Why Are You So Blue?

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Come on, it can’t be all that bad! Get up and shake yourself up, get happy, smile, laugh like you are crazy..don’t you see it’s Christmas? Stop worrying, stop stressing, stop thinking about things you have no control over…just let go and live! Hey you, just remember that this is the only life you know…the only one you have!

So You Are Feeling Blue?

Did you read my post about How Do You Wear Your World? If not, you need to read it now! Ever since I wrote that post I stop stressing myself, especially over silly things, and start wearing my world like a loose garment. I want to be free! I can’t be bothered to be all choked up inside to the extent that I can’t breathe. Me….I don’t want to die at all…no way, not at all.

It feels so good to smile with the rising sun knowing that God has blessed me with a brand new day. A day I can choose to do what ever I want. So today I choose to infect anyone that passes my way with my smile.

So why are you so blue today? It’s not nice to insult your creator by complaining and feeling all sad and blue when he has given you everything you need to create your own joy and happiness.

Come on….get a hold of yourself and get up out of your little corner because that little stressful corner cannot do anything positive for you. Go out and let the wind brush your cheek, go out and smell the rain, look up in the sky and let the serenity captivate your soul.

Just get up and do something…anything that will make you smile!

#oneloVe…Dehan

Vigor, love, and doses of laughter!

Lola said “it is a good life after all; so much to be grateful for…” I agree with her 100%, do you? Please visit her blog to read more.

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Upon retirement, we initially thought that our life has become a challenge. However, everything changed when we discovered digital technology, e.g. eBook writing, social media engagement to promote our eBooks, learn coding programs to create websites, application of multimedia widgets to enhance the looks of our eBooks, etc.).

It is a good life after all; so much to be grateful for.

Ours is a mix of writing & technology, a good combination. It is doing something together without so much fuss. I read & read, write & write; my husband takes care of the technology side. With digital technology, my husband is the relentless learner. He has developed a passion and goes deep into it in great abandon. Thank God he is a quick learner, with a career on the technical side before retirement. He gobbles up every free tutorial lesson offered by legitimate websites on web design and…

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