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My Old intro-for my reference =)

Saturday, June 21, 2008

This is just a reminder to me of where I am coming from and going to. This was my second shot at my Intro post. It is 100 times better then the first one I had. Boy if I would have remembered to save that...WOW! I was way gone, so down so sad just a mess. Poor little girl inside~so glad I am learning to love her more each day.



Intro: I Promise Myself


To love myself every step of every day. Right now I am living in the meantime and have realized that it's okay. I'm okay and that everything is going to be okay. I am thankful for me and am loving seeing myself emerge a bit more each day. =o)

Some days this promise is hard to keep....it's amazing how a broken heart can hurt so deeply and just when you think you're doing good BOOM there he is, ALL over the place in ever part of your mind, life and heart.

So really~I'm 38 years old and a bit of a mess. Picking up the pieces as I go along and promising myself that I WILL be okay, that part I do believe. =o)
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  • no profile photo JEANELLEN59
    Hang in there (well not literally of course).

    Your words "poor little girl inside" - how I can relate to that, if fact when I read those words my heart swelled with compassion. It is a dreadful place to be - filled with unhappiness. But you have the KEY - love her more each day. It is not always easy to do - I sometimes picture myself putting my own arm around that little girl inside me and just saying its okay - its okay - its okay. I am here. And even though the person hugging and the one hugged are one in the same it seems to make all the difference in the world.

    Take care - and, yes, love yourself all the time.
    4363 days ago

    Comment edited on: 6/21/2008 1:54:56 PM
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