Bonjour Royal Friends!
I’m Princess Diane Von Brainisfried and it’s a joy to welcome you into my kingdom where positivity rules and kindness reigns.
Anyone ever see the sci-fi horror film The Blob? It’s about a town that becomes panic-stricken when a deadly alien lifeform shows up suddenly and annihilates everyone it comes into contact with. Sound familiar? Yup. 2020 was pretty much The Year of The Blob.
But 2021 is a couple of days away and it’s bringing hope on its wings in the form of an anti-Blob vaccine! And hope is a beautiful thing. Fingers and toes crossed.
Spoiler alert: You don’t need a The Blob sequel to know that panic and anxiety in our lives has not flown away forever and it never will. Because if it’s not a bad ass novel virus that’s giving us the willies and heebie-jeebies, it’s One Thing or Another. A cancer scare, a lost job, a sick child, an aging animal friend, a failing relationship, a dumb mistake, these are just samplings of why panic and anxiety are here to stay.
But take heart! I’ve learned a new tactic and it’s a veritable rocket in my princess pocket to help deal with panic and anxiety. It’s the idea of using your “Angel Weapons.”
I first heard of Angel Weapons from my cousin Sitara whom I cherish and adore. And she told me she got the idea from her very special friend Ruthie, and now you’re hearing it from me. Three’s a charm.
Sitara told me the Angel Weapons were “born in paradise but came through in a cold Montreal winter, and they are for sharing.” Ruthie was a longtime family friend, being first the friend of Sitara’s mother and then over the years becoming Sitara’s friend too. This was an exceedingly harsh year for Sitara; in addition to the pandemic, she suffered the heartbreak of her father dying in the cold of winter, and then her mother going into a precipitous decline, ultimately leading to her passing that same year. It was during this time that Ruthie shared her Angel Weapons via text, inserting little joyful emojis next to each one. These little gems, these power-packed words, flew into Sitara’s heart and gave her a mechanism of sustaining encouragement and support that was nothing less than heavenly.
I loved these princess-worthy packets of positivity the moment Sitara shared them with me, when my own mother recently died this year and I, too, was having a hard time of it. Sitara sent me her Angel Weapons via text, with emojis, adding three more of her own. I adopted them at once, adding two more of my own.
Here are our Angel Weapons below for you to have and hold in the pocket of your heart. Add to this list or change the ones on there to suit your needs. Know that no matter what happens in 2021 you have Angel Weapons to encourage you and to help you stay strong. Share them with your friends, family, and with those you think might need a little help with life. Don’t forget to add little emojis for fun. Do that… and “Blob’s” your uncle….together we are 2021 strong!
Combination of Ruthie’s, Sitara’s and Princess Diane von Brainisfried’s Angel Weapons:
HERE’S TO A HAPPY, HEALTHY, HALLELUJAH OF A NEW YEAR!
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Bonjour! I’m Princess Diane Von Brainisfried™
Motivational Speaker. Certified Life Coach. Award-Winning Writer. Breast Cancer Survivor. Offering seminars and coaching using humor to inspire happiness.
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