I will never get over how great it is being back at Disney World, where I saw this yesterday:
I said to my niece Laura that I didn’t expect to see “I will never get over this” — which I immediately associated with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder — at the “Happiest Place on Earth.” However, I realized that it’s very possible to never get over wonderful experiences, too.
Apparently, I will never get over catastrophizing (imagining the worst case scenario), especially when I’m stressed. Yesterday morning, when the Lyft driver showed up earlier than I expected to take me to the airport, I rushed out the door and then worried that our cat Joan might have gotten out and been attacked by the coyote that was on the street. During the drive to the airport, I tried to talk myself out of that very far fetched possibility.
I will never get over how the mind can make up unlikely scenarios even when there is little evidence or data to support them.
I tried to get over this by texting my husband Michael at home.
I will never get over this: I wish my wonderful late parents had been able to meet my hilarious and adorable husband Michael.
Here are the rest of my images for today’s “I Will Never Get Over This” blog post.
I will never get over how many National Days there are & I will never get over how it’s also World Ampersand Day.
Here’s what I find when I search YouTube for “I will never get over this.”
I will never get over my gratitude for all those who help me create this daily blog, including YOU!