This has been my motto for as long as I can remember.  It’s the way I was brought up and it’s a way of life for me.  You can thank my mother for that.   Although,  not everyone decides to live there life this way (which is a major dissapointment).   As you can see,  I haven’t blogged in a month.  I have written many blog posts but I’ve deleted them.  I really don’t know why I deleted them.  I’m not afraid to speak my mind (big change) anymore.   I have realized a lot this last month.   I can’t help people if they don’t want to be helped.  I can’t change people if they don’t want to change and I’m the best friend anyone could ever want,  but most take advantage of that.  (Not my long time/bestest peeps, that I see every couple of years.  That’s a different kind of friendship)  They know who they are.   So, at this point in my life…I’m tired.  Tired of making an effort and dealing with these types of mundane situations.  So, I guess I should just let things go, as the hubs would say.  Move on.  Easier said than done, my love.

So,  my point is this.  “Treat others the way you wish to be treated”.   Do I really need to explain this?  Respect and be kind to people, even if it hurts and they don’t return the favor.   ”Kill them with kindness”.  Didn’t anybody watch “Little House on the Prairie” growing up?  In all seriousness, walk the walk.

I promise the next blog post will be fun, fabulous and all about fashion!

My new favorite shoe.  These thong sandles are the MOST comfortable shoe ever.   They are by White Mountain.  Wish I could wear them all year round.   Damn you winter!  I have these in Silver and I might go back for the Black patent!  Oh, and they were on SALE!!! Holler.

****Update:  Just went to check if the Black Patent sandals were in and they were on Sale for $14.99 BUT I found these gladiator ones!!! I got them in Black.   I’m done for Summer!!   Don’t tell Kenny : )

              

One thought on ““Treat others the way you wish to be treated”

  1. Maddy

    So sorry you’re going through a rough patch. I’ve had some of those moments and believe me…they are no fun! I learned that the quickest way to be resentful and burnt out is to do things for people that you know they can do for themselves. When you’re use to being the “Mama Bear”, it’s hard to break out of that habit, but you’ll be a much happier person for it :) Good luck! I was perusing through your blog and you have so many beautiful photos! I would love to get to know you better! Hope you start blogging and posting pictures soon :)

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