Happy weekend friends!! Have you met my girl Cortne from Coco In Magnolia??
She is new to the blogging community, so go welcome her into the little blog world we live in! She has a great blog, she will defenitly make you laugh. She blogs about life, style, travel, DIY, organization, AND even food. What doesn't she do right? My kinda blog you will never get bored haha.
I have been emailing Cortne back and forth a lot lately and she is an amazing women.
This is something she wrote to me " I don't believe in accidents or luck, I believe in the Universe and that everything happens for a reason" I was like WOW! Thank you for saying that, we should all believe in that and the world would be a better place am I wrong? Well, here she is folks and as Cortne always says; "lay back relax, and kick your boots off".
Sophia Grace is in the house!
This precious girl said it all!
What are you thinking?
What is your nature?
What do you love?
And do those around you accept you for who you are?
This is another outspoken, fun, little Pink lady that says it as she sees it.
No holds barred.
This is me.
Accept me for who I am...
My little Peanut had an orthodontist appointment yesterday.
And I came across this magazine, Redbook.
Well, seeing Pink on the cover made me take a back step, a pirouette, then a little curtsy!
I love a little Pink, just like Sophia Grace likes the color.
Question about her daughter, Willow.
Behviors that are different than our own.
It could be your best friend, mother, daughter, son, brother, father, husband, the list goes on.
Do we take their personality and let it reflect upon ourselves?
Or do we just let the person,
If we take their behavior personal,
doesn't it become less about who they are and more about who we are?
It becomes about our own insecurites and assumptions.
What case are we making for ourselves that make us feel our way is right and their way is wrong.
Accept the truth of who they are.
Free yourself of how you think they should behave.
Curb your judgements about them or their situations.
Allow those you love the space to express themselves the way that is natural to them, without judgement.
The less we take personally, the more we can embrace and enjoy the ones we love.
In that process we gain:
I really took in what Pink said, "I'm not going to take any of her fierceness personally."
This article spoke volumes to me today.
I am quilty of taking a person I love behaviors too personal as well.