Hi everyone! Happy belated groundhog day. Can you believe that in 2018 we still rely on a rodent to predict the weather? Guess what? 6 more weeks of winter. Thank you #captainobvious But seriously. In addition to being disappointed in this crummy weather, I'm a little disappointed in myself. I have gone a little longer than normal without blogging but I'm finally starting to get back into a routine. I recently started a new job so it's taken a bit of time to establish some . . .
Follow my blog with Bloglovin It begins like this: You wake up feeling like roadkill. You've tried to escape this fate. Flu shot? Check. Frequent hand washing? Obvi. Hand sanitizer? Attached to key chain. In spite of all of the preventative measures, sometimes you just get sick. And so, as I wait for my antibiotics to kick in, allow me to share with you some of the things that keep me sane when I'm feeling under the weather: 1. Chicken soup (not . . .
Hey everyone! This has been a roller coaster of a week. As my Weight Watchers leader Rose asked this morning: "What have you done for yourself?" Well I'll tell you what I did: I got myself up and out to the meeting this morning. If you recall, last week I pressed that snooze button, hid under the covers AND enjoyed some me time. Sometimes you need to have those days. While everyone in our household is a little under the weather, I'm so glad I went today. Weight Watchers . . .
Confession Time: This Yenta loves country music and my favourite show on tv right now is Nashville, a country musical drama on CMT. Judge away but honestly, it’s the perfect blend of ooey gooey drama and schmaltzy romance. ("So angsty", as Adam loves to say.) Anyways, while playing with Ethan this morning, we were listening to the Nashville soundtrack and the song “A Life That’s Good”, by Lennon and Maisy Stella came on and I got into one of my self-reflective moods. . . .
Sometime life gets pretty complicated. You might find yourself in unexpected places dealing with things beyond your control. Bitterness. Anger. Frustration. It's okay to have feelings. Right? I certainly went through all these and then some over the last 24 hours when our home was pretty much turned upside down. At the end of the day, it's just stuff. I still believe you need to advocate for yourself and others when their are clear signs of wrong doing. But then after the dust settles . . .