November, please slow down.

Hello friends, you know, ever since I started this blog almost four years ago, I have posted monthly without missing a beat. I think that streak might be coming to an end soon and it is late November now and I’ve not published anything. Life has been busy, but I’ve also been challenged by what to write about. It happens. So today I’m literally just going to write about the fact that I haven’t written in a while. Creative, eh? 🙂

I will say though that the Raptors have been doing great this season thus far. They crushed the Hornets last night and have generally been doing very well post you-know-who’s departure. The team has certainly come a long way and have taken a new face – one that should not be treated lightly

I have a running bet with some people that they will make it all the way again this year and secure a second consecutive championship. Far-fetched? Maybe. There are quite a few skeptics, but I like to go by the philosophy that anything is possible, so we shall see.

I also can’t believe that Christmas is only a month away. I feel like when we were younger, there was so much more time to anticipate the holiday season and built up to it, but as adults, it literally just comes and goes in a flash. It’s so important to just take each day as it comes and relish in the moment.

I’ll end this post with a random thought: it’s funny how you can tweet regularly with most of your content just getting lost in all the noise not ever really getting noticed, and then that one tweet that you didn’t pay any mind to at all ends up going viral. This happened with me for the first time several months ago and it literally felt like 15 seconds of fame with one tweet getting over 600 likes. For me, that is a lot!

I posted this tweet after a very sad and poignant episode of the Young and the Restless and it just took off.

Of course, that feeling of being famous only skyrockets when the actor in question actually responds to you!

And then most recently just yesterday when I tweeted about the real-life coupling of two characters on the show:

The common denominator, as you can see , is that all tweets were related to Y&R which shows that a) I am quite the dork and b) there are a lot of Y&R fans on Twitter. 🙂

On that note, I will sign off. Let’s collectively illuminate the holiday season through kindness and appreciation for one another, for you never know what silent battle someone is fighting. Let’s love more, smile more, and laugh more and remember not to sweat the small stuff.

Have a blessed evening.


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