We all deserve it.
Kim, good job on becoming driven again.
OK that was so weird
We need to credit ourselves more often.
Let's practice here with the next compliment
ummm...I'm not good at this..I can hardly take other people's compliments but I'll try it anyways...
ummm...Crazdwriter good job on becoming so motivated you actually wrote a novel length book and getting it edited. Push more and you'll get the editing done and just have to work on the agent part. But your dreams are finally coming more true.
Chris...good job fantasizing about Kim. It was awesome!
hey we lost you in the ohter thread..what happened?
sorries...I'm all over the place. Tryin to learn Twitter..holy cow!
oo yea good luck with that...twitter is boring so I'm staying away from there hehe
(giggles) Kisses to you my friend and good compliment
I'm good enough, smart enough, and gosh darnit, people like me.
Blatva, Your hair looked kinda decent today.
Haha I suck at this.
You're right, that's pretty tough stuff, but here goes...
Rebecca, you really are great at anything you apply yourself to, and you can go a long way if you keep your inner voice straightened out.
The strange thing is...it feels almost as good to tell myself that as it does when someone else tells me...why DON'T we do it more often??
I pushed myself hard in the gym last night and feel great about it.
I think through Gods grace, I'm a blessing to someone every day. Godspeed. creativeone59
... "o.k. good job on the first 100 score on my hub." blush blush.
Krys, you've made it through a lot of tough times. You brought up your daughters in poverty, and although you had to deny them much, they still love you. You stood by your man over the past two years when drink turned him into a violent monster. You deserve happiness, and maybe now it is finally within sight.
Congratulations to me on writing for the joy of it again...and not basing my joy on opinions of my writing (all though positive feedback is always great and suggestions make me stronger) , and for finding happiness despite myself.
You are almost to 180 hubs...keep it going and soon you'll hit 200 hubs. Great job Crazdwriter.
still weird doing this!
Sometimes that's a good quality.
Mostly it's a survival instinct. ha.
Kerry, good job on getting your winter weight gone in the middle of winter and fitting into slim fit size 5 jeans again ...finally!
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