The Whoops Factor continues

THE WHOOPS FACTOR

When I ask people about their Whoops, they say--"I didn't forget to have kids, but....

Whoops, I forgot about me and who I am

Whoops, I forgot what I love to do

Whoops, I forgot I have a voice

Whoops, I forgot that I am creative and artistic

Whoops, I forgot I have talents

Whoops, I forgot I liked this...yum

Whoops, I forgot my dreams

Whoops, I forgot my joy and my inner child

Whoops, I forgot to remember

Whoops, I forgot where I need to be

Whoops, I forgot where I am is where I need to be

Whoops, I forgot to be mindful and to breathe

Whoops, I forgot about you

Whoops, I forgot I liked this

Whoops, I forgot to be happy

Whoops, I forgot I could write

Whoops, I forgot I could sing

Whatever your Whoops--share it.

Realizing y0u have a Whoops is the first step in moving on and growing.
Alexander Graham Bell, best known for the invention of the telephone in 1876 (one of my favorite years because it was the Centennial of our country) said
" When one door closes, another opens; but we oten look so long and so regretfully upon the closed door that we do not see the one which has opened for us."