I have been working on thinking differently. I have had to be very intentional about it and practice it. This week it was put to the test when my car overheated. I found a garage close by and they said it was my water pump and all that goes with replacing it. Seven hundred and fifty dollars. I didn’t have the money. But ... Rather than go to my place of despair, i decided to think about it differently. So I thought, I wonder how this will all work out... i took it a step farther and thought I can’t wait to see how this will all turn out. I called a friend to ask her hubby if i was getting ripped off. He said, “No, in fact if you will have them do it rather than me i will pay the bill and you can pay me back when you can”. Problem solved. Not the way i would have planned or chosen. I hated being bailed out but i couldn’t afford it. I told my friend how bad i felt that they had to help me and she said “are you kidding? Thank you for an opportunity to help”. That is what friends are for.
Author, Life Coach, Seattle traffic reporter
Laurie was a single mom, whose hopes and dreams helped her survive the tough times. Her dreams are manifesting with the release of a new book Did Not See That Coming.