It's been a busy 2 week (about) since my last blog. I have two sick little ones, the youngest one had his 2nd birthday, hubby had foot issues (to bad that wasn't the only problem), the teen is being a teen and the tween is being, yup a tween. It's been a busy, stressful time for me. Still first up last to bed and totally busy inbetween. This lack of sleep that I have is turning into an issue it's beginning to affect every part of me but yet I am expected to smile and act as if everything is great. Eh not so much. My heart, my cup, my plate all runnith over but yet I carry on. I would not say I'm running the good race with grace, its more like the lopsided gait of a dizzy puppy. Anyhooo in all this sleep deprived coffee fueled reality of mine I have done a lot of thinking and here is my thought for the day. Why do we as people give other people power over us? We play it off, "I'm my own person and so and so can't do anything to change that." In just that statement you've already given so and so the power. How? You included them in the statement. If you are going to be your own person and do your own thing stop giving away pieces of yourself. Just this morning I gave away another small piece of myself, I was none to happy with me for doing it but done is done. I know for a fact I am tired of people lording over me because I have allowed them to do so for so long. I'm ready to fight back, I'm ready to be me again, I'm ready to be whole again and most importantly I'm ready to get more than a few hours sleep again. Happy Tuesday :-)

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