Kathie Lee Gifford Once Said…

Kathryn Lee Gifford was born on August 16, 1953. Kathie Lee is an American television presenter, singer, songwriter, occasional actress and author. She’s best known for being co-host of Live with Regis Philbin & Kathie Lee and more recently retired from being co-host on the fourth hour of the Today show with Hoda Kotb.

We can choose to see the negative or we can choose to see the myriad of miracles around us. – Kathy Lee Gifford

In life we often see the negative and the positive things. What we should and need to do is try to focus on the positive things in life. There’s so much going on in the world today it is hard to maintain focus on what is important. Keep those things in mind, put them in the forefront of your mind and in your heart.

A fear of the unknown keeps a lot of people from leaving bad situations. – Kathy Lee Gifford

These are highly profound words that one often doesn’t leave bad situations because of fear. Fear caused me to stay after Luna died before moving into the house that Dexter would lose his life in. I had much fear of that man, in that man, I had much fear of what to to come. I could never have predicted how my life would profoundly change.

If you settle for what you’ve got, you deserve what you get. – Kathie Lee Gifford

I’ve been watching Kathie Lee for many years from her time being with Regis to the Today Show with Hoda. I don’t think that Kathie Lee settled, I think she pushed the limits to get where she was. It is the truest of statements, we do choose what we do, how we do it and how to do things in life so we only have ourselves to blame for what we have and do not have. If one does not do anything to change things, than nothing will change. Things will remain the same but if you choose to do something, then things are more likely to change.

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