Journal Dec 19th – 25th

thCAG8SPUZ (Bing.com photo credit)

Dec 19th

Question? If you could change one thing about today, what would it be?

2012

My energy level. I need to be more fit.

2013

I wish I was further on my books. I wish I had one published already.

Dec 20th

Question? What is your dream vacation?

Lighthouse (Bing.com photo credit)

2012

A warm place enjoying the beach and all the kids with us.

2013

I would love a trip for hubby and I. It would be great to tour the castles in Germany together.

Dec 21st

Question? If you could be the best at anything, what would it be?

2012

All things creative! Writing and artistic. I don’t think that’s too much to ask for? 🙂

2013

The best person ever. I want to be nice to people. I want to be a good mom and wife. 🙂

Dec 22nd

Question? Did you meet someone new recently? If so, who was it?

2012

No, I haven’t. I stay home mostly.

2013

No, I’m a non-social person right now. I think that will change this next year with an outside job. 🙂

Dec 23rd

Question? What’s your favorite cereal?

2012

Mini-wheats! Love them! 🙂

2013

I’ve been loving raisin bran lately. Good for me also. 🙂

Dec 24th

Question? Write down a recent transition.

2012

Adapting to living in a bigger town again. 🙂

2013

The boys being in different schools for the first time. Or is that their transition? 🙂

Dec 25th

Question? Write down five words that describe today.

Merry-Christmas(My creation)

2012

Happy. Loved. Stuffed. Laughs. Special.

2013

Loved. Stuffed. Disappointed. Laughs. Worried.

3 thoughts on “Journal Dec 19th – 25th

  1. “The best person ever. I want to be nice to people. I want to be a good mom and wife.” Oh, you’ve got this down pat. I love your optimism and enjoy when you share your love of your family. I’m sorry that you have the words disappointed and worried in your words for today, but loved and stuffed certainly go a long way toward making one feel better. 🙂

    • I have had my moments though. Live and learn, I think I have. 🙂 The disappointed came from a certain teenager making a choice that wasn’t what we would have liked. It bummed the whole family for awhile. He is learning. We have faith. Someday those grandkids he gives us will prove we were right. LOL. Thank you. 🙂

      • We’ve been there. Our son and I talked about this just a few nights ago – that we allowed him to make his own decisions and some of them were mistakes. Sometimes they just have to find their own way – and yes, you have to have faith for it all to work out in the end. 🙂

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