Mrs. AOK, a Work in Progress|Life is 10% of what happens to you, and 90% of how YOU react.|People Matter


I have so much to say, but I don’t have anything to say. I need time to think, I need time to put all the words together to make sense and not come off overly hot and angry. I need time to compose. I leave you with this thought: How you react to situations or people says a lot about you and your life. Get your life right. 🙂 Love each other. People matter.


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12 Responses to Wordless Wednesday: How will you react?

  1. Karen says:

    I hope everything is okay!

  2. Hope everything ok and that you can piece together words/thoughts for whatever happened. Definitely our lives are our reactions to the great and not-so-great things that happen to us.

    • MrsA0K2001 says:

      I’m good, Lisa. Thanks for checking in. 🙂
      I think I may have pieced thoughts together, maybe not super eloquently or grammatically, but better than a string of curse words, WTFs, and hot faced emojis. 🙂
      When you step back and realize how our reactions = our lives, WOW!
      I hope I’m reacting right, I hope I hope that I can pause before I react.

  3. Sonya says:

    People do matter. It is so sad that the police officer shot an unarmed person in the back. He reacted very badly. The world can be such a scary place.

    • MrsA0K2001 says:

      Horribly bad. His reaction to take the life of another breaks my heart.
      Yes, this world can be scary. I’m thankful for those who put their hand in the air to “help” make this place a little less scary. I’m saddened by the ones who end up joining in on the ugly.

  4. Bev says:

    At first I wasn’t sure what this was in reference to, but then I heard about the shooting and I’m assuming that’s what this is about. I don’t know what’s going on with our country right now, but something really has to change.

    • MrsA0K2001 says:

      Yes, we need a change. We need to teach compassion as a class in our schools and certainly in our homes. Common sense should be a course too, something that teaches people to think before reacting. I don’t know…

  5. Tamara says:

    Oh, so true. I often have to step back and think before I react because I can be really hot-headed. Surprising, right? You can’t tell on the blog!

  6. Chastity says:

    Sometimes I bite my tongue so hard I’m surprised it doesn’t bleed. I’m so saddened by the shooting in your neck of the words. I don’t understand what makes people react the way they do. We seem to live in a society where personal responsibility is gone and it’s so easy to blame or take out our feelings/actions on others. Actions have consequences… somehow we’ve forgotten that. xoxo

    • MrsA0K2001 says:

      I am tongue-bitter too. I use to be a super hot-head and that hasn’t completely left me, so I try to push it down, but it finds it’s way out… sometimes. For the most part I’m good at holding it back.

      I agree people should really just stop and consider the consequences of their actions.

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