My Heart Is Full

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I had such a great evening. I am so darn serious sometimes. Last night, I spent some time with Mr. Silly. I must remember how blessed I am to have a son who is so light hearted and full of life. He is a reminder that the happiest people of all are the ones who are more silly and less somber. He is a free spirit with clever wit and has a laugh that makes my heart sing. He is so curious and genuinely compassionate. He is a mixture of red bull and pop rocks, just exploding with excitement to live his life. His excitement toward learning is exhausting and contagious at the same time. He is a talker, a communicator and I love that he enjoys sharing with me as much as he does. He makes me laugh and he finds a way to pick me up when I have lost my way. I am so blessed for the amazing life I have. He is a reminder to not take everything to heart. He is an example of freedom and happiness and his spirit is surrounded by the most beautiful light. He is funny by nature and kind to the core. He is a ray of sunshine on a dreary day. He is my sparkle on the dullest day. 

I am so grateful for so many amazing things in my life. My heart is so full. What are you grateful for today?

Silly Me

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I have no idea why you all love hearing about these kinds of things, but time has shown me that you really do. So, with no further ado. here is a list of some pretty silly things I did this week…

1) Typed mom in the search window on Facebook and then got mad it didn’t automatically pull her up.

2) Panicked when I looked in the mirror at my face dripping blood, then realized it was red velvet cupcake batter!

3) Sent an email to my sons principal about a fundraiser and cc’d a board member in after making a complaint a week earlier. Embarrassing! Think she noticed? Oops wrong email!

4) So I did my usual sprint from Walmart to the car but had to take 3 laps because I forgot where I parked.

5) Prayed to God that if He’d let me weigh 117 then I would not continue to stuff so many sweets in my face. Opened my eyes, read 116.6 and said nevermind, forget what I just said!

6) Write down all the silly things I do in a week

Okay! GO! Let’s hear some of yours…