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Saturday, January 30, 2010

Life and Lemonade

So some people have said that life is what you make it, while others say you should make lemonade when life hands you lemons. I personally think you just need to find your joy, what ever keeps a smile on your face and your heart light.
I have walked through some dark times in the past but have always been able to find the rainbow behind the clouds and I encourage everyone to do the same.

I am cleaning house, I have deleted several of my blogs and set others to private. This will blog will remain open as I don't have a large following here.
My husband and I have been very poor over the last several years, we have had serious health problems and have learned who our true friends are.
I can honestly say that it is in your darkest times that you find out who and what really matters. I am now taking an active stand to do something about my life and my future.
I am writing a book in fact a series of books with hope that someday in the future I will be able to publish them and be able to buy a house.

Life has indeed handed me a lot of lemons and while I do love lemonade it is no longer enough. I have decided to take my lemons and turn them into something worth sharing with the rest of the world.
The most important lesson life has given me is that joy really does come in the morning as long as you are willing to allow it back into your life.
Also I have learned that life is not worth living with out that joy, so for all those that work hard jobs, or have had life hand them sadness may you find your rainbow once again.
Life is not just what we make it, it is a rich tapestry that is interwoven with threads of those around us. Sometimes we have to deal with the bad no matter how hard we try not to it is what we do with those times that show us who we truly are.
So may your joy and love shine through.

1 comment:

Kim said...

Sounds like you are on the right track. It is true that what you do with the sad/hard times is what makes you a better person. We have been through some tough times--my husband's parents died when he was 11 and 12, my father suffered with cancer and died at 52, our son had two brain tumors, our nephew died of a brain tumor at 18 months, and my brother-in-law is currently fighting esophageal/stomach cancer at 51. BUT, wherever you look other's have it tougher. Count your blessings and pray for things that really count!

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