Happy Friday y’all! I hope you had a good week and are looking forward to the weekend. Even though it is only two days, I am thrilled the weekend will be here in a few hours. It felt like an extremely long week and I feel like I could use more than just two days, but I will not complain and accept it. The good news is there is a long week coming soon. Do you have anything planned for your weekend? Even though I am sure I will not sleep in much, at least I will not be working and can sleep in if can without the adorable fur children waking me😊.
As our week comes to an end, I am sure there is a lot we can look back on, but that is not necessary because it is the weekend. With each week we learn many lessons and endured many different challenges. Honestly, we should not view challenges as negative because they all provide us with additional strength we did not have before. We should always be proud of ourselves for never surrendering to hardships and painful struggles because we came out of them with more courage. Think about it, would you be as strong as you are today if you did not go through difficult times? Maybe, but maybe not.
Thank you for visiting my site today. Remember to enjoy your weekend doing exactly what makes you happy. You do not have to have your weekend all planned out, that is what the weekdays are for and weekends should be spent relaxing. I hope you enjoyed the quote I shared with you today and I look forward to reading your comments. Please never forget that I am always sending y’all LOTS of love, comfort, support, and MANY positive vibes!
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I’ll be attending a wine testing this weekend. Since my diagnosis, alcohol has all but completely vanished from my diet and this will be a special treat! Thanks for the positive start to the day! I hope you have a wonderful weekend and get that chance to sleep in!
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That sounds like it will be a lot of fun! I am not going to lie to you, I remember when I was first diagnosed I ended up drinking a lot because it was such a shock. I ended up stopping that bad habit as it was not helping anything. I hope you enjoy yourself, you deserve a treat. How long ago were you diagnosed?
Before MS I really enjoyed craft beers and the local breweries. Since, I’ve tried to stick to ciders and wine. Not nearly as fun, but once I started looking I found plenty of good options. I was diagnosed 18 months ago.
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