We must move forward, not backward; upward, not forward; and always twirling, twirling, twirling towards freedom!

As I write this I am having a pretty sad day, so I thought that I would write something that would cheer me up a lot and that is to write about things I have to look forward too this year. Whether that be they are GOING to happen or I just WANT them to happen. Sometimes I feel like having something to look forward too. even if it’s far in the future, I always find something to look forward to cheers me up. After all, time can sneak up really fast! So I have come up with a little list of what I have to look forward to this year:

  • Travelling to Melbourne and not just to see my brother for his birthday (since his birthday smack bang in the middle of Winter).
  • Take some serious looking into doing a “side business” even if it’s something tiny. See, I am incredibly bad at believing in myself.
  • Move in with my partner.
  • Getting a job with PERMANENT hours, no more casual work.
  • Do more writing…By that I don’t mean with my Blogging, I love to write Fiction stories, even if none of them get published. I have so many ideas in my head.
  • Going to Sydney at some point this year.
  • Instead of having a birthday party, looking into hosting a Winter Solstice party and what that might entail. They sound like fun!
  • This may not be *fun* but I want to start eating healthy and doing some sort of exercise and some exercise I’ll stick with. I’m not overweight BUT since I hurt my leg a couple of year ago I have gotten lazy.

 

Uploaded by: guardianmonkey

Published on Nov 5, 2012

Cheer Up Buttercup

I am going through the wars today! My leg started to play up, I think I might (just might) be coming down with a cold and I am a lady so…yeah…let’s not get into that one =P So to cheer myself up I have been watching videos of cute animals pretty much all day. So I thought that I’d share some with you =D

This one hasn’t got your “average” dogs and cat in it too!

 

Dawn the Fox

So Dawn the Fox was rescued by the Nuneaton and Warwickshire Wildlife Sanctuary. I had no idea that Foxes actually wagged their tail and rolled onto their backs to get a tummy rub. I shared this on my Facebook and so many of my friends were suprised to see a fox wagging it’s tail. None one of us ever thought that a Fox wags it tail although it’s apart of the Dog family.

This has to be the sweetest thing I have ever seen and definitely had to been shown for a Fact Friday! You learn something new every day, if this doesn’t cheer you up I don’t know what will!