Outside my window… (weather, what do you hear, what do you see?) Is a quiet morning. After doing all of my chores including my workout I am enjoying a few moments of relaxation before getting ready for the kids and Master to come home 🙂
my thoughts… are on letting go of the past and not letting it hurt my future.
Today’s Quote: The thing to remember is that that the future comes one day at a time.
Dean Acheson, Communication Bulletin for Managers & Supervisors, June 2004
I am putting myself through training for a half marathon. I don’t usually like running on the treadmill as I am going no where just running in place. So I tell myself to take every mile one at a time and not look at the miles I have to do totally. This helps me get through my run without feeling like it is a drag. I also give my best to that one mile at a time.
My bad habit is looking at everything that I need to do and getting overwhelmed by everything I need to do. Master has told me that I tend to look at everything as if it needs to get done now. I would say that I need to now so that I can adjust to it but I don’t think that this way of thinking is working for me as I end up getting overwhelmed and depressed by everything that needs to get done.
So guess what I am going to take these things one day at a time. This is my new motto…one day at a time
i am thankful for…Master. I really do appreciate him.
From my service training…(any skills, training etc; notes you want to share this week) household organization and management
i am wearing…a black tshirt and black pants.
my adventures this week…(where are you going this week?) Are none.
Becoming well read…(What are you reading this week?) I am not reading or listening to anything at the moment.
Today’s Melody…(what music are you listening to? even if it’s just the sound of a bird…) no music today just the chirping of insects…LOL
Still….life(share a picture you’ve taken OR a picture you found online that speaks to you) Photo used with permission from:
Want to start something different. Here are the direct
Once a week on Monday you will respond to the above prompts.. more is better. Post your response on your blog or website.
Mention the blog (service savoir faire) and offer a link back to the main page of the blog. This way others can participate in the project as well! www.servicesavoirfaire.blogspot.com
So now that you know how, please feel free to join me.