I'd rather be crying over paper cuts than not writing at all.
Open mouth with both feet inserted.
GULLY: I hear you! It's so easy to do and so embarrassing. I feel your pain--been there, done that.
To be a better blogger! I have missed your lovely post concerning your gardens and flowers! LOL! I was in Provinetown that last two weeks and missed blogging so. But one thing I would change is to be on time. I'll be late for my own funeral, I swear! Hoep you have been well honey.
I'd love to be rid of the anxiety troubles so I could drive again, and be more independent. Happy Friday Shaddy!
My "stick-to-it-ive-ness". I start many things but never finish them.
MADDIE: Provincetown! That must have been fabulous. I say: better late than neverSARIE: Anxiety is no fun. I'm beginning to think that anxiety is an issue with me as well. I've been living with anxious feelings off and on forever and until recently wasn't able to identify them. HELLO!!! I just thought I was really weird. Well, that's probably true too!!You have a great Friday too, Sarie.PARROT: I don't think starting things and not finishing them is all bad. I give you credit for getting the ball rolling; that's the hardest part. I admire you for having the courage to start lots of different things. I get in ruts and get stuck there.
My first thought was nothing...but the more I pondered on it I came up with...putting MORE faith in GOD so when doubts or self criticism comes up...which it has ALOT lately, I would be able to keep soaring instead of crashing.
ANNIE: I hope you're not struggling with doubt regarding the race you're planning on running.
I would be rich instead of so good looking.I would take time to do the things that are important in this life: like keeping in touch with those friends that made such a difference in my life. I wouldn't worry so much about whether my job was finished on time but would worry about the time spent with my family, and as Annie said spend more time on my relationship with God. It's not too late on some of these, but it seems I'm losing more opportunities all the time.
WALK: You're a good man.
No not about the race...about my job. Things aren't like they used to be. I applied for a job I thought I would really like but have not heard back yet. I keep reminding myself that God knows my needs and that is what it is all about not what I want at the moment. This too will pass...into something good I know. But the wait...oh...patience is good for keeping that faith in check.
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