It is mother’s day weekend. I hope you and yours enjoyed it in your own special way. For me, I had a blast with my oldest son who has autism. He sang happy birthday to me, but instead replaced birthday with mother’s day! It was really cute.
For me, I am excited each year I have been alive to enjoy mother’s day. I think it is one of the most universal holidays we all love. Everyone has a mother after all. Sometimes it is not our biological mom we celebrate, but you get my drift.
That is Luke and myself 22 years ago! He will be 23 next week.
I suppose your wondering why I titled this hair. The truth is my family and friends all seem to have various ideas about the length of my hair. It was so controversial! Haha
I have no hair in this photo after dealing with medical issues.
I have longer hair after five years of short hair. I am able to finally grow my hair again without pain involved.
So I ask myself who do I need to please these days in regards to my hair? I bet if you have read my blog for very long you know who that is.
As I have got older, I have learned to walk away from conflict more and more. I will not be bogged down any longer by trivial nonsense.
I enjoy life more than ever despite pain of all kinds. There really is so much to be passionate about. People ask me if I am ever bored. I say no. It is true. I am not.
To be or not to be- that is the question so long ago pondered. I choose to be. I choose wrinkles that come in their own time. I choose a fine wine over cheap. I choose ideas that suit my conscience. I choose to let go where I have no control. I choose to also privately now live a life written quietly in the recesses of my mind. It maybe shared when I feel someone can understand my way as opposed to their own. In my nursing career, most nurses know there can be many different answers to critical questions. If we all could see that and not be so damn harsh on others, I believe all of us will be for the better.
If your life brings you through muddy waters, hold on tight because usually a mom showed you how to. Happy mother’s day to the best mother a girl could ask for! Hilde- you are amazing and wonderful. You only wanted what was best for me. Thank you a million times over.