Daffney’s Invisible Friend

Enjoy the continuing saga of Animal Kingdom Adventures. If you missed the first installment, “The Lion and the Porcupine Declare the Day,” you can read it here. The second installment is “Daniel Gollimer Keeps a Record”, and the third, “Charity Turns Things Around.” may be read here,   YOu first meet Daffney in “Daffney’s Secret.  The animals of the forest think Daffney is different from them because she  is always calm, peaceful, and wise. She shares her secret with them in Daffney’s Invisible Friend. Here’s the conversation they began at the end of “Daffney’s Secret:”

deer2Mikey declared, “What are you doing here? Why do you come here? What is going on? Who are you talking to? Why do you have such calmness and why are you so smart?”

“Michael, you are being rude!” Oliver proclaimed. “What Mikey means is, we were just wondering if you would share your secret with us. What is the secret to why you are so contented and wise?”

“Me? Contented? Wise? Surely you have me mixed up with someone else. You all are the ones who are amazing to me! I often marvel at the abilities you have. Why Mikey, no one can find the perfect banana like you can. Oscar, I’ve seen the waterslides you build! All of you are good at what you do! I am proud to know you!” Daffney said gently in response to Oliver’s question.

Mikey spoke up, “I didn’t mean to be rude Miss Daffney. We think you are special and different from us. We act pretty wild sometimes getting into other people’s business like we do, but you always seem to do the right things, and we watch you and see you come up here and move your lips, and nobody is there. Would you tell us who you are talking to?”

“Well, of course. I’ll be glad to. I thought you knew. I’m talking to the Lord. He is my Invisible Friend. Don’t you all talk to the Lord every day?”

monkeysMikey, Milly, Maggie, Oscar, and Oliver all said in unison, “The Lord?”

Milly continued, “Jesus, the Lord, God, the Father and the Holy Spirit?”

Oscar exclaimed, “He’s your Invisible Friend?”

“That’s right!” Daffney said.”It’s easy to forget that He is with us all of the time. I want to come up here every day and take time to realize He is closer to me than anyone else could be. He knows every answer we need. If we will talk to Him about our concerns and ask Him our questions, He will answer them. He will help us with every problem we have. I sometimes just sit and look at His creation and thank Him for everything I can think of! Don’t you all talk to and think about the Lord?”

otterOscar spoke next, “Well, yes, Miss Daffney, but I don’t have time to stop what I’m doing and find a spot by the stream every day like you do. I have things to do, places to go, and people to talk to. You know that!”

“Yes, Oscar. I know you do. Of course you do. I used to stay busy all of the time myself. I worked hard gathering food and moving about the forest getting things ready for winter, but one Sunday morning, our pastor read a scripture that made sense to me. It went something like this:  It comes from a scripture in Psalm 42.  “As the deer panteth for the water, so my soul thirsteth after you.” I know how I pant for water. When I’ve been running and hunting and sometimes even playing, I get really thirsty. The most satisfying feeling in the world is when you take that long drink of fresh waster from the stream.  I found out that there is something even more wonderful than that. It is when I can find the Lord. Remember, though He is with us all the time, but He usually won’t interrupt our thoughts to get our attention. We have to give Him our attention, and then He is more than willing to help us with whatever we need.”

“Find the Lord?” Mikey, Milly, Maggie, Oscar, and Oliver all exclaimed in unison.

“That’s right,” Daffney told them. “That’s the secret you asked me about. I find time every day and just sit and talk and listen. He’s with us all of the time, but I find if I can quiet myself for even a little while each day, I can much more easily hear Him when I am busy and with other people. I find that the things I say sometimes sound like something He would say. It is easier to stay calm when I know He is with me. I don’t worry about things like I used to. Don’t get me wrong, sometimes I have plenty of opportunity to worry. There are problems and challenges and stress, even things that make me mad, but as soon as I think about the Lord and can find my way to the stream, I look at all of it differently. He gives me His thoughts if I look for them. There’s a scripture about that, too in Proverbs 2. It talks about searching for Wisdom as you would search for hidden treasure. So I come to the stream every day to find Him, and if I can get my mind quiet, I always find Him. That’s the secret you asked about!”

For once the monkeys were speechless.

There was quiet in the forest, as Mikey, Milly and the other monkeys and the otters all sat down beside of Daffney and looked out over the forest and the stream. No one said anything for a long time, and then each one quietly left the scene one by one with a hint of smile on their faces. They had much to think about and an Invisible Friend to talk to.

 

Do you sometimes find yourself worrying, stressed, angry? Are the cares of the world bombarding you? If you can find a stream either real, or iimagined, you can quiet your mind and find your Invisible Friend, Jesus. He has the answers you need, and they will come to you when you need them if you ask. More than that, His Presence will bring you peace like nothing else can.

We will hear more from our animal friends and their adventures in future episodes of Animal Kingdom Adventures.

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Daffney’s Secret

Enjoy the continuing saga of Animal Kingdom Adventures. If you missed the first installment, “The Lion and the Porcupine Declare the Day,” you can read it here. The second installment is “Daniel Gollimer Keeps a Record”, and the third, “Charity Turns Things Around.” may be read here,  In “Daffney’s Secret, the animal friends try to find out what makes Daffney different.

When Daniel and Charity reached the creek, Judy, a giraffe, was leaning up against an acacia tree reading a book. I know that sounds strange, but that is what she was doing. She always kept a book with her. She looked up when Daniel and Charity approached, and her eyes were as big as elephant ears. “Fellows!” she called to the giraffes and beavers playing in the water. “Come here, quick it’s Charity and Mr. Doom and—, I mean Daniel Gollimer, and he’s smiling, well sort of smiling. Daniel, why are you smiling?”

As the beavers shook off water from the creek, and the giraffes stepped up out of the water, Daniel looked sheepishly down at the sharp claws on his front paws. “Well, I , well, you see, Miss Charity said that well, you all uh needed me.”

Judy looked at him suspiciously and said, “Needed you?” a sideways glance at Charity who was subtly nodding her head up and down, caused her to quickly add, “Oh, of course, of course we nnneeed you!”

Charity chimed in, “You see, just as I told you, we need you to help us fill the forest with joy, peace, and faith! You don’t have to call him Mr. Doom and Gloom any more!” As Charity was about to tell all of them about the adventure of getting Daniel turned around, the animals looked at one another.

“What was that?” Judy asked.

“I don’t know,” Charity remarked.

“It’s the rumbling.” Daniel commented rather calmly. Just as the rumbling stopped and the animals resumed their conversation, Miss Daffney, the graceful deer pranced by  offering her pleasant greeting.

“Good afternoon, Judy, Jeremy, Daniel, Charity. How are you today, Belinda, Brenda, Barry. Jerry, you look taller today for some reason.” She didn’t stop to talk but continued on upstream toward the meadow.

The animals knew that Daffney liked a lot of time to herself. She often spent time talking and working alongside them, but every day she would make her way upstream for some unknown reason.

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deerDaffney quietly hummed to herself as she pranced away and soon came to her special place beside of the stream. Folding her legs under her, she looked contentedly out over the stream, not hearing the chittering monkeys above her.

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Three monkeys, Maggie, Millly, and Michael swung hand over hand from branch to branch high over the forest floor chattering among themselves.
“There she is again, ” Milly babbled. ” Daffney is at it again. Her lips are moving, but no one is around. She’s down there by the stream. Who is she talking to?”

“I think it is someone who is invisible.”

“That’s ridiculous, no one is invisible.”

“How do you know?”

“Because you can’t see them.”

“Well if you can’t see them, how do you know they aren’t there?”

“Okay, you two, cut it out.”

“Listen, she’s singing again. So what is your guess at what’s going on, Mikey?”

“I don’t know, I think we should go tell the otters what we found!” So the monkeys agilely made their way through the forest and then swung on down to the lowest stream where the otters worked and played.

“Oliver, where are the others? We wanted to let you know what we found out about Daffney.” Maggie proclaimed as the otters gathered around.

“She’s talking to somebody invisible!” Mikey blurted out. “That’s why she’s so smart and wise and peaceful. Somebody is feeding her information. She goes off by herself about the same time everyday, and she sits by the stream, and she just rests awhile, then she talks a while and rests some more and then she prances off to see what we all are doing. If somebody asks her a question, she often gives the best advice. You know that, remember when she told you where to find crayfish, back when there was a food shortage. I say she’s getting information from someone else, someone invisible.”

Oliver rubbed his chin against the waterslide he was preparing to use as entrance to the water. “Hmmm, Mikey. This sounds very interesting. We’ve been watching her for weeks. I think it’s time we ask her about it.”

Milly chattered back, “Oh, do you think we should? Do you think she would tell us?  She’s a strange one, nice as she can be, but strange.”

Oscar, the older otter floated on the water’s surface. Up to this point he had been listening. Now he spoke, “I think it is in the best interest of the forest to find out what she is up to. If there is an invisible stranger in the forest, we all need to know it. She’s a fine example for us all. She’s always calm and peaceful, kind and loving. She’s productive. She contributes to the harmony and safety of the group. We need to know what or Who she knows.”

“Okay, okay, let’s go. I can’t wait. I hope she doesn’t get mad. She could get mad you know. She could say, it’s none of our business. Folks say that about us you know, monkey business, or something. What are they talking about? I think everything is our business. Let’s go. let’s go!” Maggie swung from one hanging vine to the next and Milly and Mikey followed.

The monkeys once again made their way back through the trees, and then swung down as the otters swam up until they finally saw Daffney, eyes half-closed and a hint of a smile on her face. “Excuse us, Miss Daffney, may we have a moment of your time?”

“Of course,” Daffney answered sweetly. “What can I do for you?”

“Well, uh, I don’t quite know how to say this,” Oscar spoke, his voice barely heard over the rippling water.

“I’ll ask her,” Mikey declared, “What are you doing here? Why do you come here? What is going on? Who are you talking to? Why do you have such calmness and why are you so smart?”

“Michael, you are being rude!” Oliver proclaimed. “What Mikey means is, we were just wondering if you would share your secret with us. What is the secret to why you are so contented and wise?”

What will Daffney’s answer be? Will she tell them what they want to know? And what is that rumbling they here in the distance? You can read about it in “Daffney’s Invisible Friend.”

Fun facts about otters:

  • Otters appear to do some activities for sheer enjoyment like making a waterslide and then sliding on it to enter the water.
  • They live near water, but enter mostly to travel or hunt.
  • Otters live up to 16 years.otter

Fun Facts About Deer

  • Deer have a keen senses of smell, sight, and hearing.
  • Deer make different sounds like bleating, snorting, and grunting.
  • Deer are extremely good swimmers.

 

Charity Turns Things Around

Enjoy the continuing saga of Animal Kingdom Adventures. If you missed the first installment, “The Lion and the Porcupine Declare the Day,” you can read it here.The second installment is about Daniel Gollimer, a gopher. He is not an animal that others want to be around.  At the end of “Daniel Gollimer Keeps a Record”, Daniel has just left the meeting of the forest friends and tunneled to his underground abode. He was full of doom and gloom, as his nickname depicts, and some of the animals decide he needs help. Will they be able to turn him around? Keep reading.

“Well somebody needs to go in after Mr. Doom and Gloom. If not he’ll burrow down and be there for months and come out worse than ever,” Jerry, one of the giraffes urged. “I don’t believe I’m the one to do it, but somebody needs to at least try.”

“I’ll go,” said Charity, a chipmunk. I’m a little smaller than he is, and I can sneak in his tunnel and surprise him.”

“But, he’s going to fill your head with all of that scary talk,” Chuck, the woodchuck said. “I’ll go! He won’t scare me none. I’ve lived longer, and I know we have to trust God for our food and safety. He’s never let us down. Let me go talk to him. I’m going in.”

“Chuck, no offense but you’re almost twice as big as Daniel, and I think you might have a little trouble getting in.” Charity said “I really want to do this. He’s family, and I know I can help him see the truth. If we can get him thinking and believing like the rest of us, that will help everyone, especially Daniel Gollimer. The giraffes will have to find a new nickname for him instead of ‘Mr. Doom and Gloom’ if I have anything to say about it!”

chipmunkCharity scampered off toward the entrance to D.G.’s tunnel. Nose to the ground, she silently dashed into it. “Oh, Mr. D.Geeeeee.” she called as she made her way swiftly through the first tunnel covering about 15 feet per second. Suddenly she stopped because something large and furry was right in front of her. It had no mouth, no eyes, no nose. “Uh-oh, Mr. D. G. I am right behind you. Can you turn around?”

“No, I can’t turn around, Miss Charity.” He squeaked. “I can only go in one direction, and it always seems to be the wrong direction.”

“Mr. Daniel, sir. I have a great idea. Just step backward one step at a time. Every time you take a step back, say, ‘Everything is going to be okay.’ Take another step back, ‘Everything is going to be okay.’ Step back. ‘Everything is going to be okay.’ Did you understand? Can you hear me, sir?” Charity squealed.

gopher2And Daniel Gollimer squeaked back at her, ” Miss Charity, what are you talking about? I was born to dig tunnels underground. I dig with my teeth and front claws then kick the dirt back. You better get out of the way. While I’m kicking dirt, I think about things. I think about all the bad things that are going to happen. You had better get ready Miss Charity. Save yourself. Hide away until calamity passes. You better get out of my way. Here comes some dirt.”

Charity stepped back some, chittered and sighed, “No sir, Mr. D. G. God loves us and cares for us, and He always makes a way for us to escape. Being joyful and grateful and full of faith are the answers to finding your way, Mr. Gollimer. We need you to help us fill the forest with faith and joy. You’ll help us, won’t you?”

The gopher stopped digging. “You need me?”

“Yes, sir,” she heartily affirmed.

Daniel took a step back. “No one ever said that to me before, Miss Charity.” He stopped in his tracks, and thought for a full minute while she waited patiently behind him and watched for any movement of his tail. Finally she heard him squeak, “If you need me, I’ll try. What do you want me to say?”

Charity repeated her instructions to step back and say, “Everything is going to be okay.” She made her way backwards through the tunnel herself, encouraging D. G. to keep backing up until he could turn around. Along the way, she reminded him of God’s love and faithfulness and that there was nothing to fear. By the time they had backed out of the tunnel all of the way, she saw a slight grin appear on his furry face as he turned around. Together they scurried back to the creek to tell the giraffes and other animals the good news that D. G. had turned around.

Will D.G. get a new nickname? And what about that rumbling he heard in the distance?

Fun Facts About Gophers:

  • Gophers weigh about eight ounces and are about five to twelve inches long.
  • They spend their days and nights creating intricate subterranean tunnels as much as eighteen inches underground. These are called gopher towns.
  • A gopher town may contain thousands of gopher residents.
  • Gophers rarely come above ground.
  • Gophers’ cheek pouches open from the outside and can turn completely inside out for cleaning.
  • They use these pouches to carry food to the burrow where they hoard astonishing amounts of berries, nuts, seeds, grains, and insects.
  • Gopher eyes and ears are barely visible, but the sensitive whiskers and tail make up for the weakness in their hearing and sight.

 

 

 

Daniel Gollimer Keeps a Record

Enjoy the continuing saga of Kingdom Animal Adventures. If you missed the first installment, you can read it here. K is for keeping a record. Let’s see what the animals have to say about this!

BEAVER3 public domainBelinda leaned back on her 15″ tail and flashed her beautiful front tooth as Johnny leaned down closer so his tiny ears could hear Belinda’s answer. “Johnny, it’s very important to declare the things of God in your life every day, you know that, quiet or loud, you must do it!”

Belinda and Johnny walked toward the rest of the forest animals as they could see everyone was beginning to sit down for the morning round-up.

King Louie had just called the meeting to order and asked if there were any challenges that needed to be dealt with. Belinda and Johnny joined the giraffes  Jeremy, Johnson, and Judy and squatted down so they could see. The other beavers were seated near a tasty tree in case they needed a snack if the meeting went longer than it should. As the first animal was recognized to speak, all of the giraffes became restless, rolling their eyes, muttering, “Not him again.” “Oh, no, It’s D.G.!” “Mr. Doom and Gloom himself.” “Here we go again.” Other animals expressed unease as well.

Sure enough Daniel Gollimer, a gopher, of course, waddled up to the front of the group and stood trembling before them. “As you know friends, I keep a record of all the things that might go wrong and I wwwwant to ggggogo over them with you. I have  been hearing rrrrumbbblings. They are getting cccccloser. Some herd of something is coming. The ground vvvvibrates every day stronger and sssstronger.I can’t tell how far away or how close they are yet, but I can tell you something bbbbaddd is about to happen. It doesn’t rrrrreaally matter,” he stuttered as he shook, “because our food ssssupply is going to run out before they get here. Lightning and heavy rains are going to destroy our forest and our food supply. We have no way to escape. I’m going bbbback underground. It’s all I’ve got to say. Good-bye everybbbbody.”

Naturally, there was a stirring among the animals. They had heard this before, but yet every time it gave them pause. What if there was some truth to it? Gonzalez rose to quiet the crowd. “Now friends, remember you have nothing to fear, but fear itself, let us list again all of the successes we have had here in the forest. Who will be first, Willie, what do you walruses have to say to kick this thing off?

“Well,” Willie mustered his courage, and addressed the group, “Number 1: There were rumblings before, and it was only the grasshoppers swarming in for their food fest.”

“And number 2,” the elephant, Ellie piped up swinging her trunk high in the air, “Another time rumblings turned out to be that herd of elephants, pretty nice bunch. They went on their way after checking out our waterholes for a couple of days.

3. The beavers built 12 dams just last week, so our food stock is good for a very long time. We can take care of the ducks, frogs, and fish in our waters.

4. “The streams are still running clear, plenty of fresh water,” one of the dogs remarked with a gesture toward the stream.

5. Plenty of leaves on the trees to eat. No shortage there,”Jeremy, a giraffe commented.

6. “Worms are plenteous,” shouted the hogs.

The list went on for several more minutes, and you could feel the tension easing among the animals. Gonzalez made a final remark, “It’s important to keep a record of our successes, of all we’ve got in our favor, and of the blessings we have every day of our lives. We are not in this alone. We’re God’s creatures, and He will provide everything we need. Now who’s going in after D.G. We gotta get that boy turned around in more ways than one.”

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Daniel Gollimer Keeps A Record

Enjoy the continuing saga of Kingdom Animal Adventures. If you missed the first installment, you can read it here. K is for keeping a record. Let’s see what the animals have to say about this!

BEAVER3 public domainBelinda leaned back on her 15″ tail and flashed her beautiful front tooth as Johnny leaned down closer so his tiny ears could hear Belinda’s answer. “Johnny, it’s very important to declare the things of God in your life every day, you know that, quiet or loud, you must do it!”

Belinda and Johnny walked toward the rest of the forest animals as they could see everyone was beginning to sit down for the morning round-up.

King Louie had just called the meeting to order, and asked if there were any challenges that needed to be dealt with. Belinda and Johnny joined the giraffes  Jeremy, Johnson, and Judy and squatted down so they could see. The other beavers were seated near a tasty tree in case they needed a snack if the meeting went longer than it should. As the first animal was recognized to speak, all of the giraffes became restless, rollling their eyes, muttering, “Not him again.” “Oh, no, It’s D.G.!” “Mr. Doom and Gloom himself.” “Here we go again.” Other animals expressed unease as well.

Sure enough Daniel Gollimer, a gopher, of course, waddled up to the front of the group and stood trembling before them. “As you know friends, I keep a record of all the things that might go wrong and I wwwwant to ggggogo over them with you. I have  been hearing rrrrumbbblings. They are getting cccccloser. Some herd of something is coming. The ground vvvvibrates every day stronger and sssstronger.I can’t tell how far away or how close they are yet, but I can tell you something bbbbaddd is about to happen. It doesn’t rrrrreaally matter,” he stuttered as he shook, “because our food ssssupply is going to run out before they get here. Lightning and heavy rains are going to destroy our forest and our food supply. We have no way to escape. I’m going bbbback underground. It’s all I’ve got to say. Good-bye everybbbbody.”

Naturally, there was a stirring among the animals. They had heard this before, but yet every time it gave them pause. What if there was some truth to it? Gonzalez rose to quiet the crowd. “Now friends, remember you have nothing to fear, but fear itself, let us list again all of the successes we have had here in the forest. Who will be first, Willie, what do you walruses have to say to kick this thing off?

“Well,” Willie mustered his courage, and addressed the group, “Number 1: There were rumblings before, and it was only the grasshoppers swarming in for their food fest.”

“And number 2,” the elephant, Ellie piped up swinging her trunk high in the air, “Another time rumblings turned out to be that herd of elephants, pretty nice bunch. They went on their way after checking out our waterholes for a couple of days.

3. The beavers built 12 dams just last week, so our food stock is good for a very long time. We can take care of the ducks, frogs, and fish in our waters.

4. “The streams are still running clear, plenty of fresh water,” one of the dogs remarked with a gesture toward the stream.

5. Plenty of leaves on the trees to eat. No shortage there,”Jeremy, a giraffe commented.

6. “Worms are plenteous,” shouted the hogs.

The list went on for several more minutes, and you could feel the tension easing among the animals. Gonzalez made a final remark, “It’s important to keep a record of our successes, of all we’ve got in our favor, and of the blessings we have every day of our lives. We are not in this alone. We’re God’s creatures, and He will provide everything we need. Now who’s going in after D.G. We gotta get that boy turned around in more ways than one.”

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The Lion and the Porcupine DECLARE the Day

lion1lion1lion1Louie, the Lion came out into the forest clearing, his crown tilted slightly to the side, his large mouth opening wide, as he declared, “It’s going to be a great day, here in the forest! I declare that every forest creature will be blessed, prosperous, safe, and healthy today.” All of the animals, small and large came out hopping, loping, and some slithering in response to his roar as they did every day. It was going to be another good day in the forest, plenty to eat, plenty to do, perhaps some challenges to overcome, but King Louie had spoken and surely all would be well with them today.

porcupine1Quintessa, the quietest of the forest animals slowly meandered from her favorite tree where early this morning she had climbed down from the comfortable crook she had been sleeping in. Yes, that’s right porcupines like to sleep in the crook of a tree unless they are nurturing their babies in a cozy burrow. This morning, she carried a basket of clover in her mouth and greeted the other animals with a nod of her prickly head. She looked characteristically happy, and content and ready to take on the day.

giraffe1“She’s done it again,” the giraffe exclaimed. I know what you’re thinking and you are right. Giraffes are not usually found in forests; they are out on the savanna with the lions and zebras and such but for the purpose of this story, all kinds of animals of every size, shape, description, and personality will be found here in our extraordinary animal kingdom. Here we will meet and interact with God’s creatures as they live and breathe in the imagination of this author. These fanciful animals have unforgettable and pertinent messages to deliver to us. Today’s message: “Declare (decree) a thing, and it shall be done.” Job 22:28 So back to our story. . .
“What did you say?” questioned the believable beaver, Belinda.

“She’s done it again,” replied Johnny, the giraffe. “She’s been up early, she’s gathered food, she’s got a smile on her face. I don’t know how she does it. I barely have my eyes open now, and the smile that started at my toes won’t reach my mouth before mid afternoon. Course that’s because it has such a looooooong way to go, but that is beside the point. Quintessa is always so positive, and optimistic. What’s her secret? You told me the other day, but I forgot.”

beaver2“Her secret,” Belinda reminded Johnny patiently, “is that she does the same thing that King Louie does, just in a completely different way. She explained it to me this way, ‘I open my eyes and I look up to the sky. I can see it through the branches of the tree, and without saying a word, I send my thoughts up to God, and I say, It’s going to be a great day in the forest today. I declare a blessing over all the forest creatures, and I say they are blessed, prosperous, safe, and healthy today. Then I get up and wash my face and gather food and then meet you all here to see what adventures await us. It’s going to be a great day, today.’ That’s what she does every day without opening her mouth because she’s quiet like that. She doesn’t roar it out. She just thinks it, you could say prays it out. Of course when she does say something it is lined up with how she’s thinking, that’s for sure.”

“That’s all very interesting,” Johnny remarked. “Different kinds of ways to get the thing done that needs to be done. We should all roar it out or pray it out, and even think the right things out every day. Is that right, Belinda?”

What will Belinda answer? And what adventures will greet the animals of the forest today?

Before I get out of bed each morning, like Quintessa, I usually quietly say in my mind , “It’s going to be a great day today!” or I remind myself, “I’m happier than I’ve ever been! God is with me, today! I have the mind of Christ today!” God Then Like Louie the Lion, I often will shout declarations when I am in the car. I will speak loudly about the blessings that will come upon each family member during the day. I have a very strong belief that declaring our day is a great way to tap into the happiness that God has planned for us! How do you start your day? Do you have any declarations or routines that help you have a happier day? Thanks for sharing your thoughts, and have a GREAT day!SharySignature

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