#2170

Honest and powerful; we’re not always what we seem.

Coffee With Noor

Do not approach me
with a hello waiting upon your lips.
You cannot comprehend the hurricane
that stands before you.

My destructive tendencies
will uproot your vulnerability
from the ground
and force your softness
back into its cage.

Get out while you can,
before I unknowingly
break your trusting heart.

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Hi-Speed Hayride (huh)?

I just hope I can really dictate the hilarity of what my husband said to me last night as we were about to drift off to sleep…  Sleep apenea is a disorder in which some folks actually stop breathing in their sleep. My husband has this manageable issue, and with the help of a C-pap machine, he sleeps comfortably. The C-pap is worn like a mask over the nose and mouth (think Darth Vader) and blows a constant blast of air directly into his face as he sleeps. I’ve tried on the mask and it feels like you have your head hanging out a car window at 65mph. I couldn’t stand it!  As he was suiting up for a good nights rest,  I asked my dozing husband how he could stand that thing blowing in his face. He responded; I think back on fond memories in my life…. like when I  would take my motorcycle out for a ride; the blast of wind in my face so strong, it would make my eyes water. Or like… when I would drive my speedboat standing up. The air rushing over the windshield would make my cheeks flap, or…  like… going on… a hayride.

 

Small Proud Moments

Maybe it is silly, but I get so excited when I learn something new; or grasp a concept.  I am sitting here right now, proud as a peach, because I changed the theme of this blog without any major screw-ups!

I figured out how to set the featured image and how to fetch photos from the web to use. You see, I’m not very tech savvy; so, a feat such as saving photos and retrieving them, is huge!

And they say adhd is a disorder. Ha!, I’m a genius!

Real Anger Management

Inspiration With Explanation

It’s impossible to get angry without first being selfish, dishonest & afraid.

If I can remember this at the point of impact & turn my attention to “MY” mistakes rather than what the other person said or did to me… I can avoid anger & resentment altogether.

If I feel myself getting angry, I should immediately ask myself what I’m afraid of.

That will calm me down & keep me from getting angry at the other person.

The next thing I should ask myself is “what is the other person afraid of?”… because nobody behaves badly for no reason.

The goal for today: Understanding & Love!

Have a great day everybody!

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