It’s been a long, long time since I’ve blogged or done Share Your World, but I’m ready to do some writing again. I’ve had an interesting seven months off, and am coming back from my little sabbatical with plenty of stories to share. A lot of things have changed, and nothing has changed. It’s hard to explain, but every life lesson that I’ve learned these last months have been so thoroughly integrated into me that it seems like they’ve always been a part of me. That makes it hard to tell you what’s new!
You’ll hear about my new word for this year… except Cee already beat me to it and published my new word and the wonderful graphic she created for me. But I can still tell you about what my yearly words mean to me.
You’ll also read about my newest challenge. I have a feeling that it’s going to include lots of humor along the way. It’s a 21 day challenge that takes most people an average of four to six months to complete. I’m on Day One for the third time. But more about that tomorrow.
So here are my answers to this week’s questions:
What caring thing are you going to do for yourself today? Taking it easy, drinking lots to encourage my head cold to exit quickly and just spend time being appreciative of all the incredible things in my life.
List at least five of your favorite spices? (excluding salt and pepper). Okay, I have trouble with this one. I don’t really do spices. I cut out salt a long time ago. I’ve never liked pepper. I don’t know that much about other spices. About the only thing I use regularly are Bragg’s Aminos in place of soy sauce. Yes, I’m a bland person. Guilty as charged.
What can you always be found with? My iPhone. I never know when I might need to jot down an idea, add to one of my many lists, or look something up.
What inspired you or what did you appreciate this past week?
So, so many things. I love and appreciate Cee and all the things she adds to my life. I appreciate her constantly improving health and the spiritual journey it’s taken us on. I love my two cats. What is inspiring me the most, though, is the new challenge I’ve started
The picture at the top of the page is a dream of perfection. Here’s what real life is like, except I would be holding a Kindle. My boys don’t like it when they aren’t the center of my world, so reading can be difficult sometimes.
Many, many blessings on you and those you love!