Got up and went back to sleep. It’s a lazy Friday morning. I have a few things on my to do list. I’m really hoping that I can do them all electronically. Trying to hit the easy button on life today. Like the staples commercials.

School’s out for a mini holiday. I’m thinking about taking my boy to lunch. A Mommy n me lunch date.

I found a few prospects for a place. Praying and putting positive vibes toward those thoughts. The thoughts of a place to belong sounds so wonderfully amazing.

Ran around like a chicken with my head cut off because I misplaced the IPad. I was actually more concerned with the hidden images on this thing more than anything else. I’m glad I found it. One less thing to worry about.

Isn’t it strange? How one simple problem or situation can blow your whole mood. Like come on already self. Find your zen and hang on to it for dear life. It’s the repetition of a mindset that decided it no longer needs to panic. But panic it does anyway.

 I’m just happy it’s not as often as it used to be.

Growing and changing. What a good feeling to have. To see oneself as a better version. Life can get so cluttered with things and thoughts that aren’t going to serve your happiness in the end. Letting go of worry brings the peace back to my core. Centers my mind and calms my soul.

C.L Cunningham

Hitting  the easy button on Friday 🚨


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