When Water Is No Longer Needed

I don’t have a green thumb, your flowers aren’t safe with me. I tend to be a little extra at times, and I tend to continue to water a dying plant. I’m like Olivia Pope, I’m a fixer and I want to breathe life back into situations that are slowing dying.

Picture me watering can in my hand drowning dead situations, relationships and challenges. In my mind the right amount of water will do the trick and things will begin to perk up.

There comes a time when you have to notice the water overflowing, the dead leaves and accept the fact that it’s time to leave.

Situations won’t always blossom like we want them to and grow into something beautiful. That’s when we know it’s time to move on, and start over. Change is scary but change is necessary.

Stop watering a dead plant!

❤️

~Brooke

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