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Yesterday I received a text message from a friend saying that she was having a bad day and she just wanted to sit in a dark closet and cry.

After a few texts back and forth I finally said, "Snap out of it! I'm sure Tom's dad and your uncle (deceased) would love to have a bad day."  I told her there's always someone going through something much worse - you need to be thankful for what you're blessed with each day. You can't let the devil have authority over your life.

After the texting ceased I starting feeling like I was too harsh, but it's what I believe and how I live my life. We all have bad days, but it's what you do with those days that matter.

She called on her way home from work and sounded great. I said, "It sounds like you're feeling much better."

She said she was feeling a lot better and decided to just let it all go and not think about what was bothering her. I told it's National Angel Day and I was just being an Angel.

Happy Thursday - make it awesome!

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