Life In 'Cruces

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Life In 'Cruces - Stable, Being Positive, and Events

Yes, I am alive and finally stable after three weeks of crazy things happening. This last week was the first stable week I had – no drama, no hospital visits, no pain, no canceled trips, and no nothing. I am thankful and glad I got through all of the chaos of late February and early March.

I am also glad I stayed positive through all of my drama. I took the drama as is and pushed through it. It was no point in worrying about the drama. I have always lived a life without worry. Why worry? Worrying doesn’t help. It doesn’t solve the problem you are going through and it causes even more drama.

On another note, I have avoided people and things that fuel drama. During these last few weeks, I didn't want to talk to anyone. I deal with my problems and move on. Folks on my many jobs love to keep up drama. I shut them down. I work to make money and I don’t consider coworkers as “friends”. They are just that – coworkers. 

Be slow in choosing a friend, slower in changing.” — Benjamin Franklin

The above quote is so random and sort of fitting to this post. When choosing friends, select ones who you don’t work with and ones who have a positive outlook on life. Life is too short to deal with fake friends, dramatic friends, two-faced friends, and friends that are not really friends. 

So...what is on my agenda for today? I am getting back into social activities like farmer’s markets, photo shoots, Las Cruces events, and other fun things. I am going to the downtown Sunday market today. I am also taking some new photos for this blog and just overall enjoying this day.

The Sunday Fair Farmers Market of Las Cruces is usually each Sunday from 9:30 a.m. until 1 p.m. The market features veggies, fruits, crafts, and more. For more information on the market, click here. Click here to check out the Fair Farmers Market of Las Cruces Facebook page.

It is time to get back to ME being ME.

Welcome to MY Life In ‘Cruces!!


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