Enough about that... what in the world will I do know that I am thirty. Well, I will be the same person I always have been. Fun at heart, serious when necessary, crazy about my kids and passionate about life. I will however, resolve to continue to make some necessary changes for my health and my happiness. I will not shed tears for those who are undeserving. I will let go of some of the anger and resentment I feel towards my ex-husband. I will wake each day and be thankful for the miracles I have been given instead of the tragedy I have faced. I will know that the disappointments or difficulties I have faced have help shape and mold me into the person that I am today. I will not be afraid of what "may" happen. I will love my children, I will teach my students and most importantly I will wake up each day and just keep breathing. I made twenty wishes for New Years, & I still intend to keep every one of them. Oh, and we cannot forget that I will become more diligent with my wrinkle cream... can't just let myself go!!
So I am ending with words from Maria Shriver. I just finished one of her books and I enjoy her writing immensely. She is honest, smart and has a great sense of humor. These are her words on "trying to be Superwoman":
"Perfectionism doesn't make you feel perfect, it makes you feel inadequate. You are not worthless because you can't do it all. You are human. You can't escape that reality, and you cant expect to. Self-acceptance is the goal. If Shakespeare were a Superwoman, she might have said, "To be or not to be -- take time and wisdom."
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