Friday, January 4, 2013

The Great List {01.04.13}

This is the first Great List of the new year!  Although it's only been four days, 2013 has quite a buzz surrounding it.  So many people I talk to are declaring 2013 as THEIR year.  Their year to focus on what matters, healthy living,  themselves, whatever it may be!

This year I made no real resolutions.  There is too much already on the "books" for our family to try to focus on anything else.  One thing I did promise myself was to continue finding the positive things in life to share and celebrate.  You'll see it here in the form of these weekly lists.

"This is my new friend."
1.  Shopping with Leila has always been fun.  She had a blast shopping with me at Old Navy and claimed this little girl was her new friend.  Leila laughed at all the mannequins in the other stores that had no heads and couldn't have been happier to find this family, complete with a dog, on our last stop.  This picture brings a smile to my face!

2.  New Year's Eve was way different this year being almost eight months pregnant.  We had a quiet night at a local pizza place, watched people celebrate on TV, and crashed right around midnight.  The next day I woke up refreshed and ready to conquer the zoo, something I would never be able to do after a typical New Year's Eve party.

3.  I went to my classroom (yay!) to drop off a few things and spent over an hour at lunch with a few of my closest teacher friends.  It was so nice to catch up with them after so long.  I really do miss that part of my life and am still on a high about starting my job on Tuesday.

“Do not spoil what you have by desiring what you have not; remember that what you now have was once among the things you only hoped for.” 
― Epicurus

Come back here each week for my newest list and don't forget to check out Betsy's list each week too.  Warning...positive thinking is addicting!

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