We are officially, halfway through this week, which also means, we are that much closer to the weekend. How has your week been? Of course, my week has been busy, but I do enjoy it being that way. I mentioned to y’all about the writing competition and that I submitted my article, well, a few other people that I know knew about it as well, but I told my supervisor about it yesterday, and she was interested in reading it. Without any hesitation, I sent it to her to read! Only a few other people have read it, so I am interested to know what she thinks about my article. She is an honest and fair person, so I have no doubt she will give it to me straight. Not that it matters now because the paper was already sent to the competition, and now I just have to wait until the judges announce the winner, which will not be until October.
Well, the first and most challenging part of the week is over, and we just have a few days left. I do, however, think we could all use a little inspiration to help get us through the final part of this week. What do you think? I am hoping the quote I am sharing will help you at least through today! No one has ever said that life is easy, and if they did, they must have been lying because life is hard. We all face challenges daily, and we get through them the best we can. Yes, it can take courage we did not know we had, but the hard times will pass, and we will be stronger once we do! No matter what challenges we encounter, we must always believe that good things will come our way. It never happens when we want them to, but they will come when it is time!
As I mentioned, life can be extremely challenging. There might be times when we wonder, how you are going to get through some situations. Life can sometimes leave us feeling helpless, and we might feel like we have nowhere to turn. I understand this, but there is always a way, even when the challenges seem never-ending. During these times, even if you feel you have no one to turn to or can talk to, there are helplines available to contact, such as The Samaritans Helpline at 1-877-870-4673 or you can even write about your feelings!
Thank you for visiting my site today. I hope you enjoyed what I have shared and it helps whoever needs this during challenging times. I would also like you to know that if you ever need someone to vent to, I am always available! I am not a professional or anything, but I am very understanding, and compassionate. I look forward to reading your comments, and I will respond as quickly as I can. Please never forget that I am always sending y’all LOTS of love, comfort, support, and MANY positive vibes!
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