The photo organization project that never got off the ground last week is now complete! And Beau’s scrapbook is actually getting done, slowly but surely.
Naps are wonderful.
“In three words I can sum up everything I’ve learned about life: it goes on.” — Robert Frost – My thoughts exactly.
I think I’m a pretty good student, but sometimes it takes more than one go round and a few bonks on the head to learn a lesson that keeps smacking me in the face. It has been learned.
Joy is something you choose.
I refuse to stress.
In less than a week Beau will no longer be 1. It’s hard to wrap my mind around that thought.
Another thing I’m having trouble wrapping my mind around is that kids go back to school in less than a month!
I make to do lists at work so I’m going to start making to do lists for fun things.
I’m excited for our play day tomorrow. We’re taking the car into the shop and since it will be done later that afternoon and since the shop isn’t so close to home we’ll be out and about all day!
When I’m cranky and agitated it’s because my needs aren’t being met…spiritual, emotional, physical. I have to be the first person to meet them.
We create our own reality. Yes, there are exceptions, but really you create the way you live your life.
I’m considering buying a broom and putting a big bow on it for Beau’s birthday. That’s all he wants. Maybe this will be the year he learns it’s not so fun to dump things out just to sweep them up again. There’s enough to sweep without adding more to the pile. Or maybe it’s not the year for this lesson. We’ll see.
Today’s my sister’s birthday. Happy birthday Hannah!
Sure life is busy for everyone, but we still need to take a moment out of our busy days and weeks and months and years and remember to enjoy it and enjoy the people we are sharing it with.
Shane and I are such Libras and Beau is such a Cancer. He’s my moon-water baby.
The sun is bright and hot and brutal and it’s going to be 114 this weekend, which leads me to this pondering…I don’t understand how anyone can drive in Arizona without tinted car windows.
You can find beauty in almost anything. Even in a steelyard. You just have to open your eyes.
Enjoy your weekend!