Does anyone else go out, not drink a lot/not get drunk and still feel like they are hungover? That's how I feel right now so I'm in bed, reading & watching Grey's Anatomy, trying to feel better. It was well worth it though because I celebrated two of my best friends getting married, with a lot of my college friends and it was a perfect night.

I was nervous leading up to it because I was scared that being around all my college friends would make me sad and depress me, making me miss that time in my life. Graduating from college was what really set off my anxiety and depression and it's a sore subject for me but I had an epiphany last night. It was a pleasure to be surrounded by so much love, so much fun, and the people who knew me at my best. It made me so grateful that we can all be together and it's like no time has passed vs being sad that I don't get to see them every day and party every weekend.

It was almost like letting go of the sadness surrounding that time and opening up to being able to feel the immense gratitude I have. It was amazing. I got home after 2 AM, woke up this morning at 8 AM, so I'm vegging out today. I have so many 'admin' tasks to do and I really want to finish up some books I'm reading. Tomorrow is another day where hopefully I'm more rested!

I hope you're all having a great weekend!

Pink Positivity of the Week

For sure, the highlight of my week was my friend's wedding. It was utter perfection in so many ways and I'm so thankful to have so many wonderful people around me.

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