Sometimes we have to physically do something to instigate change.
After a long week of battling a cold, not getting much sleep, I ventured to enjoy my Friday. I put on my favorite pair of Red flats that scream fall to me, some comfy pants and a favorite new tunic, hair in a top knot and I was gonna have a great day.
Then a phone call on the way to work that wasn’t so fun. 30 minutes of my morning taking all that intention and positivity and seeing it swirl down the drain.
Walk to work thinking I’ll wrangle some coworkers to head to Starbucks. I’m gonna need the caffeine and the walk will probably help.
No one could go.
Then I remembered that I had the power to change my attitude about this day. No one can make it better or worse but me. It’s all about my attitude and perspective. Nothing anyone else does or says can control this. It’s all about my perception of the situation.
I got my headphones and started on my way to Starbucks by myself. This song I heard earlier this week kept ringing in my ears so I pulled it up.
There’s beauty in my brokenness, I’ve got true love instead of pain, There’s freedom though You’ve captured me. I’ve got joy instead of mourning.
You give me joy, down deep in my soul.
Never been so free caught in your love for me. Never been more secure knowing your heart Lord.
What do you need to do physically to change your perspective? For me it was a walk, this song and a lovely Americano. Happy Friday friends.
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