The Highs and Lows of life - Sunny Dawn Johnston

The Highs and Lows of life

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Life can be really challenging, believe me, I know. Yet, what if, along with that challenge comes the appreciation. Can you have one without the other?  – SDJ
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4 thoughts on “The Highs and Lows of life”

  1. Recently I was faced with a challenge I did not want to face really…dragging my feet and avoiding until it was impossible to ignore. It was FLIPPING Hard. However, the after effects were a freedom and grace, kind of the softness of acceptance that I have only felt a few times in my life. Thank Sunny for helping me to see and feel the gift.

  2. Linda ?, for what it is worth, I am proud of you. I think it truly is wondetful that you have such an incredibly supportive family. Not sure why, you were in that position, or decided to accept that challenge. But, good for you !!!

  3. So very true, Sunny. I faced a challenge, doing something I had never done alone by myself. I drove a very long way, navigating roads and highways I’d never seen, going across many states, using old-fashioned paper maps as no GPS back then, and having to check my tires and the trailer I was pulling, when I had always relied on the men in my life to do these things. It was terrifying at night, but did not know where it was safe to stop. No Google or cell phones to check things out at that time. I accepted the challenge to move on with my life, and as a result, I became more brave and self-confident. This was a step in my life that led to other challenges I was no longer afraid to take. It was a pleasure to hear the amazement in my family member’s voice how proud they were that I arrived at my destination without a problem, and so shocked to learn I had even figured out how to put air in my tires. I appreciate the courage I took at that time, and the memory of it keeps me motivated to try new challenges without fear of moving forward!

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