This post is gonna be short and sweet as Mandy and I are waiting at the airport to catch our flight over to the island for BC BIKE RACE!!! Last night, Karen – who I’ve known since preschool – married her mister prince charming. What a beautiful wedding. I’m so happy for you guys!
So last night, there was a short moment where I was tired of being that 30-something single girl who seems to go to every wedding a la solo. Steph’s boyfriend, Jonathon, being the sweetest gentleman that he is, must have noticed this sad girl sulking in the corner since he asked, “Jenn. Need a drink?” Yep! “What kind?” Something strong. Done. A few minutes later, I thought to myself – I’m not going to be that person. I’m gonna switch this around. Instead of feeling sorry for myself, at such a beautiful place, I’m going to celebrate. I’m going to create something. I told myself: This is going to be the last wedding I go to single. Done. So instead of sulking, the rubber arm let loose and I started to celebrate. As simple as that. Just by switching around a few little thoughts in my head.
That’s all it takes. Just a few moments to switch it around. From sulking to celebrating. From sadness to contagious happiness. Just with a single thought. And today, from stilettos to stethoscopes. BC Bike race – here we come!
Smile with your heart!