Hello Monday! The weekend has come and gone once again, and SO quickly. It never fails, the weekends are always way too short, but I hope you were able to enjoy it the best you possibly could. I did not do anything too exciting, but I was able to rest and relax with my three amazing cats. The weekend was a little dreary and yesterday was a little chilly, but that made it a comfortable day to spend on the couch and under a blanket! It is amazing how much a heated blanket or heating pad helps my pain on a cooler day and with the threats of rain.
It is never easy or exciting to say “goodbye” to the weekend and start a new week, but that is where we are at today. It is critical to begin a week with a fresh and motivated mind. I hope you will find some deep and good meaning in the quote I am sharing with you today. Our days can become stressful and frustrating, but we need to stay focused on what really matters to us at the end of each day. I believe the more we focus on what matters the most in our life, the better the days and weeks will be because we are not letting the insignificant simple things drain our energy.
Are you looking forward to any part of this week, I mean besides Friday? I am going to be working longer days most of this week because I am leaving work early on Wednesday for a follow-up appointment with the pain doctor. It is not the staff that I dread about these appointments, it is the drive on the worst road in the entire state. All I can do is drive safely and deal with it. I already know nothing will change because these appointments are always the same and there are never any surprises or changes.
Thank you for visiting my site today. I hope you enjoyed the quote I shared and look forward to reading your comments. I hope your week begins well and only gets better with each day. Remember to take things in stride and to not get overly stressed because it will not change anything. Please never forget that I am always sending y’all LOTS of love, comfort, support, and MANY positive vibes!
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