Sunday, January 22, 2023

Day Dreams and Lost Things

 Stretchy was always a go-getter, a woman who was determined to make something of herself. She had big dreams, and she was willing to work hard to make them come true. But as she stood in her small store, looking around at the cluttered shelves and feeling the weight of the long, hard weekend on her shoulders, she couldn't help but feel like something was missing.

Her husband, Jer Bear, had been by her side through it all, but even he couldn't fill the void that was growing inside her. She missed her family, who lived far away, and she felt guilty that she wasn't able to spend more time with them. She missed her daughter, Emma, who was growing up so quickly before her eyes. And she missed the simple things in life, the moments that she felt were slipping away as she chased after money and success.

Stretchy was a woman who wanted to have it all, but as she looked around her store, she couldn't help but feel like she was losing everything that mattered. She was working hard to build her business, to make a better life for her family, but it seemed like every time she took a step forward, she was taking two steps back.

She had always been a yes-woman, someone who said yes to everything and everyone, but as she looked around her store, she realized that maybe it was time to start saying no. She was determined to make things work, but she knew that she couldn't do it alone. She needed to find a way to balance her dreams with her responsibilities, and she needed to find a way to make time for the people and things that truly mattered.

As she locked up her store for the night, Stretchy knew that things wouldn't be easy. But she was determined to figure it out, to make it all work, no matter what. She was a go-getter, after all, and she wasn't going to let anything stand in her way.

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Yoga education in fun posts, comics, animations, and videos. Stretchy the elephant loves yoga and has tons of fun ideas to make it easy to understand for kids, adults, and yoga teachers.

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