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It used to be comparing how neat a friend's house is compared to mine, but now, it's how much more happening other blogs, facebookers are compared to mine. I'm all over the place, I feel, blogging, commenting, following, and yet, it's slower than a snail's trail here.
I know how Alex does it, but with a family of 4 kids among other things that rip me apart, how do I keep up with him? I can't.
I spoke with a friend of mine last month about my feelings. She tells me to think about losing the most important thing--this would put all petty qualms into perspective.
You know what? She's right.
By golly, I am doing my darndest here in my nook and it's my downfall to compare myself. I love to encourage and uplift others and now I should feed myself my own meds: It's okay, I'm doing my best and I should be happy with what I can do. End of story.
How do you squelch envying?