I’ve been guilty of all five for many years (especially #3), but thanks to Lesli Doares (and her list), I will never be that woman again.
I went to visit a friend today. Here’s the thing, this friend and I had an epic falling out a few years ago.
We don’t know where we’d be without you.
My parents’ many triumphs over the years have taught me how to be a better human, wife, and mother. Their failures have taught me things too.
Life is all about those simple, spontaneous and irreplaceable moments.
Getting in two accidents in four days was a huge flashing neon sign that I was meant to do more in this world.
We need all the love we can get.
Today marks three months on the job. Some days I feel like a visiting angel. Other days, like today, I’m a fraud in scrubs.
I have to believe that I’m worth the effort before I actually make the effort.
Life is precious.
“#3 be kind. Always, always be kind.”
I will never forget the day my dad needed help.
I am immediately overwhelmed by empathy in most situations. I don’t know how to turn it off.
All roles are equally hard, full of extreme amounts of pressure and responsibilities.
I was tucking my son into bed tonight when he asked, “Mom, what do you think happens after you die?”
I need to write my way out of anxiety today to gain some perspective.