Don’t be concerned



There is so much to drive a person crazy in this world. From the smartphone screen cracking when it falls face down on the cement, such as what happened to me a couple days ago, to accidentally putting all your toiletries for a swim session into a plastic bag that you found on the chair, that you used earlier in the day to pick up a tiny bit of dog poop. That’s what happened to me yesterday. 

Needless to say, I was quite angry and uptight. I also felt a cold coming on with a scratchy throat and  after a day of running around full of worry, the day ended with a stiff, sore ankle.

After a good night’s sleep you can laugh at yourself and all of the foolishness that rains on your parade. 

Sometimes it’s wise to get perspective and not get too concerned. 

Chronically unhappy people are always wrapped up in themselves and in their problems.
I think it’s also cumulative. 

The more you worry, the more you worry. 

Of course, misery loves company. I guess we all have our problems. 

You’ve got your problems, I’ve got mine. One has to keep things in perspective.

A problem shared is a problem halved. 

I told my husband about my dog poop escapade. I did not expect such uproarious laughter, but I guess it was well worth it because today I am cheerful again.

As for my smartphone screen cracking, I talked to the lady at the store and she says the company is sending me a new one because I had insurance, plus I had to pay a $199.00 deductible, but thanks to my smart husband, making sure my phone was insured, at least I can have new one to replace the one with the cracked screen.

Shakespeare got it correctly when he wrote, all’s well that ends well!

Musically yours,

Amy Zents

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