Laughter and Tears
For me this episode showed the most laughter and the most tears.
I never laughed so hard as when Karent, the girls, and I were in the kitchen during breakfast. Even the chef was amused. When Karent started with the "shopping for diamonds" -- really laughed till I cried. Karent: winner of an Emmy. So much fun.
And the tears, Lisa, so felt your pain. My hope for her is she can enjoy the process, because it’s just a matter of time before babies are on the way.
So it was an interesting weekend filled with a little bit of everything and a whole lot of nothing.
Things to think about this week:
Is it easier to speak to people to their face until everyone feels they've been heard? Or easier to speak behind everyone’s back and hope the gossip doesn't get heard?
What things in life are worth one compromising truth and goodness for? Or if we just speak the truth and spread the goodness, can everyone win?Is "looking good" so important to us that we would engage in untruthful or disingenuous behavior just to protect something we could perhaps just acknowledge and move forward from?
And gossip is a state of mind -- geography doesn't change it.
Spread the love, keep the peace, and #don't deal with stupid.
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