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Tuesday, July 8, 2014

For Now

I've been thinking and thinking. Since life keeps throwing me curve balls, and I really need to finish a few projects, Killer Stilettos and the extended version of Time on Her Side, I will only be posting for Celebrate the Small Things on Fridays.

I figure, too, since there's been a lot of negative in my life, I'll just take the time to focus on the positives. 

Sometimes we just need to reflect inwardly and make a few adjustments. That's my plan.

I'm also hoping to read more blogs that I follow and help critique some of Emily McKeon's stuff.

Hugs and chocolate, all!
Shelly

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    1. That's what I'm gonna do. I've never done well in the Sea of Overwhelmed.

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  2. Sounds like you need to keep low-keyed (if that's the correct term for it?). Focus on only a few things and simply put one foot in front of the other.

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  3. Completely understandable, Shelly.

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  4. Hey Shelly,

    The main thing truly is about your life priorities. You have to do what makes you feel comfortable. No undue pressure on your good self, okay?

    Yes, distance yourself from the negatives and embrace those positives.

    Hugs and hope,

    Gary :)

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  5. That's totally understandable. You have to do what's right for you and Sir Poops.

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    1. Yes. Sometimes I just sit and hold and cuddle him.

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  6. Good luck. I hope things get calm and peaceful in your house.

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    1. Me, too. Yesterday, I was on edge. Daughter 2 lives in Southern Israel. Bombs were being drooped. The Iron Dome intercepted 8 over her neighborhood.

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  7. There's nothing wrong with taking a break. Enjoy your time as much as you can.

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  8. I'm glad that you'll still be Celebrating the Small Things every Friday :) Keep on focusing on the positive...life can't throw you curve balls forever...hang in there!
    ~Katie

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  9. Sorry that you have so much going on right now. I hope your daughter is doing okay. I know it's a frightening time there, but I'm sure she'll be safe. I'll be sending lots of good thoughts your way, Shelly.

    Julie

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  10. Take care of yourself, Shelly. Sending many hugs and good thoughts your way.

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