And here are pictures of some Tiny Beyonces that I saw when I was visiting family in Maine recently…
Jenny Lawson is my hero and my inspiration. I’m overwhelmed that she is following my blog’s twitter account. I have no words.
Source: Sharks ate my cat.
This is an excellent, courageous article. Please read if you or a loved one is dealing with depression.
An optimistic start
‘Life is 10% what happens to you, 90% how you react to it.’ (Charles R. Swindoll)
This is one of my favourite quotes and life philosophies. But what if you lose control over how you react to it?
Check phone. Again. Nope, he still hasn’t texted. Heart lurches, stomach flips and brain tries desperately to recall That Nice Thing He Said which means that He Definitely Will Text. It’s tough being an optimist, clinging onto those elusive gaps between the rain, and trying to ignore that you’re getting drenched.
But I wouldn’t have it any other way. I believe in life, and people, and the power of positivity. I appreciate how beautiful and precious life is and I walk around saying thank you for things – whether it be an amazing busker at a tube station or a fun weekend spent with friends. I appreciate how lucky…
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This is a great article with solid advice on how to help your loved one who is suffering from mental illness, while taking care of yourself at the same time.