This too shall pass.
Such a simple reminder that nothing is permanent and that is why we are so lucky to feel and experience all that we do.
Don’t let fear decide your actions. Be brave enough to express kindness, empathy and consideration towards everyone, especially those you don’t agree with or understand.
Water and sunshine, and a good deal of rest while I get over this wretched virus
1. Lower the bar. Stop letting high expectations create unnecessary complexities and frustrations.
2. Just say no. No further reason or explanation required.
A chance to consider how I can show those that I can depend on, that they can depend on me too.
I came up with a few events/activities that have been repeated sometimes throughout the years, but it occurred to me that the tradition I enjoy the most is simply BEING with my family. Family is the thing I cherish the most, so anything I get to do with them- traditional or original- is what I value.
I am waiting for pay day so that I can put some shelves on the wall and finally get some photo frames up in the living room, making my house feel more like my home.
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