Sprinkle some kindness 

Monday morning your so chilly.

Woke up and handled some business and had a nice brisk walk to and from my son’s new school. 

The smile on his face said that he was excited about his class even though mommy is a little more worried. I can’t help it. Having a child with Autism I’m always on edge when he has to start a new routine call me overprotective. 

The day is fresh and my mood is elevated. A couple of things still to check off my list still need to be done. Had a business snafu this morning hopefully it will be handled by tomorrow. I’m going to keep my fingers crossed. 

It’s tuff to complete a task and then see that it’s not finished and it’s out of your hands.

I’m trying to be positive anyway. 

It’s good to be honest with my thoughts and feelings. I see that so many people are having a tough time feeling validated inside. It’s as if we’ve all had a situation where someone else wants to chime in on our thoughts. Seriously speaking when is enough… enough. 

If it’s post online is it fair game? 

How many opinions does it take to break someone else’s spirit. How many is enough to ruin another’s self esteem? 

I’m careful to leave my twitter fingers on my own page. I try to only leave encouraging words on others social media. It’s important to me to be a ray of sunshine instead of the straw that breaks someone else’s back. 

Even when I’m upset I focus on a resolution instead of trying to express my frustration. In person, on social media and in life. 

My ego tries to flip out like anyone else’s. I yell at the Tv. I’ll express my beliefs in the comfort of my home. My brain may have something real special to say, but I’m an adult. I’m a human who chooses to be humane when I’m dealing with the real lives of real people. It doesn’t have to be me who brings down a strangers feelings. I’ll leave that to the bully’s. 

Today I’m thankful for another day. I’m more aware of how precious my days are. My health makes me attentive. Maybe that’s a blessing in disguise. 
C. L Cunningham 

Sending you all a sprinkle of sunshine even when the sky is cloudy 🌞

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  1. “It’s good to be honest with my thoughts and feelings. I see that so many people are having a tough time feeling validated inside” : True words, I have hardly met anyone who wouldn’t use some more validation. Nice post.

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