SOLSC 2015: Day 17

A lot of today was crazy sucky. So it’s a great thing I bought myself a card especially for days like this a few weeks ago. This is the time of year where, even during a great school year, things can get crazy and stressful. So I’m glad I tried to prepare a little. It’s a cute card and I love the front of it, so I’m just going to share that today. Focus on what’s going well, right?!

Apparently, all you need to know about life you can learn from a leprechaun. Here’s the great advice:

  • Life is too short for long faces.
  • When you’re happy- sing.
  • When you’re sad- sing louder!
  • Expect magic to happen, and it will.
  • If you can’t find a rainbow, paint your own.
  • The word “impossible” is NOT an Irish word.
  • Never walk so tall that you can’t see the “wee folk.”
  • If you’re feeling blue, wear lots of green and think hopeful thoughts.
  • No one ever outgrows the need for hugs, special dreams, or a wee bit of mischief.

5 responses

  1. Love the advice on your card, especially “when you’re sad–sing louder!” I’m sorry your day wasn’t filled with rainbows and leprechaun magic and hope tomorrow will be better for you. Thanks for sharing!

  2. Love the post — sing louder and “Never walk so tall that you can’t see the “wee folk.”
    My family grew up with the sounds and laughter of fairies… we can’t think we’re too great, or…… Have a great today!

  3. Reblogged this on What Else? 1DR and commented:
    Love this advice on St Patrick’s day — it works for any day!

  4. I got both good and sad news this week. I am imagining myself breaking out in song – and louder song – in public after getting the news. 🙂

  5. Such great advice from those little guys! I love if you can’t find a rainbow, paint your own.

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