My Poetic Path

My journey…shared in poems, prose and photos.


Book Review: Believe (PS: A great little eBook if you need a quick pick-me-up!) ;-)

believe book

Believe by Louise

This is a short but helpful eBook that I usually re-read a few times each week, via my Kindle Fire.

It is filled with inspiring quotes, lovely photos and with a beautiful presentation throughout.

I’m so glad I downloaded this eBook, it definitely does give me a pick-me-up and boost of optimism, every time I read through it. 🙂

Here’s my review from Amazon:

I happened to see this eBook on the Top 100 Self Help list at Amazon l am so glad that I downloaded it. Gorgeous photos and very inspiring and many original motivational quotes to refer to again and again. I plan to keep this on my kindle carousel as a pick me up choice when I need a smile or boost throughout the day. Just lovely.

Have a Happy Day! 



When Life is Sweet – Thursday Inspiration

Isn’t this good advice? I ♥ it! 

Have a great weekend! 🙂

It’s snowing here in BC, how about where you are???

The Happsters

Happy Thursday ♥

Today’s Happy Quote

“When life is sweet, say thank you and celebrate. When life is bitter, say thank you and grow.” – Shauna Niequist

When life is sweet, say thank you and celebrate. When life is bitter, say thank you and grow.

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Trio – Michelle’s Weekly Pet

Isn’t this an adorable photo?

Sure made me smile as I browsed my WP reader this morning;, hope it does the same for you.

Thanks Becca and hugs to you and all your kitties! 😉

Becca has a LOT of cats! 🙂

"On Dragonfly Wings with Buttercup Tea"

michelle's weekly 63 - Trio

 Trio huddling to keep warm

Left to right
(Tabasco, Goldie and Shady)

Michelle’s Weekly Pet Challenge

LOGO - Michelle's Pet Challenge


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Just, smile…

“Smile.. though your heart is aching. Smile..even though it’s breaking.”


Do we ever really know what hides behind a smile?

Lifting the frown lines from gravity’s reach.

A grimace surfacing as a slightly apologetic grin.

Or a genuine, heartfelt, ear-to-ear, light up the room…



It’s hard, almost impossible to smile at times.

But there is always something to smile about, if we decide to overcome the moment.

We are always more fortunate and less burdened then someone else.

Perhaps, our smile will make a real difference in another person’s day.

Even save another person’s life, that day.


This I know.

This I will remember.

I will be sad, but I will also smile when I think of you.



Written for LLH Hugs…

Submitted for the SES prompt: Smile