Even when things appear hopeless, chances are we are all doing a little better than we’re giving ourselves credit for.
“Should I be insulted that I keep getting Groupon emails for Botox and liposuction treatments or take this as a helpful suggestion from an anonymous friend?”
As he turned to face my grandmother in preparation of administering her medication, he realized that his beloved wife had gently passed away in her sleep. It soon became clear to him that it was indeed her light that she left behind as her final message of love.
There are definitely plenty of worse things one could be going through, but I must say that being gluten-free during Thanksgiving is not an ideal situation.
If I had done things differently, I’d be in a much better place right now.
You will stick to beer from now on when you go out drinking. You will only drink vodka on special occasions, like Christmas. Or Friday.
Stay inside the lines.
I found myself reflecting on how hard it is just to sit and do nothing. And I mean actually nothing. Not dozing, not reading, not meditating, not listening to music, not going for a drive – actually nothing. Just sitting, alone with our thoughts and feelings.
As well as the sheer distance between places, bus travel makes you honestly appreciate every other form of transportation for what they are.
Meeting someone online seems perfectly legitimate; getting to know them online makes me dubious.