU! Have a blissful day! :) Hugs.

  6. Such a lovely reminder. I do cherish gentleness when it's shown, but seeing and reading this reminded me that gentleness needs to come From me, too!

    Thinking of you everyday, and sending love,

  7. Hi Miz M, I did another post about your gift. come over and read it.

  8. Starting the day with prayer and hands folded - another great way to start the day - and end it.


  9. Oh Mollye, this is precious. I am so glad you stopped by. Love and HUgs to you! Anne

  10. Lovely post and I love Jewel's sweet voice. Mollye, I pray for our God's peace that passes all understanding to fall upon you.

  11. well Miz M, You are being productive. You are writing away. I enjoyed your safaris story and the story about your eldest son and his family. I was also interested to hear about your bout with alcohol. I cannot drink myself. One tenth of a bottle of wine cooler and I start feeling drowsy. I have no head for it all. When others around me are having a good time tippling away, I am ready to lie down and snore so I don't drink much. My ex used to drink though. Boy he was a doozy (shaking my head). I am glad you found the strength to stop. I am afraid he never will.

  12. The message in your post today is just so true.

    There's a blog I've been reading for sometime now. The blogger, Debbie, lost a daughter awhile ago. Her post today is about a book I thought you might be interested in. It was written by a mother who lost a very young daughter. Not the same circumstances as Debbie or yourself, but one of a mother's loss. Here's the link to Debbie's post:


Thanks for taking your valuable time to tell me what you are thinking about!