Healing words for May 17th 2017

Life is strange sometimes! It can be cruel, rewarding, fun and down right disappointing. Take every day for what it provides and learn and grow from it. Don’t live in the past, live for the present and hopefully it will bring a brighter future. Have a positive productive day and know that you do matter and that you are loved.
Anthony Merrill

Author: Carol anne

I am 40 years young. I'm blind and I have dissociative identity disorder, I also have complex PTSD. I blog about my life with these disorders. I live in Ireland.

4 thoughts on “Healing words for May 17th 2017”

  1. My thumb accidentally pushed the following button which temporarily unfollowed you but i immediately followed you back incase you saw that, was an accident. I was scrolling through and reading blogs you had written that I had missed and my thumb hit a button. Oops! I wonder how many I have done that with and never noticed!!!!
    Hoping your day is good!

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      1. Good!!! I’m so glad your day is going good! I am still in bed at noon. It is high time I get up and start my day! My daughter wants to go for a drive and that is always a good things when she is motivated to get out.

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