Monday, July 11, 2011

Quote of the day.

Happy Monday Lovers! I love that it's Monday morning and my routine went smoothly, nothing better. Like I always say, it's the little things in life that I  appreciate, such as a train coming on time. I had a fantastic weekend, I hope the same went for you. I got to spend time with my family as well as the Manfriend's, I got in a great run and taught a yoga class. I've got a busy work week ahead of me, I'm going to take it day by day and try not to stress myself out. 

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 The Giveaway ends Friday, July 15th and the winner will be announced Saturday July 16th! 

Today's quote comes from the television show, Scrubs. I came across this quote yesterday on Hollies Quotes under the Miscellaneous Love section, it was just the quote I needed, so I thought I'd share it with you. 

Right now the Manfriend and I are waiting to see where he will be playing next year, (he plays pro basketball overseas) there are a couple of teams on the radar, and I'm so excited and so proud of him but I'm also nervous as hell. Going overseas is an awesome experience but there are a lot of things that go into living abroad and as you guys have learned I am a constant worrier. So when I found this quote I was reassured, there is no sense in worrying. Instead, we should enjoy what we are doing at this present moment because that's the only thing in our control, and sometimes we can't even control the present.I also know that the love the Manfriend and I have for each other can get through any little hurdles along our journey. 


I usually don't like thinking about the future. I mean, let's face it, you can't predict what's gonna happen. But sometimes, the thing you didn't expect is what you really wanted after all. Maybe the best thing to do is just stop trying to figure out where you're going, and enjoy where you're at.

1 comment:

Popcorn, Pugs & Peonies said...

I love this quote. I am also a bit of a worrier (shhh, don't tell anyone).

Sounds like a fun opportunity to get to live someplace new, abroad for a while:) Can't wait to hear where you end up.


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