Make sure to carry your burdens like stinky old socks.

“Let your burdens be like water and your blessings be like honey.”  ~M

Well today should be considered one of the worst days I’ve had so far this year, and yet I sort of just feel like laughing right now.  And yet earlier in the week, when I couldn’t have had a better day (that’s just how amazing it was), all I wanted to do was cry.

I am really starting to question my sanity at this point.  I have to say though, if what I faced today is really one of the worst days I could have, than I really should be counting my blessings.  So many people are facing much worse issues than I am.  I guess it all just comes down to perspective.  We can either let that bad day get to us, or we can say to ourselves, “It could have been much worse, time to move on…”

So I’ve decided to let the burdens of this day, sort of run off my back.  Yes, they are still here, but I’m choosing to carry them lightly; sort of like you carry a dirty, stinky old sock.  Tomorrow is a new day and hopefully it will be a whole lot better.  I’m choosing to be positive about the things which I cannot change about today.  Hope you are too!

Much love, ~M xoxo

7 responses to “Make sure to carry your burdens like stinky old socks.

  1. Glad to see you’re not letting the day get you down 🙂

    Weather getting any better?

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  2. Thanks Devereaux… 🙂 I’m not sure about the weather, since I’ve mostly been staying inside. It’s been snowing off and on. Can’t wait for spring! How’s it out your way?

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  3. I see. It’s been nice, here. Still really cold…

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  4. Here’s some reminders of summer to warm you up. 😎🌻🌞🍦🏖😉

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  5. I hate summers here though. High 90’s all the time…excited for the spring. Lots of life and new things.

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  6. Is it really? My dad lives there and he’s never told me that. Maybe it’s cooler down by the water where he’s at. I love the D.C. cherry blossoms….

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  7. Yeah. It’s crap here in the city. It is cooler near Annapolis and anywhere near the water.

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