“Look around at the azaleas making fuschia starbursts in spring; look at the full moon hanging silver in a black sky on a cold night. And realize that life is glorious and that you have no business taking it for granted. Care so deeply about its goodness that you want to spread around.” Anna Quindlen
We live in an age of technology. Computers have gone from these massive pieces of equipment that take up an entire room to small squares that if in our pockets. All in a matter of forty years. Think about that. In just four decades we’ve progressed more technologically then the world did in centuries.
With this technology has come the creation of social media. The platform you are reading this on is a form of social media. This ability to connect instantly is amazing.
And not so amazing.
So I’m about to get very personal with all of you for a moment. I’m sure my typical readers have noticed that a my posts have taken a bit of a turn these past few months. I’ve been trying to be more positive and keeping things merrier.
Don’t let the facade fool you. While I have been more positive, I’ve been far from merry all these months.
My husband and I are like every other married couple. We have arguments. Some big. Some small. Some I don’t even remember what we were fighting about. (He probably remembers.)
Get excited about life.
It’s a roller coaster that we’re all on together just at different parts of the track.
Are you a quitter?
I’ve quit a lot of things in my life. Jobs. School. Relationships. Diets. You name it, I’ve probably quit.
There is something I’m spreading. I’m doing it day by day. Person by person until everyone is affected.