I hope positivity will go a long way in all of this.
Just wanted to pop on here to offer a little encouragement across the world. According to my stats I have readers from every inch of the globe (surprises me, too!) and I know we are all hurting in much the same ways. I'm here to remind you all that we. can. do. this.
That'll be a nope....
One day - Two points of view
I have just slathered my face with one of my favorite charcoal masks so while I wait for my face to harden I thought I would pop on here for a minute. I seriously hope no one is one here for some thought out, properly grammar-tized posts...cuz I gotta be honest. I write all day for work and all evening for school and my caringness level for perfection is just real low. (I have a scavenger hunt for you: count the number of time I use the word just in this post)
10,000ft elevation is NO joke. And even though I was in Denver for the weekend I have still be feeling pretty winded and headachey. I highly recommend buying yourself some squished oxygen - aka those mini tanks of compressed air that you can sip on while you acclimate. It's like $15 a can, but it's honestly helped temper some of the panic I have felt over not being able to breathe well. According to Google Alma, CO is in the highest elevation in the United States that has permanent residents. Yeah. It's that high up there.
You haven't lived until you've jogged out into the snow at 29 degrees in your bare feet and swimsuit to take part in an afternoon jacuzzi soak while basking in the glow of the rocky mountains. My little sister and I had a girl's day so we built a puzzle, listened to music, soaked in … Continue reading Unsteady Uproot – “To ski or not to ski” (Wednesday, January 8th)
People worry about making the wrong decisions, but what they should really worry about is not making any decisions at all. And by "they" I hope you know I mean "me." I worry about making the wrong decision, but what I should really worry about is not making any decisions at all. I know, I … Continue reading Unsteady Uproot – “Spin around and point!” (Monday, June 24th)
After 3 hours of sitting on a hard chair I'm surprised that my butt has not cemented to my seat. I am forcing myself to make a solid (see what I did there?) decision about my next step in life. Not an easy thing for me to do. My therapist keeps reminding me that not … Continue reading Unsteady Uproot – “Don’t look down.” (Friday, June 21st)