Holly Honeychurch

Holly Honeychurch

I’ve started to notice when I scowl, grimace or frown. And I don’t like it. Even in moments of stress, I’d prefer to have a soft placid face rather than one with harsh lines and a grumpy expression. It’s something to think about. I’m human with a multitude of expressions but what expressions do I want to put out into the world? What can I possibly have to frown about in my beautiful rich life? I don’t need to frown. I don’t need to scowl. I’m doing it over the smallest things. It’s not healthy or productive. It’s just a habit that can be fixed. One from childhood probably, to get my own way or make the world pay attention to me. It’s time for my face to become vibrant and full of positive expressions. Whatever I see and whatever’s going on at the time.