Hello beautiful shell 🙂 From the day I added you to the list of blogs I follow, many have gone and come in that list, except one i.e. your blog. From this distance (physical one) if you can impact someone (positively), I’m definitely feeling jealous to your loved ones who are right next to you.
I love giving example of trees in most of the situations. Similarly, if you are forty, I believe your tree is still growing and has only reached half of its age i.e. still quite young. All the lives under that tree are being affected quite positively already and you’re doing a great job by running this virtual tree as well for some distant fellows like myself. We can all feel the positive impact you are making and I’d love to quote your blog to many others, in addition to my own self at times.
Stay blessed and growing like a beautiful tree 🙂
As a Forty Plusser I had my fair shares of wicked curveballs in life.
For too long in my life I have tried to ignore things that needed fixing and attention. I tried to live a happy go lucky life. I lived a life of total pretence. I did not want people to notice how broken I was inside. I was ashamed to let down my guard. I was too afraid to drop the mask!!! I was afraid to show my true feelings. To me, these ghosts of my past was too embarrassing to share with anyone!
To me, healing was a 360 degrees U-turn. I also know that I won’t be my old self EVER. My old self had evaporated in the air. My old self is gone forever. But that’s okay!!! I have reached a point in my life where I just couldn’t care less! I tend to practise more selflove. I am stronger. I am more confident. I don’t have…
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