The Right Thing.

I came across this phrase while reading a thing today. It was so simply placed between a long explanation of life things and fancy thoughts- I'm a sucker for some good life reads. And woah dooooods, what a wonderful thought it is. It's too easy to get attached to the idea of wanting something to work and putting the "but if only..." in front of whatever it is- a change, a desire, a need to feel content- trying to force the pieces to fall into place when they're just not meant to fall. So I am thankful for this tiny phrase, reminding me that letting go of the ideas that aren't meant for this story is a-ok, and that's pretty darn cool. So, I doodled it