SMILES

KEYNOTE: “Isn’t She Lovely” is a song that brings a smile to my face and joy to my heart.

The oncology clinic must require their employees to practice smiling.

Smiles must be part of the job description at Tully’s Coffee at Yarrow Point, Bellevue as well.

Smiles with gentle laughter, to me, are the best medicines for diseases.

What a wonderful world it would be if adults looked at the other adults the same way they look at a baby.

Soft eyes, huge grins, gentle words and a caring touch warm my heart as nothing else can do. 

Smile Coach God Loves You, title of chapter 8 of my book, MEET MY HEAD COACH.

My 1968 Athletes In Action basketball team lost a heartbreaker to Bowling Green University. Bill Westphal, the best small forward I ever coached, made a steal to score the winning basket. Sadly a ref made a home cooked call. We lost the game.

There was no smile on coaches face. Mack Crenshaw former captain of the Georgia Bulldogs saw my anger.

Big Mack with his toothy grin said, “Smile coach God loves you.”

The year I spent with Mack motivated me to learn to smile and rest in God’s love.

Smile readers of Words of Hope; God loves you.

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