Oct 13, 2009

The Joys Of Women



A warm quilt
A cup of tea
A cozy chair
A book to read.

Chick flicks
Girlfriends
Acting goofy
Soft hands.

New lipstick
Painted toes
Starbucks
Single rose.

Car remote
Blue tubes.
Cell phones
Drive thru's.

Ziploc bags
Dollar stores
Post it's
Pens galore.

Full service
Triple AAA
Walmart
Oil of Olay.

But the greatest Joy is to give a friend...
A reminder to have a mammogram.

Copyright © 2007-2010 Lorie A. Yocum



15 comments:

Denise said...

Amen, well said precious sister. I love you.

RCUBEs said...

Great reminder. Just came over to wish you a good day [week]. Blessings to you sister.

Rachel said...

Beautiful as always. Love being a woman ;-) and one of the greatest joys is the friendship of other women.

God created us with a unique beauty - may we grow in appreciation of it in ourselves and in others.

Smiles,
Rachel

Mary said...

What a wonderful way to remind women that having a mammogram is as, and more, important than those things that make our lives enjoyable. I hope your message is heard and heeded.

God bless,
Mary

Debbie said...

This was really cute and so true of course. I will be scheduling mine soon. Have a great week. Blessings to you, Debbie

From the Heart said...

JBeautiful poem. Mine is due this month but haven't made an appointment yet.

Hope you are doing better.
Love you,
AliceE.

Penny said...

Very nice.

Toia said...

Love it!! I like the first part. It reminds me of my rainy afternoons.

Cinder Rail'lee said...

AWESOME REMINDER! Love you sis and THANK YOU

Edie said...

You have a wonderful gift of encouragement sweetie. I'm glad to hear you're feeling well enough to work again.

Love you!

Sandi@ Rose Chintz Cottage said...

Good morning Lorie,
Love your little poem! I don't know whether or not you receive awards, but I have one for you on my blog if you would like to stop by and pick it up.

Blessings,
Sandi

Leaon Mary said...

Good reminder!
I use oil of old age* too
heehee
holykisses xoxo
muwahhhhhhhh!

TrueLoveCame said...

I tell you what, I am sure glad I wasn't born a man. I love (almost) everything about being a woman (I wouldn't mind being able to bear children without the drama of menstrual cycles and painful birthing). As much as I am glad I am not a man, I sure do love my husband, which is also the duty of a woman.

Being a woman is great fun. I'm gonna thank God when I get to heaven for letting me live my life in the old world as a woman.

Cathy said...

A neat post ~ Pray for a good report for me, as I'm having one on Wednesday.

Libbie said...

I had to check out your blog as mine is the middlest sister. I love being a sister! I love the encouragment & that your are sharing God's word...Thank You!