Finish each day and be done with it. You have done what you could. Some blunders and absurdities no doubt crept in; forget them as soon as you can. Tomorrow is a new day. You shall begin it serenely and with too high a spirit to be encumbered with your old nonsense. Ralph Waldo Emerson
Today made me feel:
- Productive. Completed church with flying colors (if I must add), went grocery shopping, and now starting my workload (not bad timing at all).
- Uncomfortable. I knew it was going to happen again sooner or later, so I’ve been praying for courage. It didn’t go exactly as planned, but I’m thankful she’s a much bigger person than I am. Mad props to people who still reach out after many blatant rejections and push-aways. Of course, as this was happening, I was thinking of cutting off all things that bring me any kind of discomfort. (I’m learning the new, nasty ways my selfishness manifests itself.) ijustdon’tknowifiwanttodothisforever;itseemslikeanawfullylongtimetome.
- Independent. One of my top happy feelings ever, also the most easily attainable. It comes from the simple things like taking out warm laundry from the dryer, doing dishes right after they’re used, getting my to-do list completed, making the time to do things I enjoy-reading, drawing, etc. My absolute favorite part about it too is the fact that it can repeat many times in a single week and I still get the same high.
Cheers to tomorrow,