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You attract what you are, not what you want. If you want great, then be great. Remember that life’s greatest lessons are usually learned from worst times and from the worst mistakes.

Me waiting anxiously for signed book I ordered for hubby’s birthday last month.

"Life is like a camera. Focus on what's important. Capture the good times. Develop from the negatives. And if things don't work out, take another shot." Unknown author

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Cheers for sharing this, Tom You're truly helping others choose , & no-matter the journey. I've got a cancer screening Friday morning for a lump they found. Braving it with smiles :)

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Do not be ashamed to like men. Men are not evil. Men are not bad. Men are not horrible people based on the fact they are men. Cis men are not evil. And you should not be ashamed for attraction already covered in your sexuality.

You are valid, you are loved, and you are wanted. Though there are people who may act like you are below them for liking men, you are not. You are amazing.


No matter what you weigh, how you look, what your biological sex is, how fit you are, what your skin colour is, whether you are disabled or not, etc.: You. Are. Precious. Your body doesn’t define you!

#ThinkPositive2020: Jan 22
  • Slept until my alarm went off
  • Had a good second day at the new job - granted it was all orientation so there wasn’t a whole lot of work to be done
  • Had an amazingly good cup of hot chocolate from the QT across the street
  • Found out my abusive ex boss is no longer with the company - that was a long time coming. I’m also very happy my friends and former co-workers will no longer be terrorized by him either
  • Had a chat with Susie
  • Watched some hockey
  • Mom made some kind of chicken and tomato soup for dinner and damn it was good
  • Niall’s insta posts
  • Louis’s tweets and insta posts
  • Luke’s tweets and insta posts
  • Calum’s tweets and insta posts
  • Ashton’s tweets and insta posts
  • Michael’s tweets and insta posts

Remember that it’s alright to explode. Sometimes it’s best to just yell ‘fuck!’, scribble a marker to ruin on a piece of paper or to cry into a pillow. Venting is healthy, release is good and letting it all spill out is natural. Let yourself cry, curse and find relief.