Day 7 ~ Though I May Wake up to a day that Greets Me

Though I may wake up to a day that greets me with multiple tasks to accomplish or many an obstacle to cross or even conquer the same old fears yet again. I shall pick myself up, put a smile on my face and step into the unknown, for I’m stronger than I can imagine. I have made it this far, I will make it through whatever today has in store for me.

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