Not Sweating the Small Stuff

By | April 21, 2011


In my last post, I wrote about the long and short term challenges that arise. Now I have come to evaluate these challenges, and what seemed like such daunting tasks in the past are in fact just small bumps in the road.

Yesterday I had my first surgery. For months beforehand I would stress out about the surgery and the results. Now all I see it as is just two hours in my life that I can’t say I even experienced because of the anesthesia! It helped me realize that I have to stop wasting my time dreading things that aren’t really that bad, in fact, the operation was to my benefit.

Looking back on this situation, it mainly reminds me of the positivity of the seniors at The Best Day Of My Life (So Far). Whenever I came to the class, the one thing that always stuck with me was the aura of happiness in the room. I was surrounded by people with their fair share of hardships, but they all lived through their struggles, and they didn’t let them slow them down. So who am I to worry about a surgery that, quite frankly, I should be glad to have had?

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