Pretty Palette: Wine And Cheese Party with Fresh Fig Recipes — EVENT 29

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If you haven’t heard it’s wine week on Showerbelle, so we have a ton of posts on how to do everything from host a wine tasting bridal shower to free printables and tutorials. I’ve also put together several wine themed color palettes for you to choose from. This wine palette is special because it’s not only pretty, but every single item on it is something you can serve at a wine and cheese party AND all the recipes are linked below!

Roasted Fig & Walnut Parfait By the Roast Root | Fall Cheese Plate on William-Sonoma | Fig Bubbly by Valley & Co. | Fig and Cheese Crostini Appetizer via Foodie Crush | Marinated Mozzarella via Martha Stewart Living

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Two years ago, after breaking up with the person I thought I'd spend the rest of my life with, I cried "this is not how my life was supposed to be" aloud in the middle of the night as cleaned Jeff's first projectile barf out of the carpet. But honestly, it was so pathetic that I actually started laughing.

Three weeks ago, I found out that Jeff doesn't have much time left.

It turns out that life is not a romantic comedy. Sometimes you systematically lose everything you've ever worked for over the course of five years, and you have to pretend that starting over with a blank slate is a great opportunity even when it's essentially just a lot of work that perpetually fails to produce a return on your investment of time and mental energy. 
Honestly, I don't what my point is other than to say that I've been through more than you can ever imagine. Things that you could not even think to make up, I survived.

Sometimes something happens that is so bad that you're like, "this is the thing that will probably kill me," and then that's the idea that you latch on to. It's actually kind of embarrassing when it doesn't kill you, and you're like "jk." .
It turns what doesn't kill you will make you stronger is a real thing. But also just because you're not dead doesn't mean it doesn't genuinely suck.

If you're a crazy person right now because of what you've been through, that's legit. Embrace it. Don't try to pretend like you haven't lost you're mind and that it's business as usual. Just be like "this is me, and I need to stay in with my cats to binge watch episodes of 'I Survived' every night. Deal with it." I guess what I'm saying is that if you've experienced massive loss or disappointment, and you have to fight with your brain on the regular, don't feel like you need to try harder or fix something about yourself. You should be kind to yourself because pretending like you're always fine is mentally and physically exhausting. It's okay if you're not fine. Life isn't perfect. You're still loved. Yes or no?Yes or no? A vanilla sunset with red wine tonight.A vanilla sunset with red wine tonight.


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