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Shindig Saturday Weekly Linky Party #29

I have always been a collector of quotes.  When I was a teenager, I had books and books of quotes that I found that had inspired me and encouraged me.  I guess I thought everyone else had so much wisdom and I felt like I was floundering around.  Or maybe I just loved everyone else's eloquent speech.  I don't know.
I don't know what happened to all those quote books.  I would LOVE to have them now.  Since I don't, I have Pinterest.  I really enjoy looking through other's quote boards.  There is so much AWESOMENESS out there. 

I have decided that I want to take one quote a week and make a printable to frame.  I will try and get myself and my family to focus on the saying and strive to be better in that area.   We'll see how it works.  Maybe I'm just dreaming...we'll see.

This week's printable is one that is inspired by "Mini Me".  He struggles being the youngest.  He has a hard time seeing his older brothers do so many cool things and not being able to do them too.  Often times he likes to give up telling me things are "Too Hard."  So this week, we're going to focus on being able to do Hard Things!

I printed mine on card stock and used a floating document frame to place it on the wall in my entry sitting room.  This way everyone will see it when they walk ANYWHERE in my house and it will be our 'mantra' of the week.

So what hard things have you done this week? 
Show us your newest party or fun creations by sharing your favorite party themed craft, table scape, photo, favor, or whatever! I'm pretty flexible since just about everything can be used at a party...that's the great thing about us moms! We can see the potential in ANYTHING!
Linky Party Guidelines:
* Link up to your OWN project post, not just your blog, but your actual post. (We want to see it!)
*Grab a Shindig Saturday button for your post or blog page. (Hey, it benefits us all!)
*Stay and enjoy the party by visiting and commenting on other's projects. (It's fun to mix and mingle!)

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