It has never been easy for me to accept a compliment. Maybe because I always sort of expected that I didn’t really deserve them…
Having said that, I’m getting better at accepting and thanking someone for them.
Then, something happened that completely blew me away. But first, a little preamble:
Continue reading Struggles with compliments
You know how everyone, their grandmother and their dog is into fitness these days?
Continue reading Running away from the couch
So last night I took my daughter to a bubble. This bubble:
Continue reading In the bubble
Yesterday I dropped off my beloved boots at the donation center.
Continue reading All about (my) boots
Addressing all GenXers:
I want to know what you wore when you were in highschool during the 80s. (This is for research purposes for a piece I’m writing.)
Continue reading What did you wear in your 1980s highschool days?
Yesterday I lost my reading glasses.
I had them at one point while shopping for my son (clothes, mostly). I remember distinctly that I had them on my face both in Walmart and at Winners. I needed to read the small print on the tags to ensure I bought the correct sizes.
Anyway back in the car I would consult my photographed list in my phone and also remember having had my glasses then.
When I got home they were gone.
Continue reading Same same, but different
On Monday the girl child went off to school as she always does. I spent my morning hours doing what I usually do while simultaneously doing a load of laundry when suddenly, I got a text from her.
My tummy hurts, can you please pick me up!
Continue reading Never a dull moment – Monday
Disclaimer: If you’re a delicate flower or easily offended I recommend you stop reading now. Also, I am neither tipsy (yet) nor crazy (debatable). You have been warned. 🙃
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I made a MAJOR decision today. Because the time has come and I can’t take it anymore.
I’ve mentioned my mantra before on this blog, right?
If not now, when?
Today is the day. Today is now.
Continue reading TMI Monday
At around the midpoint of my 40s I felt myself standing at the proverbial fork in the road contemplating my path forward.
These were the questions I asked myself:
Continue reading Tomorrow never comes