Weeping may endure for a night, but joy comes in the morning.
December 16, 2008
By Joy A. Kennelly
Isn't this verse encouraging? Psalm 30:5b "Weeping may endure for a night, but joy comes in the morning."
So true, so true. Nothing like a good cry to clear out the toxins and the blues. I have some very loving friends who really comforted me and I'm very grateful to them. One invited me to have a glass of red wine with her and spill my guts which surprisingly was very helpful.
Who knew if it was the chance to chat, or simply the wine, but I felt so much better afterward I'm tempted to include red wine every time I get the blues!:) What a sweetie Greycie is to so many!
She runs Luna G and offers the most wonderful designer clothing for men and women right here in Hermosa Beach. I promised to give her a proper write up soon, but wanted to give her a shout out now in the meantime.
Then, my Thai neighbor Lotus gave me a professional mani/pedi in the comfort of her home rather than her salon while we watched the stupid film, Van Wilder. I forgot how crass it was, but it felt good to laugh at the stupidity. I love bulldogs! LOL
Lotus is available to come to your home too if you're local! Shoot me an email and I'll hook you up (if you're good.lol) I feel so pretty now - nothing beats a great mani/pedi to feel pampered I always say.
Today, another good friend, Angelique, came over to help me organize my piles of paperwork that have been overwhelming me forever. What a sense of accomplishment and peace to be so organized once again.
Thank you Angelique aka my angel. She's an excellent Executive Assistant who was recently downsized and is available for personal assistant work if you need some help. Let me know and I'll shoot over her resume.
Like my friend Georgine says, she's using this time to get ready and it's all about your attitude. I totally agree. Keep a Positive Mental Attitude like my former PE teacher from 8th grade always used to say. I also always get a great boost from attending my Business Networking International Beach Cities Professional group - motivated, positive, encouraging, supportive people.
Thanks BCP colleagues and friends! I needed you all in my life!
In any case, hope you had a great day today too.
That's such an awesome scripture!
Posted by: SolShine7 | December 17, 2008 at 07:10 AM