Hello my Marlifers
There I was wide awake, hearing the birds singing, hearing my hubby snoring and reflecting on my life now more so when I am happy to say I will be 50 next year, and I am working on myself to have inner peace and more. My therapy sessions have helped me hugely to re-evaluate many aspects of my life and I must confes
I would like to create a better version of myself. And yes, I am working on it.
I do not aspire to be a role model because I have too many imperfections for that, but I would like to be an inspiration. I would like to touch people, and I am humble when I say this.
I would like to continue to be true to who I am and that means recognising my feelings and emotions to embrace them, accept them and nurture them, but I do not want to cradle bad feelings.
I do not want to be argumentative, I want to be understanding not only for myself but also for those around me. Being comprehensive is better than being narrow minded
I would like to keep a good sense of humor because I don’t want to take myself too seriously. At the end of the day, after a smelly poo
I would like to continue to positively influencing my husband John Compton who is the star that shines the most in my universe. Honestly, he is the person I love the most with every single cell my heart made of.
I would like to cultivate more that spark of compassion that’s exits in me to try to make a better contribution to the world
And I do not want to be a prisoner of hate or bad feelings, I want to always be set free by love and feelings that would contribute to my well-being.
And finally, I would love to tell my mammy, Carmen, who is in heaven, that she did a great job with me. You were a fantastic mum and your love still lives in me I miss you as much you deeply loved me.
Thanks for reading and remember life and love are wonderful