Let’s talk about things we do and people try to make us feel bad for.
I’ve been gone for a minute but I’ back with a new post. Read on about what I’ve been doing to keep myself busy during my recovery.
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My 10 days off are over. I’m not gonna pretend I’m glad it’s over and I can get back to work, because I’m not. And that has nothing to do with me being lazy, but with other factors I will get into later on.
So what all did I find out about myself during this 10 day break?
We sometimes do things that make us feel good, but will have others rolling their eyes at us. Thing is though, we don’t live to make others happy. If whatever it is you wish to do doesn’t hurt anyone else, do it. With that said; here are a 10 things that are absolutely okay!
On Sunday’s my mother after my mom went to church, we’d cruise around to wherever. Yeah, we would literally just get in the car and drive to certain towns. Admiring the houses, talk about what it’d look like from the inside, look at some poor choices of gardening. But most importantly, it allowed me to dream. Oh, how I would dream. Life didn’t turn out that way, tho. Now, you might think this has me absolutely depressed, because clearly my life isn’t as I had dreamed it would be. But I’m not, at least not anymore. Which is exactly what has me writing this today.
This one is mostly for my ladies. Sorry, guys.
Inspired by last night’s party that I attended, I decided to have a little list with cute dresses with a cute price tag attached to it. Because who doesn’t love an affordable cute dress?