“Learn from it, fix it, do better next time.”
This is something a close family friend has been telling me since I was 7, and even though it is so simple, it is a difficult concept to practice at all times. It is one that will help you all throughout your life, though.
You don’t know how many times I’ve messed up while dancing. I was doing it so much that I finally learned how to make it look like I was doing it on purpose.
Its the same way with life. I mess up all the time. But instead of telling yourself that you’re a failure, realize that you aren’t stupid and clumsy. You are you and when you realize that, the dance goes a lot smoother.
Im really sorry to say that because of Internet difficulties I will be unable to post as often as I usually do. This has really upset me because blogging is one of my favorite pastimes. Thank you for your loyalty and patience! Brooke will be more then happy to fill in for me while I’m gone though! Until next time!
As my family and I have been going through some hard times lately, I find that my books, country music and movies don’t help my raw emotions at all. Those things are all fun entertainment but they do nothing for your broken heart.
I have discovered this past week that reading the Bible, talking to God and listening to Godly music has helped to put me at some peace. It’s something I need to do daily but you don’t realize how important God is to you until you need Him.
This song by The Collingsworth Family has been an immense help to me. I listen to it in the morning while doing my hair and it really helps me get through the day.
Here it is and I hope after listening to it, you will put on the top of your to do list: “I’ve Gotta Get To Jesus!” God Bless!