Instructions for a Bad Day. ~ Andie Britton-Foster

Via Andie Britton-Fosteron Aug 31, 2013

“There will be bad days. Be calm. Loosen your grip, opening each palm slowly now. Let go.” ~ Shane Koyczan

Dear Word Swallowers:

Here is a poem by Canadian artist Shane Koyczan, to remind you that hard days are a dime a dozen, but you are one in a million.

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About Andie Britton-Foster

Andie Britton-Foster‘s father was a walnut and her mother was a sparrow. By sheer magic, she was born. She spends her summers planting forests and spends the rest of her seasons teaching yoga in Kingston, ON.


One Response to “Instructions for a Bad Day. ~ Andie Britton-Foster”

  1. LauraeMarie says:

    Thank you!! <3

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