What you need to do!

Once there was a little girl,
she was as happy as she could be,
having no worries or none to make her sorry.
Then she grew and became teenage,
Only she saw herself too homely,
With pimples and small booty,
Which made her very gloomy.

Many boys she met,
Who told her she was lovely,
She never bought their story,
And only saw her self as ugly.

Her twenties quickly came,
And soon she had to marry,
She never truly loved her hubby,
Only because she never was truly happy,
She always enjoyed to self pity
And only saw herself a victim.
Even though she had alot of money,
And could afford a life of honey.

Age sixty rolled in quite so early,
She found herself all so lonely,
For her husband left from too much misery,
And her kids all too distant,
For their bitter mother they cant stand.

Then, like a lightening bolt had hit her,
She thought there’s “nothing more to loose
I better try be merry for my life is swifly winding down”
This thought she put to action,
she began to see life clearly,
She never was really ugly,
People love her really love her dearly
Years of self pity led to
Pain, heartache and waste!
Her merry heart shone out like the sun,
Her family loved her more,
And her aging body even more comely.

She now wishes she thought all so early
To be as happy as she could be…
For now she is Eighty
And cant ever again be twenty!

Its easy to get sucked up in sadness, self pity but always choose regardless of whatever you are faced with to be HAPPY!
Life is short even if you live to be 150 years!

Philipian 4 vs 4: Rejoice in the Lord Always, again i say REJOICE.

Author:

Hey there!! I'm a wife, a mom of 4 beautiful kids! ...I'm a christian and i'm a Nurse by profession...but i loove to have fun! I enjoy trying new recipies, i love fashion, photography, writing, art and craft, and so much more! Come with me on this journey and lets have fun together!!😍😍😍

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