A Happy New Year from the Lifestyle Support Guru – a little late, I know, but the internet decided to have a holiday from my computer yesterday. Anyway, here I am with my New Year message – BELIEVE IN DESTINY! Those of you who’ve read my earlier posts will know that I am a great believer in DESTINY, especially when it comes to shopping (I have three wardrobes full of clothes as proof) – if it was meant to be, it will be (and it will appear in your wardrobe), and I now have two examples as further proof, including SAVING A LIFE (well, possibly)! Long stories but living proof of DESTINY!
1. I had fully intended having an early night on New Year’s Eve, being tired after a long trip back from Down Under, but DESTINY decided otherwise because two friends appeared at the pub where male sibling and I were having a quiet drink, so we ended up spending the evening in the said pub until after the New Year had been rung in, regaling the friends with tales of Oz and Singapore (although ‘boring them’ was probably more accurate!). Our route home took us past a large green surrounded by trees
and houses and I spotted a strange shape on the green, rather like a large bin liner. Being of a curious nature (or, put another way…nosy, and hoping it might possibly be a large bag stuffed with fifty-pound notes), I suggested we have a closer look at it and it turned out to be a woman lying on the grass who’d obviously had a tad too much to drink and who thought that having a little snooze on the green at 1am was a good idea! We helped her home (which wasn’t far), leaving her on her sofa where she may still be lying wondering how on earth she got home, soaking wet and covered in mud, rather than getting hypothermia on the green! So that was DESTINY forcing me to stay in the pub later than I’d intended!
2. Yesterday, because the internet wasn’t working (and I couldn’t face the thought of unpacking and all that washing), I decided to go to the shops and treat myself to a handheld vacuum cleaner – oh, the excitement! I went to Argos, found a machine that I thought would
suit, went to the counter and handed over my order, got my purse out to pay and found that I’d brought the purse with the (very small) remainder of my Australian money but no debit/credit cards because they were in my ‘UK’ purse which was sitting quietly at home on the table wondering why it was being ignored. So, where was the DESTINY, you ask? Well, obviously, I wasn’t meant to buy that vacuum and the only conclusion I can draw is that DESTINY does not want me to do any cleaning in 2014!!
And the moral? If DESTINY appears in your life and forces you to stay in the pub or makes you take the wrong purse out with you, it’s for a good reason, so BELIEVE IN DESTINY! I can now leave the house like a tip, knowing that DESTINY wants it that way!