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Keeping It Positive

My life seems perfect, and it is... mostly.
Most of you reading this are very VERY happy for John and I and know how deserving we are of each other and our life.
There are always crabs in the bucket, no matter how you try to live a simple peaceful life, there are those who want to drag you down.
Is it too much to ask to be left alone?
Yes.  The answer is YES.
I say something about "X", people turn it around to say I was saying it about "Y". "X" made me mad, very mad, I vented, in a place where "X" cannot see. (And "X" if you read this, I'm still mad at you! lol but have a great vacation anyway and let's start where we left off... except no yelling!)  I wish "Y" was not so offended by it, as it had nothing to do with them.
Social media, while I am thankful for it, and I will not give it up because I stay in touch with all my dear friends and family, is a pain in the ass sometimes!

I have been blogging for over a year now and have gotten support from many of our friends a long the way.
Recently it seems that daily many new people saying how much they love my blog and that it is so inspirational.
And thank you.
To all of you.
When I started my blog I wanted it to be a very positive place.
I try to keep my entire life that way and always having the blog in mind may actually help keep my life positive since I am always keeping it in mind to keep the readers happy and since I enjoy it so much.

For all of you that have seen the journey on the blog or have known us and our journey, I am sure you know we have come a long way.
And we are finally right where we have wanted to be.

I hope you have also noticed that in the tough times we have always sought the joy.
Getting here was definitely a journey.
Life is a journey.

I remember once when my Grandmother came to visit Mummy and they drove to St. Simons Island, slept and drove back to Atlanta. This is about a 5 or 6 hour drive.
I asked mummy why would she even bother, that it didn't make sense to go and not even have that much time there.
Her response what I live true to till this day.
She, with her vibrant personality replied, "Because it is the journey, not the destination!"

I thought about this.
And she is right.
We will all always have goals, dreams, obstacles on this journey, but what is the point if you cannot enjoy it all on the way?
I have realized that life is always a journey.
We are at that place where we have wanted to be.
Now that we are here we talk about what we want our next destination to be.
On the way there we will enjoy every moment of the journey.

To find happiness you have to have happiness.


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