I scrolled a photo album for a picture with the power to calm my troubled mind.
Family pictures bring me the most joy, but I choose the above holiday shot because I’m sure seeing a place is more interesting for strangers.
Shores and Coastlines are always a happy place for me to visit. This is the sun setting on the walkway at Seaside, Oregon.
Are you ever amazed how a simple picture can trigger emotions?
Do photos do this for you?
There are two other common memory triggers. I’m often shocked how quick, and out of the blue, the past will flash when you hear a certain tune or smell a certain scent.
Without going into detail, we’ve had a somewhat crappy week, and I’ve been sporting puffy eyes.
Why, the puffy eyes you ask?
I Could literally be the “Town-Cryer”.
As in, that’s my coping mechanism. I cry when I’m sad or receive unsettling news, when I’m stressed, when I’m overtired, when I’m happy or I laugh too much, and if someone else gets teary eyed, no problem, I’ll join them.
When my gene pool was filled, I must have gotten extra emotions, and a sensitive waterworks trigger. If not that, I’ll blame aging and adulthood. I’m sure others will agree that at times, those both suck.
Who here can tear-up reading something, or watching a TV commercial? (Surprise! My hand is up.)
Have faith in me, my family and friends, I’m stronger than I may appear. (Smiley Face)
I hope your days are running smoothly.