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Year 2 Day 33 - Facebook Memories

Tuesday, February 02, 2016

So I normally love seeing those Facebook Memories pop up from years ago. Today the memory that popped up made me both sad and happy. This time instead of a cute pic of the kids or my nieces or nephews it showed a pic of me with friends at a basketball game. Now this was a time in my life where I avoided pictures like the plague. Three years ago. Hmm I remember that girl. I wasn't happy. I was never comfortable and I can clearly see why. So that's the sad part but now to the happy part. I look in the mirror and look at recent pics and that isn't me. I'm changing maybe never as fast as one hopes but I'm doing it and that is what matters. I need to quit putting myself down and instead celebrate each and every bit of progress I've made. No I didn't share that memory on Facebook today, but I will share it here. That version of me wasn't living life this version can't wait for new adventures to begin.
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  • BLUEFAIRY74
    WOOHOO - way to change your whole life around. Going forward with that attitude you are going to achieve everything you desire while setting an awesome example for your children, and their children one day too.
    Though you may not like the photo you should always keep a record of your journey for you to remember but also it may help someone else x

    Congratulations on how far you have come from that day


    1404 days ago
  • SHODGE231
    That a girl keep it up
    1404 days ago
  • TWEDEE777
    I always say, you can't change the past, but you can make the future what you want it to be!!! Good luck!!
    1404 days ago
  • ASYOUWISH91
    Awesome attitude! Yes, this is the safe place to share those pictures that you'd maybe like to burn. :-) Keep up your positive changes!!!
    1404 days ago
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