Darling You're Already A Rose

Darling You’re Already A Rose

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Valentine’s Day is almost here. Are you going to be the one sitting around waiting for roses to be delivered to your door or desk?  I’m going to need you to stop looking and wishing.  Darling, you’re already a rose!

Darling You're Already a Rose!
Darling You’re Already a Rose!

So yes, it’s nice to receive roses.  Roses are beautiful flowers that come in a variety of colors and have their own distinctive scent.  There is a high demand for them every Valentines Day.  Even bro from down the block is  selling them out his car or slanging them on the busiest street corner in town! It’s really that serious!

It doesn’t matter if  they are long stemmed or short, we  want roses because they are the supposed international sign of love.    We go as far as hanging them upside-down to dry.  Place them in-between book pages. Or even frame them as if this will prove we are loved.  It’s the truth that I’m am even guilty of! But baby  guess what you’re already a rose.  So why go through all of that to keep one?

Are You One Of Them?

I used to be that girl who looked on in awe as roses were delivered to the a co-worker after co-worker’s desk.  Sitting there looking from the corner of my eye, hoping and wishing the next delivery would be to my desk or doorstep next.  I know I’m not the only one!  Each time the the delivery person walked by, my feelings would turn more and more sour. Then negative self-talk took over.  Am I not worthy of such a gift?  What’s wrong with me?  Did I not leave enough hints? Doesn’t he know roses would make me feel special?  The list of questions in my head grew longer and longer each year.

You Are A Rose
The Roses You Wish For Are Already Within. You're Already A Rose
The Roses You Wish For Are Already Within

Listen, you are already a rose.  Before negative feelings begin to pop up in your head, I am going to need to need you to start working on changing your way of thinking. The roses you wish for are already within.   So try telling yourself this instead:

  • God is love and He placed love in my heart before birth.
  • I am one-of-kind and no one can duplicate this fabulousness.
  • My life is a blessing to me, and those I allow to be in it.
  • I woke up today. It’s God’s way of telling me I still have another day to blossom.
Darling You’re Already A Rose

Now that you know you’re already a rose maybe you won’t get so bent out of shape if you don’t receive roses this Valentine’s day.  Remember that YOU are the rose so hold your head high!

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I hope you consider subscribing and joining the  other dozens of roses in my Rose Garden.  Don’t forget to give this blog post a like, leave me a comment, and share this across social media.  I want everyone to know their a rose too!

 


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4 thoughts on “Darling You’re Already A Rose”

    1. Yes indeed! I knew I wasn’t the only one whose ever felt that way. I mean it’s a
      only natural to have that feeling when everyone around you is getting them. I appreciate you reading my post thank you so much!!!

  1. I never expect anything on Valentine’s day from my fiance. I believe I should be showered with his love all throughout the year and vice versa. The world has us making Gifts more valuable then our partner and Jesus. I am so grateful for this post. We all need this reminder of who our identity belongs to invest our desires on things that are more purposeful.

    1. Thank you. I wish more people would realize the materialistic things don’t matter. Objects are not a permanent fix for how we feel in our hearts and minds.

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