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What would you want your family's last memory to be of you?

Monday, November 23, 2015

It was a difficult few days last week, and I apologize to all my friends that I never got back with. Even with God's help, I still had to push through. Perhaps that was His way of challenging me so He can teach me that I have the power to get through it.

Either way, I did make it through, and I actually learned something along the way. That is, don't take happiness for granted. Although I had a difficult time, I could tell that the more glum I was, the more I was pulling down the people around me. If I were to die tomorrow, that isn't the last memory I would want my friends and family to have of me. Depressed, and pushing them out of my life. Depression may not be a choice, but I fully think that with the help of God, friends, and family, I fully have the option to be happy.
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    I think I'd like my family remembering my trying to keep part of their lives, even though without a car, it's hard. The me that never gives up on college, even when I have a LOT going on in my life, and being a good mother that's not afraid to reach out for help when it becomes too much. I want them to remember me as an optimist.

    What about you?
    1792 days ago
    Sorry I missed this blog. I know you hate having bad days, but you are such a different girl than when I read that first blog of yours. Hold your head up you are an awesome person.
    1795 days ago
    1802 days ago
    emoticon this is a question we should not only ask ourselves daily, but also to remember that tomorrow is not promised. I believe that even in our weakest moments we are strong, because we have yet to give up.
    1802 days ago
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    God is there always, and especially when we need Him most. emoticon
    1802 days ago
    You rock !!!!! Isn't God awesome !!!!!
    1802 days ago
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