it seems to me that throughout the last weeks this sentence was used in my personal work way too much. well, not "way too much", but let's say, quite often. I don't know what it is about it, but apparently, this image is my idea of a good atmosphere. when every little detail of nature fills you up with such a joy and you just can't help it but smile. and I have to admit, as soon as I find myself in such situations, with the leaves fluttering, the sun shining on my skin, the birds flying over my head and the entire world seems to be at peace for this one flick of an eye ... it's just the same with french chansons, old coats and cups of tea. and when I told you yesterday that I actually feel good, I think that was one of these times that I really didn't care whether it could change soon, or not. and then, when I was listening to france gall this morning, I figured that it's really up to you deciding if you are feeling fine or not. in a way. I guess it's really hypocritical of me to say that. but maybe it'd be better to just listen to myself for a bit and don't put myself down again.
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this is something that I realised last year... every morning a new day begins, and it's your choice if it's going to be a good day or a bad day. Ofcourse you don't know what is going to happen, but you can decide if you're going to make a drama of the bad thing or just going to ignore them
You, and only you can decide if you are happy today or not