Sunday, October 28, 2012

BlogFEST 2012:The Best Day In My Life

This is actually a really tough prompt for me to answer...because I don't have just one. There are so many "best days" for me:
  • the day I graduated college. What an honor to be the only one in my family to do so.
  • the day I moved out of the house. My first taste of true independence.
  • the day I got married. Finally knew I was going to be with the one I love for the rest of my life.
Getting married meant that my life would never be the same again. In fact, it's been one big adventure after another since then; several new jobs, and lots of really cool vacations. However, there are been several days that were definitely not the "best day" of my life. I won't go into any more details because I don't want to beat a dead horse and frankly, I'm over it.

While I may have missed out many of your best days though, such as the day your child was born, got married or had grand children; I think my best days are yet to come. Plans are percolating in the back of my head. Things are going better than ever before and I finally feel like I am back on track after several years of feeling lost.

Truthfully best every day that I wake up happy and ready to face whatever may come my way!

Wishing you moments where every day is your best day!

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  1. Susan, you and I DO think a LOT alike :D

    Our Best days are yet to come!! Cheers!!


  2. I just can't tell you how much I love reading your posts about how centered you feel now. I love this new,happy and confident Susan.

    Great job.

  3. You are so right! The best is yet to come! Who knows what life has to offer us?


  4. Susan, I think all of us agree that the best is yet to come. That makes me smile.