|'Disappointment' as portrayed by Rosemarie Paisley.|
|'Reflection' featuring Roxie Mae.|
1. Working on a new challenge gave me the chance to clearly lay out some goals that had otherwise been a little vague. I got to see the light at the end of the tunnel, friends!
2. I had the chance to have a frank discussion with The Hubbs about what we are and are not willing to commit to, both in terms of working relationships and fiscal responsibility.
3. I have so much more to share with you and now I have a plan on how to do that!
4. Baby's got some small business skillz (yes, with a 'z'), yo. Whew! What a load off!
Disappointment is such a dirty word, isn't it? We're not encouraged to inflict it on other people and we spend an immeasurable amount of time avoiding it ourselves. And when it does happen to us, we're supposed to "suck it up", "get over it" and realize, "hey, it could be worse". Don't get me wrong, I'm not saying one should wallow in their misfortune to the extent that it clouds one's judgement. I just think it's super important to allow yourself time to mourn your lost opportunity. Then, once your feelings are clearer, you can pull out all the things you've learned and move forward stronger and better equipped to handle the next challenge.
|'Hopeful Optimism' by Rosemarie Paisley.|