5 Things I Don’t Have Time to Tell You
I’m sure if I went to a therapist and described how I spend my time, I would be diagnosed with adult ADD. I’m not making fun of anyone with that diagnosis. I just know that I can make a solid plan for my day and then I’m too easily blown off course.
The other morning I was on facebook and saw this picture.
My whole family took a look and declared that it was the BEST-EST housing situation ever. I’m sure this has something to do with the fact that there are 7 of us crammed into a 3 bedroom/1 bath starter home. We discussed plans for building our own trailer mansion some day. Don’t be surprised if I throw a picture of a similar pile of trailers up on my facebook page some day and say it’s my new home. You never know with my family.
I thought about how much I enjoyed the craziness of that home and went off in search of images of other crazy houses on Pinterest. I’m sure an hour slipped by, possibly more. I loved every minute but then I felt guilty for wasting time.
This morning, my goal was to sit down and write. We have a Girl Scout event to be at later today but I HAD plenty of time to sit down and write a well thought out, hopefully encouraging blog post. I started my morning by watching the video that I’ve dubbed The Self Care Video. I felt interconnected with everyone and full of love and all of the warm fuzzy feelings that go along with taking time to do Self Care.
I would’ve been able to move on to writing a blog post had I not caught a glimpse of a parody of Frozen’s Let It Go, called It Is Cold. That was it. Time disappeared as I watched several more parodies. My favorite one was Do You Want To Be My Boyfriend?
And that’s all I have time to share today.
I don’t have time to tell you 7 ways you could love yourself more
about the awesome conversation I had with the librarian that started because she liked my new shirt! (Click on the picture to see more styles.)
and her thoughts on what it means to be a woman…and she used my favorite word, BALANCE.
I don’t have time to tell you how I cleared off the National Women’s History Month book display in the children’s section because ALL of the books were AMAZING!!! I did give the other moms a shot at them (I really did) or about Amelia Bloomer who saved us all from having to wear corsets and 40 pound dresses.
And I don’t have time to tell you about Liz Ferro’s book Finish Line Feeling.
I will. Just not today.