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In life we do things. Some we wish we had never done. Some we wish we could replay a hundred times in our heads. But they all make us who we are, and in the end, they shape every detail about us. If we were to reverse any of them, we would not be the person we are. So just live, make mistakes, have wonderful memories. But never ever second guess who you are, where you have been, and most importantly where it is you are going.
They say that yesterday is a memory, tomorrow is a vision, but today is a gift, that is why they call it “the present.” It is important to learn from our mistakes so that we can apply them today to shape a better tomorrow. Every positive thought that you put into the ether can be soaked up by every person and everything around you.
The same happens with negative energy. This is just another reason to live your life for today and look for the positive that exists in every situation. Never say, “Why is this happening to me?” That is acknowledging a negative situation in a negative way which compounds the negative energy. Instead, say “What can I learn from this situation?” turning a negative situation into a positive one by being grateful for and not forgetting about the blessings that you already have in life. By looking for a way to learn and grow from a tough situation.
To be thankful for something is to express gratitude; to be pleased for the little things. They add up. Now is the time of year when being thankful is brought to the forefront. It is important to be thankful for family, friends, employment, and a roof over your head. Maybe the rent is late… You still have the roof. Maybe the restaurant does not have what you want… Some people do not have any food, so be grateful for what you have. If you have food on the brain, be thankful for The Crab Shack in Edgewater, because they will always have what you want.
Thanksgiving is right around the corner, and it may be cold, but the crabs keep coming to The Crab Shack. Open on Thanksgiving, dinner at The Crab Shack is a great way to show your family and friends how grateful you are to have them in your life.
This is the time of year when families come together, and it is very easy to remember what you are thankful for because it is right in front of you. If you are reading this right now, then you must have electricity and a computer, or at least a smartphone. Even if everything else is going wrong, at least you are able to read this article, which is a reminder to stay thankful.
Specializing in fresh steamed crabs and made-to-order Cajun Boil Pots, The Crab Shack in Crofton and Edgewater are grateful for you and yours and cannot wait to show you in person just HOW grateful they are. For more information, please visit www.thecrabshackmd.com