Three Peaks and a Valley #5

This series, Three Peaks and a Valley refers to three positive moments and one negative moment that happens during a twenty-four hour period of my life. When I’m feeling down, my mom tells me to remember one positive and one negative thing about the experience: a peak and a valley.

Three Peaks and a Valley aims to outweigh the negative with the positive.

Three Peaks and a Valley is a regular miniseries that, by sharing my own moments of joy and vulnerability I hope that you’ll think about your own.


PEAK: I felt comfortable enough with my body and with my tattoos to wear a bikini on the boat ride today, even though several of them do not approve of tattoos.

PEAK: I took a walk with my sister and cousin down a dirt road to the Bomoseen State Park. Along the way, my sister Alexa half sang, half screeched Beyonce’s “The Best Thing I Never Had“. She did nail a few high notes though.

“What line did you nail, Alexa?” I shout across the kitchen.

“I don’t know, all of them?” she shoots back.

PEAK: My boyfriend’s family installed a deck in their backyard exclusively for the purpose of installing an above ground dog pool. Look at this. Just look at this. Just look.

 

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“Where has this been all my life?”

 

VALLEY: I had a three-hour car ride from Vermont to Massachusetts today stuffed like a sardine in the backseat with a big wet dog. Both I and the dog were mighty carsick.


Share your peaks and valleys with me in the comment section below!

 

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Working on my summer body. It’s the same as my regular body but this one has more popsicles in it.

 

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One thought on “Three Peaks and a Valley #5

  1. PEAK: Showing this to Sonni and having it turn in to one of her PEAKs!
    PEAK: Talking with Coda today no matter how distracted he was online.
    PEAK: Life, love and the liberty to discuss all of it this morning over coffee.
    Valley:…hasn’t happened yet…or perhaps the part during the discussion that made me go, “huh…that’s something to think about.

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