Square Peg ● Round Hole







We have all been there.   Swimming in the muck of emotional residue, we wake up only to feel drained and listless.  For me, I know that means I might need to put my emotional baggage on paper instead of wallowing in it.

Unfortunately, there are people in my life that trigger that emotional upheaval.   Sometimes talking and reasoning it out with someone else is helpful.  Allowing myself to feel the effects might be uncomfortable, but it allows me to walk through to the other side free of the weighted feel that has hindered my progress.

I believe the insertion of individuals in my life are not random and my experiences aren’t mistakes.  I am merely going through exactly what I need in order to learn something more valuable.  If I have learned anything, it is to embrace where I am, and to give the universe the acknowledgement of gratitude.  Only in this way, can I move forward and release the toxicity.   I am merely a work in progress taking the day one step at a time.   As I am gently reminded by Ralph Waldo Emerson, “What lies behind you and what lies in front of you, pales in comparison to what lies within you.”