2015 QWI HEALTH AND COMMUNITY LIVING MOTTOS
  • Life is like riding a bicycle, to keep your balance you must keep moving.
  • It's not the hours you put in, but what you put in the hours that count.
  • Eat well–Live well.
  • Good Health is a precious gift.
  • A best friend is like a 4 leaf clover; hard to find and lucky to have.
  • At the moment of death, we will not be judged according to the number of good deeds
    we have done, or by the diploma we have received in our lifetime. We will be judged according to
    the love we have put in our work
    (Mother Teresa).
  • Happiness is when what you think, what you say, and what you do are in harmony (Gandhi).
  • Experience is simply the name we give mistakes.
  • Worrying doesn't take away today's peace.
  • When God measures a woman he puts the tape around her heart, not her waist.
  • One morning as my husband opened the freezer he asked,
    "What shall I take out for dinner?" ME, I replied.
  • When the day is blustering and rainy, be grateful to have a warm dry nest,
    whose solid walls protect you from the weather.
  • The irony of life is that by the time you are old enough to know your way around,
    you're not going anywhere.
  • No matter how you feel, get up, dress up, and show up.
  • Between being called "Good Looking" and "Looking Good" is about 20 years.
ROLL CALLS
  • A Christmas Memory.
  • A healthy recipe.
  • Baby pictures.
  • Food items for Christmas baskets.
  • Wear a poppy.
  • A favorite radio program.
  • Handy household hint.
  • Remedies of years gone by.
  • Your dream vacation.
  • What does Amnesty international do?
  • Christmas tips.
  • Cookies for Meals on Wheels.
  • Health tips.
  • Bring a card and stamped envelope.
  • Suitable items for L'Escale Women's Centre.
  • First flower in Spring.
  • Name a "cure for the blues."
  • Bring a magazine to exchange.
  • How to use a smart phone.
  • Name an activity to improve your waistline.
  • Name your most sinful food.