R E A D I N G Rosie by Anne Lamott, though kind of on hold in the midst of the move and such
W R I T I N G emails to Google Plus and Yahoo Small Business, because my people need to chat with their people about thangs.
L I S T E N I N G to the eerie quiet of our apartment after a long day of Youth Sunday, family memorial service, quick pitstop in BC for fruit snack and honeybuns, and lots of road time.
T H I N K I N G it's time to stop pretending adulthood is in an "8 hours of sleep" realm of existence.
S M E L L I N G enough to know it's time to shower.
W I S H I N G I could borrow Hermione's Time-Turner and be 3 places at once. So many adventures happening between family, friends, summer time, and we won't even mention the books to read, and I just want it all!!
H O P I N G some of the enthusiasm I'm witnessing from others will get me on the straight and narrow with working out regularly once again.
W E A R I N G sweats, socks, and a biggo hoodie.
L O V I N G our new place! I'm told it must be cognitive dissonance since it's smaller and is missing a bathroom compared to our old place, but I object to that assessment. This place is smaller, but cozier and more homey and all-around better located for walking and festivaling and strolling arm and arm with a big swig of bubble tea. :)
W A N T I N G sleep. So. Much. Sleep.
N E E D I N G motivation to get some work done, or more confidence in my ability to wake up early on the morrow.
F E E L I N G exhausted, but in a contented way. Yes, life is overwhelming right now, but that's because I've got this incredible dude and I'm getting to be a huge part of my sister's maturing and our event at work this week is shaping up to be incredible AND a huge benefit to homeless kids in our city. So, yeah. I really want to grab more margaritas with my ladies and spend more weekends visiting home and read more books, but I'm definitely not upset about the way things have shaped up thus far!
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