Mondays are for “Share Your World” on Cee’s Beautiful Blog. Sit back, grab a Smart Water and enjoy, as I share my world…
Wanting something to quench your thirst, what would you drink?
To quench my thirst, I would definitely drink some [filtered/purified/pristine] Smart Water. Is the water actually smart? Absolutely! I’ve always been told, “You ARE what you drink.”…Well, that’s not the precise wording of the well-known quote, however, in my own mind, it works.
What made you feel good this past week?
Does today count as “this past week?” If so, the fact I am here typing answers to Cee’s SYW post, is an absolutely awesome feeling! Life got really busy and my blogging waned heavily. Life is still quite busy, however, I am inspired and thrilled to be here.
When you’re alone at home, do you wear shoes, socks, slippers, or go barefoot?
Our new home has new carpet and a new rule: NO SHOES ALLOWED! Who breaks that rule? ME. Yes, I made the rule…so, I can break the rule. Can I get an AMEN?!
Socks: I love them, however, I think my feet must really stink because they always disappear and resorting to thieving my children’s socks is just wrong…I have no idea why I would even need to mention that idea…
Slippers don’t do well on stairs- they literally slip off and I find them to be hazardous.
This leaves me with one noble option: barefoot.
Would you rather live where it is always hot or always cold?
Neither. Hot means you never get to snuggle. Cold means you are always snuggling. Where’s the balance in either of those options?
Scientifically speaking (and I am NO scientist) and in logical terms (and I am not entirely logical)- if I were to always live in the heat or always live in the cold, my physical composition should shift/adjust to my constant climate. With this scientific logic, it wouldn’t be bad to have to choose one over the other since my body will acclimate accordingly in time.
Bonus question: What are you grateful for from last week, and what are you looking forward to in the week coming up?
Last week was beautiful-not because the weather was perfect or my pre-teen spoke respectfully to me while waves of obnoxiousness flooded her brain. The beauty was in the finish and the finish was my realization that my sanity was in tact and I had some sanity to spare. I am grateful for my thorn…ummm, I mean, daughter. Note: She is my first little love and if she happens to read this one day, I hope she see’s the deep love I have always had for her.
The new week has begun: one day down, several to go. I truly look forward to battling my daughter (some more.) I think these battles are learning moments for us both since I can choose to react horribly or with the grace God has blessed upon me. One fine day, she will be able to draw wisdom from these toe-to-toe battles, and perhaps skip some of the trials she might otherwise have to endure.
That’s a wrap for this week!