Here is the thing: I believe that you can “feel” the mood someone is in when writing a post. You get if the person was really happy, pretending to be happy, sad, frustrated or angry. I was quiet yesterday. Not reading much… I needed time to think.
I though long and hard what I should do writing this post. Should I wait for my mood to hopefully improve before writing this post and getting to the point where the post will not be up at its usual time? Or should I just pretend that I’m my happy self?
The thing is that I want this to be a happy place. My happy place, maybe a little bit yours as well. With the occasional rant of course. But you can’t always be happy, right? If I would pretend to always be happy it would be fake…
I decided to just go with how I feel right now. People: I really need some happy comments today. Something to cheer me up, something to make me feel good. So please tell me something good…
- Mention something that you consider being good in the comments
- Or write a post about it on your blog (please don’t forget the pingback if you do so I don’t miss out and also share the link to it in the comments below). Something good that happened to you recently, or something good you will experience in a little while, or something good you know will happen soon. Something that makes you feel good.
- Share this post and invite your followers as well.
So before I tell you why I feel the way I feel let’s try to improve my mood with the one thing that always makes me laugh… can you guess? No? Well… here it is:
Yep, it helped… just hang on, I need to watch it again… okay, so here we go:
“Up until I started blogging I had no idea what a narcissist is. I did not even realize that there was one in the circle of people close to me. I called it many names but never narcissist. Thanks to the many posts I read over the last two years I know have a name for how this person treated me over a long time. I came a long way. I learned that toxic people are toxic to you and that, no matter how close they are to you, you need to avoid having them influence your life. Unfortunately some people always find a way to crawl back into your life. The problem I had is that I always gave second chances. Over and over and over again. And I got burned. Over and over and over again.
It’s hard to remove yourself sometimes, you know…
And sometimes it feels like there is too much you have to handle. Too much that gets thrown at you no matter how much you try to remove yourself from the firing line. Sometimes you still get hit. Yesterday I needed time to think. Time to think how I should deal with this bullet shot at me once again. I needed time to figure out how deep it actually hit me.
This post is about telling you something good and it will do that. I just needed to give you a little bit of a lead up.
The good thing is, that the bullet did not hit me that deep. I’m slowly getting resistant. I’m not alone. I feel I have this safety net all around my. A cozy, safe, loving safety net. And although the impact of those shots still hurt, I still stand tall and I will not allow the storm to blow me over. Of course my husband and the kids and my best friends are the most important part of this safety net. But you people out there are too. You are part of this net as well. So thank you. Now let’s watch our little goat again, shall we ;-)…”