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Learned a lesson in uploading photos to the new computer this week.
There is so much that I love about this picture. First of all... her calves - Jeeze! I bet that comes from all of her cross country as of late. Second of all, the look on the other kids' faces; pure awe. And they should be in awe of her, look at how high that kick is!
So last week I spoke of how being active was important to our family. Cheer camp was part of that, and I really think that Haley found something she loves here. Once again this week, we're going to the AF football game and she assumed she'd be cheering. Talk about disappointment when she found out she wasn't. That was a moment of being not so cheerful.
So aside from the obvious cheeriness (according to spellcheck not picking that word up, that's a word, who knew?!) pictured above, my two little ones are overall pretty darn happy kids. They have moments of small disappointment, but, en masse; happiness. They can find the bright side in all kinds of less than ideal situations. I'm a naturally "look on the bright side" kind of person, definitely a "glass is half full" outlook around here. Sure there are situations that require a Devil's Advocate (it's called being realistic about the situation and looking at all possible outcomes), but to focus on the negative brings a pessimistic view of the world. Constantly looking for the downside of things only teaches negativity. Is that how you'd like your children to think? There's a positive to most everything and every situation. Find it, concentrate on it. You bring about what you think about. So bring about good things, positive things, cheerful things. A great attitude attracts others with happy hearts, and isn't that what we all want to be surrounded by?
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