You were a month that started with a case of the chickenpox, which left me feeling about five years old. You left me with some strange health issues lingering along with that. So, hopefully the doctors will know soon what's up with having symptons literally all over the place.
Oh February, you're not all bad, you did give me a much needed month off from my job. My grades have noticed a boost with all this extra time. You reminded me to focus more on love, especially on myself. I'm sick of constantly criticizing myself for not doing one more rep or feeling guilty for skipping the gym when I'm exhausted. We all need a break once in awhile and I'll admit, I am the first one not to see when I need one. For March, I am making a goal to give myself a break!
Even though you were a month short of time, you made me realize to make more quality time for important people in my life. The boyfriend has suffered the worst out of this. Here's to making more weekly date nights a regular thing instead of a special occasion. In March, I'm vowing not to use my iPhone when we are together. Oh yes, this will be hard because let's face it, I'm addicted. But, I am missing out on my life happening right in front of me. This picture of the boyfriend is from a trip to Atlantic City from January, where we celebrated 7 years of being together. (He was modeling for me)
March will be filled with new opportunities, but more importantly change. Ah the scary world of change, let me remember to embrace it. Often, change is purposely ignored, and then it sneaks into your life all at once. Change is scary, but March will focus on welcoming it.
March, I hope you bring me lots of love, happiness, sunshine, and my health back.