“Blossom by Blossom the Spring Begins”.
“The more that you read, the more things you will know. The more that you learn, the more places you’ll GO!” ~Dr. Seuss
This week in the school, we are celebrating Dr.Seuss birthday. It has been a fun week so far. On Monday we wear green, Tuesday red & blue, today mismatched clothes. Thursday would be hats & socks, and on Friday the big day. It would pajama day with lots of reading and a big birthday cake at lunch time. The students are so exciting and having so much fun including myself.
Happy birthday Dr. Seuss and thank you for the wonderful readings!
Your Friday prompt for Stream of Consciousness Saturday is “critic(al).” Use it any way you’d like. Have fun!
Being critical is part of being a human being. We like to criticize everything around us, especially if it’s not ours. Yes, I’m guilty of that, too. Some criticisms aren’t harsh when they are done in a constructive way. Once they are made to hurt people’s feelings, then I don’t want to be part of.
I don’t like to be critical, however I’m the worst person when it’s about myself. An example when I’m writing it’s not good enough or when I’m trying on new clothes and I believe it looks terrible. Yes, I can be mean to myself and I don’t like it at all. That’s when I know I’m getting into depression and I’ve to take my MEDs.
How do I stop being a harsh critical of myself? I read positive books, I read other bloggers, I get busy on my coloring books, and I play with my granddaughter. One thing, I try not be on social media as much I use to be. Social media is one place where some people love to be mean to others. I’ve to delete around 20 supposedly friends for the same reason.
Ping back to Linda G. Hill— SOCS~ Critical