Monday, October 11, 2010

In The Arms of a Good Man

You know the phrase "can't live with them, can't live without them?" There is no in between, so the phrase just doesn't count. It's one or the other, I think you pick one, you choose, and you live with the choices made. Depending on the circumstance the decision is a good or a bad one. For me, I've made many bad choices in my life, but one ultimate great one. It is to be with the one that stands by my side and supports me at all costs.

I'm weak, vulnerable, sensitive and high energy he is strong, optimistic and calm. We fight, we argue, we disagree. We overcame complications in our relationship with continuing obstacles to come. I'm truly blessed and lucky for having loved and being loved. I would not change what I have for any amount luck and fortune.

However, if you are single and looking for that special someone don't be discouraged. It's understandable that you'll start to feel frustrated and disapproved, but none of that means anything. Fate, time, patience, opportunity, and choices all create the ideal situations in meeting that special someone. Don't stand still in the momentum of things. Continue to give life your best and when you least expect it something wonderful will happen. Strangely enough life sometimes works that way as I have learned.

Tuesday, October 05, 2010

Running for Your Life

Okay so you're running: you got chores to do, homework to complete, pay the bills, wax body hair, iron your clothes and show up to work on time. There's no time for breaks because in that time you could have finished errands and in this time you're anxious, stressed, angry, overwhelmed, frustrated and mad at the world! So like what the hell right? Who doesn't feel this way? Life itself is an on going chore.

Everything becomes so task oriented we forget the joys left in life. Just take the time to just breath. Take a few moments to relax, eat, or play with your kids. Ask for help when necessary, there's no sin in that. At the end of the day those errands will be done, your homework will be handed in by the deadline, and family and friends are satisfied by helping. Life is an on going chore, but what's the point if you forget to enjoy it?