Summer is moving at such a rapid pace that it feels like all I have to show for it are bad tan lines and a high air conditioner bill. I hope you have found plenty of ways to find enjoyment the past couple months and are looking forward to the change in season coming in another month. Onward to the festivities!
I love her.
Keep kicking ass, Ashley! I also want the suit she’s wearing in the picture. It’s sexy and would be worth the wicked tan lines.
It’s all too common these days for each of us to be so enwrapped in each others lives. We always know where most of our friends and family members are at any given moment thanks to the non-stop news feeds across all social media platforms. We know when our cousin arrived at the local coffee shop and which friend is going through their 5th breakup within a month. This behavior almost snuffs out the old thought of, “beware those who want to know your every move.” That used to be a clear sign that your partner – whether you just met or you have been together a few years was controlling and borderline abusive and it was time for you to cut them out of your lives. But what are some other signs that you are potentially in an abusive relationship and it is time to sever ties and move on?
No words over how gorgeous Ashley is! She deserves the cover (and then some)!
Let this be a lesson that anything you want in this world is possible with the right determination and hard work.
P.S. I really want that bikini. I can’t wait for summer. 😀
Ah, text messages. The fast paced impersonal and electronic conversation that is turning into a relationship litmus test well before the two individuals ever meet in person and exchange actual human emotions. What does all this mindless chatter being typed endlessly into our devices amount to? Or is it a lot of used(or wasted) data and strain on the muscles in your hands and in your heart? Let’s break a few things down:
This was very empowering to me this morning I had to share it with you. 👇🏼
We often think that losing love is the real tragedy, the real heartbreak, and loss but it’s not. The one who did not value you, did not appreciate all of the love, loyalty, and devotion that you can offer them in such a selfish, greedy, and narcissistic world has lost something they will find hard, if not impossible to replace. No matter how hard they try. Take heart and comfort in the fact that you know how to love and how to care for someone else because that is a truly important gift to treasure that some spend a lifetime never getting right. ❤️
Never lose sight of that!
Have a beautiful Thursday filled with wonder and insight! 💡