I absolutly hate that sentence. It has been said to me so much through my life, that I can almost tell you when it is getting ready to be said to me in conversation.
Why should I have to grow? Why can’t life just go as I want it to go, and follow my schedule? Is that really too much to ask? Seriously, it seems that once I finally adjust to something, it changes, leaving me frustrated, confused, and flopping around like a fish out of water. Continue reading →
How many times have I heard that statement in my lifetime? Probably to the point that if I had a penny for each time I did hear it, I could retire to some tropical island with my new hot husband, Clay Matthews…..
but I digress.
As children, we are taught that it is impolite to judge others based on what we see of them on the outside. Looks can be deceiving, and 99.9% of the time, we underestimate someone based on how they look, speak, or act. Continue reading →
Those words repeatedly uttered by my favorite literary character, Anne Shirley, have pretty much been my mantra since the age of 8 when, I was first introduced to the series of Books by L.M. Montgomery. The Anne of Green Gables series has been a staple in my life ever since.
Albert Einstein once wrote, “There comes a point in your life when you need to stop reading other people’s books and write your own.”
We love seeking advice from folks. Especially if they have tackled something we haven’t yet.
“How was the new restaurant in town?” “Is that new Tom Cruise movie worth seeing” “What are your thoughts on the new Oreo flavor?”
We listen. We read. And we Ruminate over the responses we receive. Then ultimately, we base our own opinions off the opinions of others. We fail to experience for ourselves what is truly out there. Continue reading →