…who doesn’t need a little sunshine?

So, I will be starting my daily Copaxone injections next Wednesday! I want to write more about this and other new, exciting and overwhelming things a little later, but for now I want to let you know I started another blog that will house pictures, stories, poems, lyrics & quotes. It won’t have an email subscription service and there will not be a comment section- but I urge you to bookmark it (or click the link on the side of this page under “me & mine”). There will be multiple posts each day and they will focus heavily on photographic/visual inspiration. It takes a few weeks/months to really get used to the side effects of the injections, so spreading positive energy will help keep me occupied.

I want to thank my Mom & Dad for allowing me to be the second “Rhéa” in the family. Not only do I get to tell people about the amazing woman I got my name from, but it allows for great word play – hence the name of the new blog: rheasunshine. Also, I get to feel a special connection with yet another Jason Mraz song : : :

Well, sometimes the sun shines on other people’s houses and not mine
And the clouds paint the sky all grey
And it takes away my summertime

Somehow the sun keeps shining upon you while I struggle to get mine
If there’s a light in everybody send out your ray of sunshine

I wanna walk the same roads as everybody else
Through the trees and past the gates
Getting high on heavenly breezes
Making new friends along the way

I wont ask much of nobody
I’m just here to sing along
And make my mistakes look gracious
And learn some lessons from my wrongs

But sometimes the sun shines on other people’s houses and not mine
Some days the clouds paint the sky all grey
And it takes away my summer time

Somehow the sun keeps shining upon you,
While I struggle to get mine
A little light never hurt nobody – so send out your ray of sunshine

Oh if this little light of mine combined with yours today
How many watts could we illuminate?
How many villages could we save?

Well my umbrella’s tired of the weather, wearing me down
Well look at me now

Well you should look as good as your outlook
Would you mind if I took some time
To soak up your light, your beautiful light
You’ve got a paradise inside

I get hungry for love and thirsty for life
And much too full of the pain
Well I look to the sky to help me
And sometimes it looks like rain

As the sun shines on other people’s houses and not mine
And the sky paints the clouds in a way
That takes away the summer time

Somehow the sun keeps shining upon you while I kindly stand by
If there’s a light in everybody
Send out your ray of sunshine

You’re undeniably warm, you’re cerulean
You’re perfect in design
Won’t you hang around?

So the sun, it can shine on me
And the clouds, they can roll away
And the sky, can become our possibility
If there’s a light in everybody
Send out your ray of sunshine

Here is the link for the “sister” blog – I hope you find something that makes you think, laugh, cry, smile or *sigh* and say “I know that much to be true”.

You Should Look As Good As Your Outlook

PS. JEANNIE I LOVE YOU! Please make sure you bookmark the new website, I made it intentionally colorful to help you on the gray days ❤

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