Well, it’s official. We are closing today at 2pm on our new house and we are saying goodbye to our first family home forever by Thursday. It’s a crazy whirlwind of emotions- but overall, we are so excited for the journey ahead of us. I am doing a quick little blog just to give an update and also to let you all know I might be missing from the blog for a few days!
Also- shout out to my love, as it’s his 28th birthday today. I am so proud of him and happy he made it another year. Here is to another fantastic year- watching him be an admirable coach, teacher, partner, and most of all-father.
Quick Co-Star Notes:
Thought of the day: Your body was meant to endure.
Revisit your childhood obsessions. What did you collect, what phases did you repeat, what hat couldn’t you leave the house without? There is information in your early proclivities. Let that information guide yourself. Flag down the ice cream truck instead of letting it pass. Give yourself the treat your inner treat would have wanted. Your work this month is to understand the difference between your fantasy life and consensus reality. When you open up your head for just anyone, you undermine yourself. Examine your cyclical thoughts, until you find a loophole. Your main challenge right now is to control the tension between your desire to transform and the resistance of your emotional self. You don’t need to dismiss your passions, nor suppress them, but you need to learn to control the timing of them.
Personal Note: Well, just a brief answer to the questions- I collected everything. I was a little pack rat as a child. I loved and wanted to keep everything that touched my fingers. I was obsessed with my childhood blankie that I got from the hospital after getting diagnosed with Type One Diabetes and for a while, you couldn’t pry me out of a Powerpuff Girl t-shirt. I was obsessed with my older cousin Melissa- I wanted to be just like her, down to her adorable lisp she had as a child. I always admired her kindness and sweet soul.
That is all for today- I will ponder the above question on my own for the rest of the day- but for now- leave your answers down below. What were your childhood favorites, phases, and collections? Thank you so much for reading, your presence is appreciated. I hope you have a wonderful week- wish us luck on these moving days!