Everything’s Coming Up Roses. On Tuesday?

It’s not. It’s not coming up roses. It’s January. It’s coming up slushy, messy, dirty, icy, slidy — but it seems I am part penguin? I simply slide on through.

I am experiencing an unusually pleasant series of circumstances wherein things are about ten times better than I expect. A few weeks now.

Me: There are too many things going on.
Life: I’ve canceled the things!

Me: This will not reflect well upon me.
Life: You’re amazing!

Me: This ain’t gonna be good.
Life: This will be excellent!

Me: Erm, this feels like a crisis.
Life: Nah, Girl, you ready.

Me: This is gonna cost a bloody fortune.
Life: Nope, not even close!

Me: I smell shit nearing the fan.
Life: Only the freshest air for you!

I never know what brings these things on. At my best I’m human sunshine, but I’m not at my best all the time, cause human. Anxiety disorder is real and fear gnaws at me. Still, I try to roll with it and I aim keep my mindset positive.

I am superstitious enough to think that writing about it might jinx it, but then I’m hopeful enough to think even if that’s the case, it’s worth sharing.
Good things happen all the time.

The other shoe won’t drop. The other shoe is fiiine.
Right?
Right!

Jot!

jus19

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46 Responses to Everything’s Coming Up Roses. On Tuesday?

  1. Dan Antion says:

    The other shoe is fine, right where it is. No jinx. Maybe you’ve moved Tuesdays into the good category. OK, maybe not, but you can dream.

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  2. loisajay says:

    It’s all good, Joey. All good….

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  3. Bill says:

    Me too.
    But there are times when I wonder, ‘Am I at my best when I am at my worst?’ I have thrown the shit into the fan, just to see how it would end.
    Oh look, the devil is on the wrong shoulder. The angel said, “Don’t tell him. We’ll all sleep better tonight.” Wine will fix that. Right?
    Don’t know about your other readers, but Tuesdays are Joie Days for me. Inquiring minds want to know. Thanks for telling.

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  4. darsword says:

    Maybe I should have read your Jot before I wrote my Jot. Thank you for being positive. Don’t read mine today.

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  5. Benson says:

    I understand that other shoe thing all too well. When I was younger I was constantly expecting that shoe to drop. Usually in my relationships. After a while I would get tired of waiting and just throw the damn thing. That may explain my history with women. Well I am glad you week is going so well. Expect the best. You deserve it.

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  6. that other shoe is not only fine but good looking and comfy. πŸ™‚

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  7. markbialczak says:

    Here’s to the good stretch of life, Joey. Cheers.

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  8. Your writing always gets me. Even when things are spiffy, I’m looking over my shoulder. Can’t help it.

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  9. Shoes are not dropping, they’re happily sitting in the closet waiting for you to buy them new friends!
    🀣

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  10. I relate, Joey. I have to “talks” like this too. Yes anxiety is very real as is PTSD. I have been training me not to expect the other shoe to drop and to grab HAPPY when it comes. Happy, Joey! Happy! (((HUGS)))!

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  11. marianallen says:

    Fight Club fan? Sliiiiiiide! I am fasting prior to a routine blood test, and somewhat light-headed. Did you say you had a GOOD Tuesday? Yay!!!

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  12. This is reallyreallyreallyreally good to hear, you part penguin you. ❀ ❀ ❀ 2019 for the win!

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  13. John Holton says:

    Rolling with it and keeping a positive mindset is a good thing to do.

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  14. I love that dialogue: Nothing but the freshest air for you! Life is snarky.

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  15. JT Twissel says:

    We just moved into Aquarius – maybe it’s your whew – that was a relief – sign.

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  16. Amy says:

    Anxiety is a horrid spiral for me. I work really hard at that positive mindset. Glad to hear that you’ve had a series of pleasant experiences!! So much yay!! πŸ™‚

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  17. Don’t worry about the other shoe. All will be gine.

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  18. LindaGHill says:

    So I have the foresight you lacked when you wrote this because I’ve already read your tomorrow jot. Next time leave puking in the other shoe to the cat. πŸ˜‰

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  19. larva225 says:

    I may print a couple of these out and put them in my office and on my fridge.

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  20. Anxious Mom says:

    I get the same way when things are good. Like, oh shit, I’m just fucking things up by thinking things are good. I hope the other shoe didn’t drop. I bragged about not falling recently and then I fell like six times in two weeks, so it jinxed me.

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