A Little Blue Fish is My Inspiration

Reblogger Alice C. Wilson
Services for Real Estate Pros with VirtualExec-Assist

Thanks Heather for reminding us to keep our chins up.  "Dory the little blue fish" is a great idea.  Everybody needs a gimmick and it sounds to me like you've find yours.

Original content by Heather Chavez

It's funny to think that you can find inspiration from a cartoon character.  But, lately, circumstances have forced me to look in some weird places to keep a positive attitude.  And, I happened to land upon Dory, the little blue fish from "Finding Nemo".  Since Dory's only got a VERY short term memory, she's always happy to meet new people (even if she's known them for a while), she manages to make friends with those who should be her enemies ("What's a little bite like you doing 'round here") and is always in an upbeat mood ("Swimming, swimming...just keep swimming").  Not a bad way to live, if you think about it.  So, no matter what life throws at me, I'm just going to keep swimming with a song in my heart and a smile on my face.

Heather Chavez, Real Estate Virtual Assistant - Second Self Virtual Assistance: When There Isn't Enough of You to Go Around!

 

 

 

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I'm so happy you thought the same thing I did, Alice.  I love Dory's positive attitude. 

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