I’m so happy to be writing the TToT again after a four-month break. Thanks Lizzi for the tweets inviting me to participate over and over. I’m glad you didn’t give up on me.
This week, Karma wins my most thankful and appreciation. She showed up so much earlier than expected. Karma, please tell me you still have lots more in store, right?
Do you all remember my cousins that were set up by government with the help of my cousin Moe and his greedy and trashy wife?
Look what I found while surfing my favorite website. I just love Mr. Google!
Ah Madame Cindi, what a nice mug shot but you do look a little stressed out. It looks like your Botox is wearing off a bit. Theft? Oh goodness. Did we need more money for Botox, Louis Vuittons and drugs? Oh wait, you needed food for your kids. What am talking about? The kids don’t need to eat. Where are your kids? Did you abandon them like you did your first beautiful and innocent daughter?
Wait! I got one more!
People, these are the folks that our government pays to strip people of their life savings, dignity and self-worth. Our tax dollars at work. Need I say more?
I lied, I want to say more. The mug shot of Moe was taken the exact same time he was “employed” or “contracted” out with the government. Yes, they gave him a real people legal contract that he violated but criminals have lots more perks than us law-abiding citizens.
I have so much material to write about these two lovely losers but I’ll save it for later.
The last time I wrote a post was when my father got ill at the end of January. My siblings and I traveled to Beirut to say goodbye. One of the toughest trips I’ve ever made but luckily it wasn’t his time. We feel very blessed that Dad’s health continues to improve.
A month after I came back, It took me a while to get back in my routine, I felt emotionally and physically drained.
Was I tired? Was I frustrated with life? Was I scared?
I was scared. Terrified at the thought of losing my father. I will never be ready to lose a family member.
Sadly, today both my best friends are mourning the very recent losses of their fathers. Nothing I say will make them feel better. I know. All I can do is be there for them when they need me.
For the sake of simplifying my complex life, I decided to give up my real estate company that I owned for 7 years, Cedars Fine Properties. It was a tough decision but thanks to United Real Estate and my new broker, my business life has been simpler and I’m freed of all the dreadful “business owner” paperwork.
I became a great Auntie to the cutest little premie baby boy, Ali. He’s still working on getting his lungs stronger and he’s going to be just fine.
My son Daniel was picked for a paid internship for the summer with a global Intelligence and Security company. He finished his first week at work in the corporate world and so far he’s loving it. They’re already talking about a possible permanent position. He will finish his last semester at Texas A&M in December. My baby is all grown up.
I’m so excited to be working on a dance campaign for women over 40, “Go Go With Hips In Motion”. My dancer friend, Catherine and I are hoping to launch a video by the end of this year. I’ll be the “Go Go Gofer” and she’ll be the “Hips In Motion”.
I am thankful for life, for all my blessings, for my friends, my family, for my great business, for good health, for my meditations and for my Yoga instructor, Ken Hainline and my Belly Dancing/Zumba teachers for keeping me motivated and energetic.
Sometimes I feel like taking a bat and impersonating Karma. Have you ever been hurt so bad and wished that Karma would come around in your lifetime?
Please share your story with me so I don’t feel so evil.
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