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This week I've had some clarity regarding certain people in my life. I have always been really good about moving on because when I'm done, I'm done. But this particular situation has had me so irritated I keep re-living it in my mind. So today when I woke up I decided not to have an agenda and just take some time out of the house, clear my mind, and enjoy a day with no schedule.

I ended up spending most of the afternoon at the park with four of my grandchildren. I snapped pictures, spoke to a couple of moms, and entertained a 20 month old that decided she was going to be my best friend.                                                                                                                                                

As I watched Makenna and Andrew run and giggle - Allie and Maddie sit and talk and laugh with their heads buried in their phones; I thought this is what life is suppose to be about - never thinking about tomorrow, just enjoying the moment.

Hope your Wednesday was as Awesome as mine.

"Every day should be passed as if it were to be our last." Publilius Syrus


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