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I’m not sad, I’m neutral. Learning to be in a neutral state is hard. The negatives, like having a sick pup and eating dinner on your own, can easily feel overwhelming. But learning to appreciate your life in the neutral times makes you even more grateful for the ups and downs. Yep, thankful for the downs in life. Thankful that I can be a support system for Joe as he studies every book in the entire world (that’s what it feels like). Thankful that Walter has a constant companion for his sick days even if it means following him around as vomit patrol.
I’m in a phase of unknowns, and I’m learning to love the now.