is how I'm feeling right now.
these next few months are going to be filled to the brim...and I'm mentally trying to figure out how to stay on top of everything and be ahead of the game!
this last week was a really good one...I got a lot accomplished...which makes me happy.
I'm trying to stop and savor moments...or at least I need to remind myself to do that more.
I've heard it said that you can be "in time"or "through time", and I think I'm more of a "through time" person....always looking ahead to the next thing.
the next shoot I have.
the next session to edit.
the next prints to order.
the next cards to design.
the next piano lesson to teach.
the next load of laundry to put in.
the next letter to write.
the next dishes to wash.
and I don't stop and really enjoy just enjoy life. I like being busy, and having lots going on keeps me on my toes and my days more focused and organized, but I don't want to miss the daily life moments.
hearing otto laugh.
playing football with my brothers.
family movie nights...[btw, watched 'the Lorax' last night with the littles--so fun!]
and just being still. life moves too fast for us to not stop and breathe and just focus on one thing. not our whole day, just the next thing.
I took the time this week to order some prints for myself....actually holding pictures in print instead of viewing them on a screen is becoming rare it seems.
can't wait to put some of these on cards or hang them up around the house!
I haven't had a 'score thrifty' post on the blog in awhile...because I haven't really been doing much thrifting! and the majority of what I have done has just been clothes that I've found on sale, and doing a whole post about clothes seems kind of weird....here are a few 'non-clothes' items I got recently..
75 cents for these candles.
$1 black flats [rockport brand]
today is my best friend's birthday...my Mom.
I hope you take some time to just stop and soak up life.
don't overbook your life [I'm talking to myself here!]
leave room to sit and savor the everyday moments.
celebrate the beauty of a simple life.