Rising above it. Trying to not to be stuck in your past, experiences, and not taking it as an identity. Not continuing to embrace the things that happened to you so you can get on with your life is something that I continue to work through.
Today, I am doing it well. I am not apologizing for my existence. I am a concerned and caring mother, wife, and friend. I love my husband with passion. I love my boys with every fiber of my being. I enjoy taking care of their needs. I enjoy watching them grow.
I hiccup is being stuck in my old behaviors of not being good enough. Today. I am good enough.
Thursday, May 7, 2015
Wednesday, May 6, 2015
I blame the tablet. Having a tablet with apps makes it really unfriendly to sitting and writing. In my opinion. I am old school and like the keyboard. I think my mind works better when all fingers are firing instead of just my thumbs.
That and the fact that life as been busy. What's new with me?
Well, still a SAHM but my kids are now in school for most of the day. I still have chores like laundry (puke), cleaning bathrooms, dishes, and repeat.
My skin has been behaving while not fully cleared, I have not had severe outbreaks which keeps me awake most of the night itching.
I am still sewing. In fact, I started a sewing club (free to anyone) to come and learn to sew, continue working on stuff you do sew, or just get ideas from others. I am very proud that this club is going strong two years!!! I recommend if you have a talent to share with the public, the library is a great meeting place.
As far as weight and health, I am still under 140 lbs but have not ran further than 5 miles. I do a lot of boot camp at home. The lovely husband and I are still coaching our boys in soccer. So much fun to see the growth each season. These three are still the loves of my life.
Lastly, I have been dabbling in a little catering. Making money...um not really just enough to make it fun. Can I feed a family on this...HELL No...
Now, I am off to clean up dishes after dinner. Hope all is well in blogland.
Posted by Ramblin' On at 5:46 PM