I have heard thy prayer, I have seen thy tears, behold I will heal thee.
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Thursday, March 4, 2010

Repeat after me. . . .

Ever feel like you're just kinda stuck? I am stuck. I am happy, and I keep busy. . .but I am stuck. I sleep in every morning cuz frankly, I don't have a reason to get up early. Nothing pressing, nothing too important to do. Routines are comfortable, safe. . . but they get old after a while. I am stuck in a daily routine. Ahhhhhh!! I need to figure out how to spice up my days. However I do not want anything medical suprising me~ I will take repititious over sick any day :)

I seriously can't wait till November when Bryan will be done with school and I wont be alone 12 hours or more each day!! That will be nice~ But for now I just need to figure out what I can do to keep from going insane. Well I don't want to sound like I am in a downer mood, because I am not, I am just contemplating what I do with my time. . . .how can I use it better. . . .and what do I do that makes me happy?? I am not sure if I will ever figure out all three. Let me end with this quote I really, really like and 100% agree with:

"People who say that life is not worthwhile are really saying that they themselves have no personal goals which are worthwhile. Get yourself a goal worth working for. Better still, get yourself a project. Always have something ahead of you to "look forward to"-to work for and hope for" -Maxwell Maltz.

3 comments:

Jen said...

You should volunteer somewhere J! You are so inspiring and there are probably tons of people out there who could benefit from you!

My2ndHeartBeat said...

I have to agree ..... I sat at home for the first year kind of "waiting for the other shoe to drop". I was healthy, strength was back so I went to volunteer one day a week. Plus trying to talk to people every day about the benefits of organ donations. All of this gives me some purpose. I also try to help other on TxBuddies. I'm also looking very hard at volunteering with my OPO. Just a few thoughts from the peanut gallery of life.

DAP

Cammi said...

You should make scrapbooks for people - take orders. Your talented!

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