One day she…

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She was tired of worrying about this and that and what was going on around her. She had no control over any of it. She would sit and worry about all these things as she had done for many years that got her nowhere. It was wearing her down and she was unable to enjoy the life she had been given. It was time to let go of what she had no control over. It was hard but as she stepped outside with┬áthe cool breeze, warm sun and the birds chirping so beautifully she knew she couldn’t waste it over things she had no control over.

So, one day she simply decided to be happy.
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2 Responses

  1. Julie Sparkman

    Cassandra,
    I come to your website/Blog all the time just to look at what you have painted and read what you have written, so many times I relate to what you write, I find myself thinking “I feel that way too.” and I only wish I could paint like you do, I love your style so much and this painting is so soft and the flowers in her hair are beautiful. May God bless and keep you in His loving care and may His grace always be with you and yours.

  2. Cheryl

    I sure wish I could just say I’m happy and be it, but life and reality get in the way, so I ride the roller coaster of life and let it tickle my belly.

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