Pursue a productive, exciting and active life. Engage in meaningful activities every minute of every day. Develop an organized, planned lifestyle with little chaos. Set realistic goals yet keep your mark high. Think positively — you cannot afford the luxury of a negative thought. Avoid … Continue reading 10 Fundamentals of Happiness
Some wise, practical advice from someone who is achieving their dreams each and every day.
Mark Twain’s quotes are some of our all-time favorites. He was one smart, witty man. We chose the following quote for today after a lovely visit at a new blog we’re following, Bucket List Publications: “Twenty years from now you will be more disappointed by … Continue reading Quote of the Day
Going forward, Sunny Side Up will embrace its original goal of presenting positive content on a number of diverse topics; including inspirational and uplifting stories and posts about animals, especially animals’ relationships with people — green living — lifestyle choices — vegetarian and vegan cuisine — fashion, jewelry and style — books, art, health & well-being and more.
We are in the midst of establishing new exclusive sites/blogs to showcase and take action on animal rights issues, “Focus on Animals” so there is no lapse in our vigilance and activism from what you have seen here at Sunny Side Up. We present our own poetry that can best be described as pathos and erotica at a site named, “In the Mirror at Midnight.” Percolating on the back burner is a to-be-announced jewelry website that showcases jewelry by Susan Dorling Designs and trendy, inexpensive, quality jewelry from our company, Phoenix Fashion Jewelry.
We hope our current followers will still be excited and interested in our revamped content that is light-hearted, positive and heartwarming. If not, we do apologize for the inconvenience and say merci for your past support and bid you adieu.
For the horse lover on your Christmas gift list. The gift of sponsorship of a retired thoroughbred racehorse from the Thoroughbred Retirement Foundation is the perfect gift for someone who always had an affinity for horses, but who has never had one of their own (like me).
Excerpted from their website, here’s the scoop in a nutshell:
“The Thoroughbred Retirement Foundation Sponsorship Program helps provide lifelong care for former racehorses that are unsuitable for adoption. Sponsors receive a personalized packet about their selected horse, photos and updates throughout the year, and even the opportunity to meet the horse in person.
Sponsorships make great gifts to celebrate birthdays, holidays, and other special occasions. A “kid-friendly” sponsorship version is even available for youngsters!
We offer several levels of sponsorship and your donations can be made in automatic monthly or quarterly installments.”
Check it out here
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