Happy just because
Love these cute little puppies having such fun on a nice green lawn. It’s spring and the sun is shining and what more could one ask?
Right now I am jumping from one butterfly moment to the next. This could be a bad thing or you know it could be just be a lot of things starting to work together all at once.
Sometimes that is how life goes. Days and days when nothing seems to click, make sense or feel worthwhile. Then pop! All of a sudden you can’t keep up with all the things happening.
Thinking seriously about things today and I came up with a very insightful thought. And it is this: “Many times in my life I have not given myself enough credit for making decisions.”
While it’s not a bad thing to ask for someone else’s opinion there comes a point when one must decide for oneself. What do I want to do? What do I want to happen?
What works for me
Everyone of us is very unique. We all know that in theory. But sometimes we try to hard not to be.
We want to fit in and we think unless we go with the flow that won’t happen. But what if that is the exact opposite?
What if by being different we fit in much better? Like chocolate sauce on ice-cream! Or ketchup on french fries. Or jumping into a cold lake on a hot day?
What if by loving the differences that goes into who we are we become fuller and happier?
Having Sunny thoughts
I found this quote this morning
and it just reading it made me happy. Like hey, why am I trying so hard to make the very best, most amazing, wonderful decisions about what to do next?
Maybe the only real challenge is to be happy about doing all the things I am doing?
After all I can decide to have a “Sunny Disposition” whether or not my choices have snags and bumps or complete blow out.
So this is my advice to myself for the day. Lighten up and enjoy the fullness of exciting possibilities. Some will work out. Some won’t. I will enjoy the moment that is now.
- Nice rainy day.
- Having fun working on websites and books and oh my!
- Starting to read two new books. Of course I’m crazy. Why do you ask?