“All generalizations are false,
including this one.”
- Mark Twain
Deep breaths. It’s okay.
I mean, it really is okay. It’s not me just trying to convince myself. I think.
I felt much better after some emails with an old friend who reappeared out of the blue. Then he called and we gossiped. Which, you know, always makes me feel better.
I’m so ready to flip my calendar over. I want to be able to see Christmas.
I have a pretty bad hangnail right now. It made me miss Steph, Kevin, Bryan, Gena, and Nina.
Bryan treated me to a wonderful dinner last night. We went to Tellinis, where I was so excited to see that they’re now offering “endless pasta”, so I took them up on their offer. I don’t think they had really expected anyone to return and ask for more, but I sure did. I tore up some fettucini alfredo. It was great.
Then we took the dogs for a LONG walk all through Five Points. It was a gorgeous night.
And there’s nothing better than walking up to your own house and seeing the glow of your Christmas tree. It’s nice and warm. Good times.
Hope everyone has a great Wednesday!
“Success without honor is an unseasoned dish;
it will satisfy your hunger,
but it won’t taste good.”
- Joe Paterno
I don’t understand.
I don’t understand why people make choices that they can’t fulfill. I just honestly don’t get it. You wanna have a kid? Great. There are choices, sacrifices, and rewards that all come with that. If you can’t make all the sacrifices, you don’t get all of the rewards. Yes, it is that simple.
I don’t understand why I always am made to feel like the bitch when I stand up for my house.
I don’t get that.
I am severely, horribly, mightily frustrated today.
To-Do for 2013
* Be pregnant. Enjoy it. Make it meaningful.
* Allow some wiggle room.
* As many overnight adventures as we can fit in.
* Refocus finances.
* Post-pregnancy, get back into running.
* Read a book a month (not school or work related).
* Get the boys to play frisbee golf several times a month.
About Sarah Lena
Mom to a 5 year old, StepMom to a 12 year old, and Wife to a 40 year old, Sarah Lena is busy. She is a wrangler of rocket engineers by day, and a student and voiceover artist by night. She has an unabashed love of food, local theatre, and beauty products.