I tend to be on the uptight side. I like things a certain way and I am rarely patient. If I ask for something, I like it immediately. Apparently not the entire universe works this way. Moving to Southern California has given me a pass to let things go and not worry so much. After almost two year, it’s finally working. I’m finally understanding self care and taking care of me first. continued
Every once in a while, life throws you a curve ball. I think it’s to keep you on your toes. I’m not too sure. I’ve had so many ups and down this past month, my head is now in the fog. Fitting since we live in San Francisco.
I was so incredibly happy when Dennis came onboard as a Disney contributor, it’s worked out beautifully. I was invited to Disneyland to learn about the Youth Education Series but was unable to attend because of jury duty. Thankfully, Dennis was able to go in my place. Ironically, he’s heavily involved in several youth groups and this was right up his alley.
A week later, I discovered a strange lump in my chest. Of course things got busy and I didn’t think of it again until my arm pit started bothering me. I realized I needed to stop whatever I was doing and take care of myself. My body was telling me something and I needed to listen. Thankfully, the lump is not in my breast tissue and my tests came back negative for breast cancer. I’ve been crying, a lot. I’ve always thought that if something like this would happen to me, I’d be strong. I was wrong. I was scared, and the only thing I wanted to do was cry. But I quickly realized I have some great friends who let me cry with them through the good and the bad. continued