So after the rather looooooooong weekend that just happened, I thought that a post with a more inspirational tone to it was in order. ;)
One of my good friends from high school had a saying that used to drive everyone crazy. It seemed like when things got tough, inevitably she would look at you and say "Cry me a river, build me a bridge and GET OVER IT!". . . . Did I mention that most people would readily admit to wanting to strangle her on occasion? It was annoying to hear when you were having a hard time (and everyone knows that High School is no picnic!) and wanted nothing more than a listening ear or a shoulder to cry on. She was good at offering them when you really needed them, but if she thought that you were after more sympathy than you were entitled to, watch out!
The thing is, she had a good point. How often do we allow something that has happened in the near, or even distant, past to affect for the worse what we are trying to accomplish today? How many times have we just looked at something and given up before we even really tried, because we failed in the past? And how much longer are we going to let that hold us back? Forever? Because it's a possibility if you let it be.
There is something to be said for trying, anything is a possibility if you let it become one! Just pick your sorry self up off the ground, brush the dust off and hit the road to success running! I'll be the one with the pom-poms screaming like an idiot and cheering you on. ;)
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