Thursday, March 2, 2017

SOL Challenge Day 2: Currently.

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Oh no!  On Day 2:  Nothing went as planned, my 8 year old didn't feel well today, I'm now home alone with a puppy who wants to dig up my carpet, my back hurts, and I just want to drink tea.  

But here we go...

What a neat idea for daily journaling...I would love to make one of these for myself!:

1.  Listening:  to the TV in the background.

2.  Eating:  A LOT of Girl Scout cookies.  Whoops.

3.  Drinking:  Tea at night.

4.  Wearing:  Old clothes.  I tackled a bathroom tonight.  And then wrote new house rules...watch

5.  Feeling:  Reflective.  Motivated.  And yet, tired.

6.  Weather:  Partly cloudy.  29 Degrees.

7.  Wanting:  Another Cookie.

8.  Needing:  To Stop eating cookies.

9.  Thinking:  What can I learn?  Is there something else?

10:  Enjoying:  The idea of tomorrow.  A Fish Fry and Country Music.

Joy!
Kendra

5 comments:

  1. I love this currently prompt. I want to do something like this every month. I think it would be cool to look back on. Oh and now I want a cookie.

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  2. I'm wondering if those were Thin Mints ;) I had a few while editing tonight's post! There is something about the power of chocolate that helps me get words in print, right? That's my story anyway.

    I always love the authenticity of your writing, and the inherent joy that emanates from the page. Thanks for sharing!

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  3. Oh, thanks for reminding me about the new pack of Thin Mints I hid in the back of the freezer! :) Perfect little thoughtful slice about your day! Can't wait to hear more about the country music coming up tomorrow!
    Happy writing, Kendra!

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  4. I hope you had another cookie. We all need a few (or more) cookies.
    I heart going to a really good fish fry! Yummy!

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  5. I've written house rules after cleaning...Dang! Then I forget to make them follow them (again)!

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