The party was a bit of fun, my husband and I shuffled through a couple of 1950s songs played in the style of the 1920s, then we went to one of the bars before it go too crowded.
I should brush my teeth every day, drink enough water, get enough sleep and write a gratitude journal. I’ll accept my own judgementality on some things. I could do a million and one different things every day. Some of them I do, some of them I don’t, some succeed and some fail. There’s less sting in could than should.
I am on Instagram, I look at a lot of cats and a few people I know. I’m also on Pinterest, recipes and sewing are my main jag.
Seeing the stuff I knew being part of the course makes me feel like I’m further ahead than I thought which is encouraging. Seeing the stuff I didn’t know has been good to find out new stuff and surprising sometimes. I’m not using half of the techniques I should be here, for example (and that last sentence is appalling). Maybe they will come in more, but maybe not.
Had brunch with a visiting friend today and we came up with a great character to kill off – my first murder! So exciting.
I think most of life’s problems have been fixed in Wicked the musical, or a Paul Kelly song.
Today I’ve started late again because I’ve been very busy domestically. I’ve folded and put away some washing, put on a pot roast, baked a caked, changed the sheets and done some embroidery. Its 11.32 am
For a health reasons I’m making changes to the way I eat. I have previously been known to complain about the faddishness of green juice, and now I drink one every day. It’s ok to change your mind. Now I’m limiting dairy and grains because I’ve tried it before and felt good and having read … Continue reading Day 3 – Hostess dilemma