They say it takes two weeks to make a habit. Never in my life would I have ever considered myself to be the “house-wife” I am today, but I’ve mastered the routine of a cleanly home– and it’s slightly freaking me out. We even make our bed– who am I?
This is not a pity post in the slightest. While, I was fired from a job that I thought I was doing well at, took a millennial employee under my wing, and stood up to my boss for an injustice, I’m not here to talk about any of that. I’m also not here to discuss…
Until I acquire something that will pay the bigger bills, I will talk about dreams. Because, dreams are good. And need just as much thought, effort, and validation for happiness as does anything else in life. Dreams keep us focused on what’s important. And we incorporate them with our goals to reach a higher life…
This isn’t your typical Modern Day Homesteading post. But, I shall share with you that life sometimes gives you curve balls beyond your control.
Sometimes I dislike any “timeline memories.” They can be a let down if, for example, Spring never exists and you go straight from Winter to Summer.
Happy Anniversary to us! One year of blogging, though April was bypassed due to constant bronchial sickness, a spout of ennui, and a bit of melancholy (it happens every year)– sounds like a witch’s spell. Haha!
We picked up two more khaki campbells (I can already tell one is a boy and one is a girl– super powers). Like actual children, you quickly forget how messy they are and how fast they grow.
Gotcha! Or maybe I should say healthier chocolate? I am a sucker for chocolate. But, most of it has been found to contain soy. Lots and lots of soy. Or sometimes even heavy metals depending on the soil.
To want someone to succeed and to help them do so, in my opinion, is an act of selflessness. They always say to be with someone that makes you feel the way you do when you see your favorite meal. And as much as I love tacos, I say, be with someone that no matter…
I thank Google everyday for helping me raise my little one. Not everyone has a village.