Long time married, we add a new twist. We are following a new Ttwd lifestyle and are amazed how our marriage is better after all these years.
Hi Meredith. the last one. Dealing with my mum's mental and physical health has got to me so much lately. for the last forty odd years I have gone by that saying but I am struggling now :( Perhaps reading this will inspire me again.love Jan.xx
Hi Meredith,They all speak to me especially the second one. At this time of year when I turn into a total xmas grinch I just need to relax...and be Happy.
Hi the first one, it's to easy to waste the future looking at the past. Just take the good forward and if the past has taught any lessons learn from them but don't dwell on them. Anna xx
Hi Meredith, I like all of them, but the third one is my favourite. We are probably all guilty of self-doubt and worse, at least I am, but the message here is so positive and wonderfully motivating, just right to cheer up and try living a little more. :) hugsNina
The third one. I am such a worrier. It took me forever to just to talk to my husband of 25 years about personal stuff (guess what that was...lol). These are all wonderful though!
Mere,,,just give me happy : - )L.
Hey Mere...love them all but the last one really speaks to me. Thanks for sharing.Hugs and blessings...Cat
Love them all Meredith, wonderful messages. The third one speaks to me. Thank you for sharing :) Hugs Roz
Thanks for sharing Meredith, love them all. The first one speaks to me though, as keep saying you need to look ahead and not back on life.Hugs Lindy
So much wisdom! The rear view window vs. the windshield really spoke to me. I find myself really regretting our pre-dd life, but you've reminded me (behind the blog) to keep looking ahead. The past is done!Love,SSB
This comment has been removed by the author.
Thank you for sharing these. The last one reminded me of this beautiful advice - Letting Go Doesn't Mean...