Your Outer Shell

This is Fruitycake The Raccoon. My persons call me outgoing. Happy. Excited. I guess they call me an extrovert. Yes. I like everyone until they give me a reason not to.

Brickle is the opposite of me. He says he’s called an introvert. That’s a fancy word I guess for feeling what you feel and keeping it to yourself. Brickle doesn’t like anyone until they give him a reason to.

We are all different, I’m finding out.

And I seem to be wonder sometimes if everyone is different in the way we feel. Or just the way we show how we feel.

Yesterday, we left the mountains of this North Carolina place for a place called the Outer Banks.

Brickle says that they were here before with Digby. Many years ago.

I like the fact that Digby has been to the places I get to go. I feel like he paved the way for me. I feel my feelings on the outside.

And I feel honored to walk in the same steps as my brother, Digby.

Even though Brickle misses Digby, probably more than anyone, he doesn’t talk about it much. He keeps it on the inside and his outer shell is strong. I wish sometimes that he would feel it on the outside though. So that I would know how to help him.

Is your outer shell an honest one? Or does it hide your true self? There’s nothing wrong with being strong. But the more that you hide your feelings, the more you may forget about them yourself.

You may put off things you need to feel.

None of us know how many seasons we have left. Whether we are young or old.

Let this be the season of your life that you become who you are on the inside. Others need to see how wonderful you are.

We are here in the Outer Banks of North Carolina until Sunday in order to get some beach time.

Stay tuned to see where we go next.

Fruitycake The Raccoon

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