These are all the items I took with me when Haris was going to lay down to take a nap. My intentions were to read each book for 20 minutes, journal for 10 minutes or so, work on a monologue, reassess my goals and plan, answer 2 emails, and read 3 others. Easy enough.
The title of this blog sounds like a fix all problem solving self-help book. And perhaps this post/experience was a lesson for me. For 1.5 years my car’s key fob has not been working. Replace the battery you suggest, yep did that. I put the battery in wrong . . . ? Lol! No, I tried that too, that would’ve been hilarious if that had been the 1.5 year problem though.
This past week I entered a short story writing competition! Yay! Go Court go! The story had to be 1500 words or less. And there were a few challenges I hadn’t expected.
Puppies have the cutest floppy ears, an always licking everything pink tongue, soft whines, clumsy feet, they’re adorable, sweet, loving, and oh yeah, they poop.
And last week, I went to a film festival . . .
We were not going to ask for help to move…crazy huh? Like standing on dynamite?
Some of our problems we create by simply not asking for help.
And I can say for me, there was some pride in not asking for help to move. I don’t normally ask for help, because receiving help can sometimes make me feel weak, not enough, that I should pay for the help, or that no one really wants to do this/that, I mean would I?