New Month, New Chapter, New Page and new Wishes….
May the new month bring you blessings of endless joy,
an abundance of great health, peace, love, and happiness.
May the Almighty give you strength and patience to sit still in times of storm.
May HE defend and protect you from illness and despair.
May HE come to your aid to experience His healing Love.
And May every day in July fill your days with hope, love, sunshine and positive energy.
Let there be Joy, Laughter and Peace. ❤️☀
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Writing is like driving at night in the fog.
You can only see as far as your headlights, but you can make the whole trip that way.
– E. L. Doctorow
Today is Day 183 of the 2020 Daily Writing Challenge.
Half of the year is in our rear-view mirror. Did you write yesterday? Have you completed 1/2 of your annual writing goal? Perhaps your January forecast bears no resemblance to what has happened so far. There is no shame or blame to assign if the pandemic and ensuing issues have decimated your schedule, messed with your mind, and derailed your fondest dreams. Or have your creative sessions expanded? Is your motivation surpassing your expectations? Are your ideas flowing fast and furious? Either way, today offers a marvelous opportunity to reevaluate, determine where you are in relation to your goals, and adjust your plan so you can continue to move…
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It seems like 2020 started yesterday, and today I check my calendar to discover half a year swept away. July is living up to its reputation for hot, sun-soaked days, but the expected lazy summer lull is not materializing. Instead, crazy workloads, and increased family demands coupled with uncertain procedures for completing once-routine tasks, rule the day. The normal state of my mind is a constant barrage of busy-ness. Thoughts chatter incessantly. I plan the future, review past performances, plot new trajectories, and fret about what I might be forgetting.
Time rushes onward, we stress about the lack of time and wish we could slow its passage. However, research suggests we control our perception and how we experience time. When we engage in benign, semi-pleasant, routine tasks, we enter a mindless state, and time slips away without conscience awareness. Likewise, when we must complete boring, non-challenging tasks that demand close…
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Wearing a mask protects you and others – it’s not all about you!!
Your Freedom Ends When It Harms Others And They Can Die From What You Did!!
Pulled over on the side of the road because my emotions got to me 💔
It a one of those days
Life’s little maze of disasters
Pain expelled with each breath
Of painful moments
No way to rewind
Searching for answers
Of where I went wrong
Upon my journey
For that moment in time
When the joy of life becomes mine
On a flight to another land
Hand in hand
Patient I wait
For the happiness of someday
To finally happen
Copyright (c) 2020 Nichole Sulpizio – All Rights Reserved
I used to wonder why I would allow myself to settle for situationships that were unquestionably less than ideal. In this moment, I realize that a large piece of it can be attributed to the fact that it’s nice to know that someone is thinking of you… Even if you aren’t the only one on their mind or that they’re sending “checking in” messages to. You at least made the list of being someone they send the good morning or good night to… or whatever it may be. You know you’re a number on the list, but sometimes it’s just nice being noticed.
What a crazy world we’re living in right now! A global pandemic that has completely changed our daily lives. It’s affected the dating world too. Since we can’t really meet, I thought CO…
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