Thank you to Ruth for this community of celebration. Please join us!
Do weeks have a "feeling"? You know, like how Mondays often feel slow-moving and Fridays feel exciting because we anticipate the weekend...can weeks have feelings like that? The week before felt slow and sad to me. I felt disconnected and I struggled to celebrate, but this week felt different. This week felt hopeful and happy. The celebrations abound! Here we go...
I celebrate organizing. Cleaned out my work email. Having hundreds of emails hanging out in my inbox stresses me out! I needed to organize and purge. It gives me such a feeling of accomplishment and freedom to see this! LOOK! Here's a picture:
I celebrate my new cozy sweatshirt! It makes me smile every time I see it. I love that it supports DFTBA!
I celebrate my photo a day project! It's been so much fun seeing exactly where I am at 5:22pm everyday. I am documenting this project over at Instagram. I'd love for you to follow! You can find me at @Mhaselti.
I celebrate reading. I love to read but there are times when I struggle to find that book that grabs me! This week I found one. I can't put this book down. I love it!! It's one of those books that I'm savoring so I don't finish too quickly. It's a memoir and I'll be writing an entire blog post about it. The book is Carry On, Warrior by Glennon Doyle Melton. You may be familiar with her blog Momastery. Reading this book is like meeting a new friend.
I celebrate Grandma Dinners. School ends at 3:30 and it usually takes me at least another hour to get out of the building. Sometimes I grab dinner on the way home. Yes, at 4:30 or 5:00. Joking with friends about this we came up with the name Grandma Dinners and it stuck! No disrespect to any grandmas out there!
Here's wishing your week was filled with celebrations too!