Today is day 3 without Diet Coke (okay, I had one caffeine-free one last night, but that doesn’t count.) I can hardly believe it. Maybe this is really doable after all!
I have to be totally honest with myself in order to move forward.
This is my 200th post.
We may be under a semi-permanent heat advisory but it feels so good to open the sliding glass door at night. I can’t wait until I can open it and actually feel a cool breeze.
Friends can be the best source of accountability.
I rambled this off while in a conversation with my friend Tamye earlier this week, “Take life nice and easy; enjoy the ride and the scenery.” I wrote it on a sticky not and stuck it to my fridge so I can alway see it. I’m shifting my perception and it feels good.
Regarding situations and people I cannot change nor want to be a part of, I am no longer wondering the “why?” of it. I’ll do my part, do what I have to, but no longer do I need to overly involve myself.
I want to create and create and create some more.
My friends and their families are coming over for dinner tomorrow and I’m excited.
It’s hard to not be a control freak sometimes.
This is a recent piece of graffiti on my commute. Whenever I pass it I wonder about it. Question who? Question what? Who do you question? What do you question? Do you question?
Life would be so dull without Mexican food.
It’s amazing what you receive when you set your intention.
I now know for a fact that my neighbors are not snowbirds. As I leave for work at 6 AM they have their front door open, enjoying the morning before it gets too toasty. I still don’t see them but at least I know they’re there.
I know the words to more nursery rhymes and toddler songs than I ever wanted to.
I love feeling comfortable. In relationships, in life, in my skin.
It’s pretty amazing that we’re on the downhill slide of 2009.
Wishing you a weekend of fun and happiness and whatever it is you want!