Tuesday Blues

Today I woke up anxious. My heart has been pounding loudly all morning and I feel like I want to cry. I’ve already prayed and I’m trying to just stay focused on the ‘Now’. I dont know if I’m feeling this way due to an uncertainty I have about a friendship or bc of my next semester in school, which is going to be longer and more intense, or both. I hate feeling this way. I hate worrying about the outcome of certain situations that I really can’t control. I hope that going outside to run errands, even though it’s rainy and gloomy, will help me feel better and distract my mind…

Jen, xo

“She picked up the pieces of her life and created something beautiful. From that day forth she shone like the sun and changed the definition of broken”. -Randall M. Core

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