Wrong and Right

Another day of complete craziness mixed with some not so bad moments. And I’m putting them down as a reminder of what I learned from all of it ….

~ What went wrong ~

Negative thoughts – That soft dark voice that keeps coming back to tell me I’m not good enough, I cried, was sad and depressed and it took me some time to get rid of that feeling.

Mistakes – I made a few today, was rushed and trying to finish some urgent things and made some stupid mistakes. You can’t always tipex them out. Once they are out they are exposed.

Noise – I made lots of it this afternoon, and I was only reminded late in the day that I was becoming a bit *^&*$%. Really? Girls please stop me early on in the noise making process. Don’t let me carry on like some crazy person.

~ What went right ~

Coffee – When I got to my desk there was a cup of coffee waiting for me, still hot. It reminded me that some friends never forget you no matter how busy they are.

Chat – With a friend that knows how to read me (she doesn’t know it) she always finds her way to my desk on the right days.

Work – It was busy, hectic! But I actually managed to tick some things off my to-do-list, that was a good feeling at the end of the day.

Project – My friend shared a secret with me and asked if I’d like to be part of a special little project, yeahness. I love stuff like that #excited!

Art – It’s Wednesday so it’s art class, started a new painting and I loved everything about tonight.

Now that looks like more right than wrong. And I’m left with a very wise saying….             “Once you replace negative thoughts with positive ones, you’ll start having positive results.”

*sigh* easier said than done I think, but I will leave the house with that in mind tomorrow.

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2 thoughts on “Wrong and Right

  1. I remember this day well. It was when jabber mouth and goose weren’t around. The Paul I saw was “alive”, loud, excited one minute, crazy the next. You were expressing yourself and didn’t care who heard you. You were busy with one thing one minute and another the next. The thing you also didn’t notice is that since jabber wasn’t around, people made their way to your desk for help and at one stage, you were surrounded by people, wanting YOUR help. You. Paul! But the thing I remembered most was that you laughed. A lot. Especially when you made mistakes and sent the wrong doccie when you sent the meeting request. It was funny and you know what? It was human. You are too hard on yourself… I love being around you, but on this day, I loved it more!!!

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