Guess who’s guesting over at Sue’s blog today?
Today it’s me as a guest over at Sue’s Sizzling Towards 60 and Beyond, as part of her Ageing Well, Living Well series. Thanks for having me Sue!
I always enjoy being a guest and this was no different, except I wrote this post a few weeks ago before the COVID-19 pandemic was rampant across the world, and the fact that my words are so timely today is really quite serendipitous.
What did I write about?
In my post I shared my thoughts on a range of issues but mainly the need for balance in our lives and finding joy.
I talked about love and the tributes to a friend’s mother at her recent funeral; sadness at how people are mean in sharing their thoughts in comments on social media and about how ‘haters gonna hate’.
I also shared my concerns about becoming a grumpy old lady but have managed to find, and embrace, a new acronym of JOY – Just Older Youth!
Here’s a short snippet:
I know I’ve been upset lately at injustices, discussions on the changing climate, local government issues but I don’t want to become a grumpy old lady, so I have to balance this out with some fun stuff.
That’s where my quirkiness comes in. My love of jumping in puddles, jumping for joy, telling funny stories but laughing before I get to the punch line, blogging for fun and sharing inspirational quotes, wearing lots of orange, being excitable and enthusiastic!Source: Deb’s World – Guest blogger
There’s a lot more too, so please click on the link to Sue’s blog and leave us a comment with your thoughts.
Please take care during the days ahead. Be kind and try to stay balanced, I know only too well that it is hard going but…
PS. Feel free to leave me a comment over at Sue’s post, as I’ve turned off comments here.
My most recent posts in case you missed them:
- Why I turned off screen time notifications #lifethisweek
- The return of the Family Photo Challenge #WordlessWednesday
- Brightening your day with flowers #PastSquares
- If my family were a fruit, we’d be an orange – #SundayStills
- Seeing Blue #PastSquares
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