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What's wrong? Cat got your tongue?

It’s a saying that I have heard often and today it rings true.  Here is the formal explanation. 

“Cat Got Your Tongue. The phrase ‘Cat Got Your Tongue’ is used to describe when someone is at a loss of words or being unusually quiet. Example of Use: “What’s the matter Lucy, cat got your tongue?”. The origin of the idiom ‘cat got your tongue’ is an intriguing one.”

The cat does not have my tongue today. I have way too much to celebrate.  Today I am counting “positives” that I used to see as negatives.  The only thing that has changed is my perspective. Today will be a great day. I can stop defending myself and take what is given with grace. 

Overall I am very proud of my work. I cover a wide variety of subjects and don’t dwell on telling others what to do on the site. I use all the functions as designed and feel good about my choices. I sleep well at night.

We are going to have a great day at the track. I won’t be home to hear the phone ring and that will be a nice break! I don’t have to deal with his ex’s drama. (Odd that someone who got divorced over 30 years ago still has to call and hassle  my brother.) What a strange world we live in.

  • Do you often change your perspective?

    • Yes
    • No
  • Is it a good thing to let go and laugh?

    • Yes
    • No
  • Do you feel better when you take back control of your life?

    • Yes
    • No

What do you think?

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