The rosey shades have officially turned blue, not a light baby blue, but a dark navy blue. The kind of blue that you would see when looking up at the brilliant night sky. It's hard to keep the shades light when feeling this down. I'm not depressed, I think, but I'm feeling blue all the same. For those of you feeling down and in the dumps just remember that someone always has it worse. I find it hard to feel sorry for myself while I know there are people out there with miserable lives. Something I am trying to do is quickly list 10 things that I am thankful for when I start to feel sorry for myself. This instantly makes me feel better.
If anyone does read this blog, post 10 things that you are thankful for and see how it feels.
Sunday, December 23, 2012
Many people look through rose shaded glasses. They view the world as a beautiful, just word. I find those people admirable, however the world is not sunny and full of dancing lilies. The world is full of mud, saturated in blood, sweat, and tears. This blog is dedicated to those realists who look through clear glasses. It is also an advice blog for those whose rose shades are cracking and need help transitioning between shades.