I took a little break from the blogging world this last week. Even though I posted a week ago tomorrow I feel as if I have been gone for a month. Odd how this addiction has grown…
As 2010 approaches I was mulling over what I have learned and/or accepted in 2009. I feel the need to share these discoveries and lessons:
Things I have learned and Things that I have accepted about myself – 2009
1. I have become dependent on Christ
2. The power of prayer is stronger than anyone can imagine
4. Blogging is fun and addictive
5. I am almost a Jedi master in the art of budgeting a grocery list
6. Even if it is a million degrees outside, Squash bugs will eat your plants
7. My husband does NOT like hot glue
8. Never take apart a table and leave the screws on the ground- I have found most of them
9. The older my children get the harder they play. The harder they play the more their laundry STINKS
10. I don’t like the part in church in which the pastor tells you to turn around and say hello to someone new…. I don’t know where their hands have been! They may love Christ but where were their hands last? Honestly, think about it.
11.Trying to expand my children’s taste in food is about as much fun as eight hour traffic school. (I have done both)
12. Katherine Heigl, outside of Greys Anatomy, is way overrated.
13. When repainting your chalkboard door, always do it in an area that has plenty of space, not the hallway! Otherwise there will be three giant spots on the carpet and an accidental knee in the top of the paint can and then the floor, causing spot number 4. My husband still thinks it is just dirt from the kids….
14. I love coffee with a passion. I would drink it all day if I could. Imagine my breath.. mmm… ya, no.
15. I am really a 75 year old woman in a 28 year old body. A great night for me is sitting in front of an old movie and crocheting. OLD OLD OLD OLD. P.S. – some of my old lady creations are on Etsy- another shameless plug for myself
16. Market research rocks
17. I like the Jackson 5. You do too, don’t lie to yourself
18. Facebook – enough said
19. Reading scripture daily improves my overall mood for the day
20. Christmas, celebrated without Santa and focused on Christ, rocked more than any other Christmas of the past.
Do you guys have any lessons learned, tips, etc from 2009? Leave a comment. Let’s all jump in.