365 photo challenge: super

Iย think the only superย I might buy into these days…is super heroes as depicted on the big screen. No more super-size fast foodies, not that I ever indulged. Regular was more than enough…in fact it was overindulging. And definitely no more super wife, super mom, super housekeeper, super gardener, super friend, super…whatever. I like being me…normal me…

comfy cozy…stick-in-the mud…take-a-load-off…lil ole me………hugmamma.ย  ๐Ÿ˜‰

9 thoughts on “365 photo challenge: super

  1. I almost wore myself out with the energy that I put into trying to be “super this” and “super that”…it’s such a relief to just learn to be content with being “ordinary”…(and I see “ordinary” as wonderful! ) such a relief! And, btw…love those snuggly socks!


    • I don’t think I learned until I was in my mid-50’s, that I didn’t need to be all things to all people. Actually like you, I just ran out of steam. Then I decided I needed to conserve my energy and expend it where it really mattered…on my husband, my daughter, and myself. I do things for others…when I can. But I don’t “beat myself up” when I can’t. Not anymore, that is. So I agree…

      ordinary…and snuggly socks…are great! ๐Ÿ™‚


  2. Super socks, I see! So glad you are as normal as I am.

    Dad’s are always superheros, by the way, they just don’t want you to know that they still think that as they grow up.


  3. Never stop thinking of yourself as Super. You can fool some people some of the time; but you can’t fool everyone all of the time. Is that how the adage goes? I’m really bad at getting those right. Nonetheless…until they prove you’re otherwise…

    what’ve you got to lose? ๐Ÿ˜‰


  4. My kids are just getting into the age of superheroes, not the Age of Super Heroes, but the ages 4 and 5. I note that these are also the years when they begin to see that their dad is not a superhero, even though they probably still think I’m Super.

    I wonder how much longer I can fool them?


hugs for sharing some brief thoughts...and keeping them positive

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