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I'm tired of life giving me lemons!

Let me begin by saying that I am very thankful for my life and feel extremely blessed with each new day, but today my truth is, I'm tired and don't want the lemons!

There are family members and people that I'm close to heading towards a downhill spiral. I see it happening and there's not a whole lot that I can do about it. But that doesn't stop me from thinking about it and praying like a crazy woman. Because their life is heading in the wrong direction I feel like I'm the one being hit by lemons because it will disturb my personal world which will produce extreme amounts of lemons for me.(I know it's not all about me) Before I continue let me apologize for all of the lemon lingo. I typically don't measure my life by lemons, but I woke up thinking of the old saying, "When life gives you lemons make lemonade," so I'm running with it.

I know that everything we experience in life is a learning tool, but how many more life lessons do I need? I feel that I've been a very good student and have learned my lessons from all of my experiences in my 55 years in this world. Is it really necessary for me to learn from other peoples experiences?

What I do know is this... my belief is that there are no coincidences in life, just God moments. So I guess there's more lessons that He wants me to learn, and who am I to argue with God?

 Bring on the lemons!

Peace & Love!




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