Happy Monday!!! First,I want to give a shot out to Lulu, good luck with the surgery today! Now on to business, I came across this Alice in Wonderland quote and began to ponder it.

“Alice: Would you tell me, please, which way I ought to go from here?
The Cheshire Cat: That depends a good deal on where you want to get to.
Alice: I don’t much care where.
The Cheshire Cat: Then it doesn’t much matter which way you go.“ “


As I began thinking about this quote and how much it reflected my life, I realized I needed a goal. I have always been a dreamer, and people think the world I create in my imagination is unrealistic, but to me, it will exist!! The Cheshire cat led me to this place, where I found a path, or better yet a stepping stone. I began deleting numbers in my phone book of people I have held onto from my past. They no longer have a place in my future, so for what purpose do they need to be stored in my phone? My end goal is to free myself of the past, not only the people, but the feelings we tend to hold on to. I have held onto quite a lot, thinking time would coat the wounds, but time won’t heal them. You need to free yourself from the hurt, so you can open it up for better things. I encourage you to think about what the Cheshire cat said, and set a goal for yourself, so you can lead yourself on a path of victory! A path which not only ends with victory, but it is another step in finding a better you!

Knock Out.

Ever feel like you’ve beaten up so badly, and you are knocked out emotionally? Ever feel like everything is unraveling right before your eyes and there is nothing you can do to stop it? So what do you do? Crying is natural, sadness is expected, and pain is inevitable. But our responsibilities still exist, and there is no way to just hit pause on this remote of life. As much as we just want to throw in the towel, and give up, something ignites inside of us, like a can of Redbull. We spark, we ignite, and we push on. No one asks for these days, weeks or months, they are just apart of this life of uncertainty. Alice, from Alice in Wonderland asked the White Rabbit, “How long is forever?” and the White Rabbit responded, “Sometimes, just one second.” So my question to you is what are you going to do with your forever? According to the White Rabbit, it may only be this second you have. Image