Wednesday, April 27, 2011

All in a days work

I've included a bunch of positive affirmations in this post for anyone who might stumble upon this blog and need some affirmations- say them aloud, yeah!
I relax and enjoy life.  I know that whatever I need to know is revealed to me in the perfect time and space sequence.

Oh man, in the words of Dave Matthews, "my head won't leave my head alone."  On the one hand my day was precious and peaceful and full of love- I got to hang with my darling daughter, do some spring cleaning, and watch the rain fall from our covered deck.
I fill my mind with positive thoughts
On the other hand my day was lonely and challenging and full of frustration- I still have only one friend (thank you Holly : ) I yelled at Haley (ugh, I know) and didn't really accomplish much.  Well I guess I'm too hard on myself, like so many people probably.
 I feel the joy of abundance
I stumbled upon a mom's group at the park today (yay) but I felt so awkward being a good 10 years younger than everyone there and with Haley's jacket cut up to use as a sun hat, and barging in on their members only group (I guess it costs $20 a year to join) and nobody really said hi to me except one woman who I went up to to ask if this was a mom's group. 
 I have unlimited potential
I definitely don't want to make this the complaint department but I guess I'm just feeling a little stuck and thought I'd share.  It's good to just get it out.  Who cares what people think.


  1. Great post - I can relate to all your feelings here :-) And in the friends department, I am in the same boat! I am so much younger than all other moms I meet, it's not that I feel inferior but it's just a strange dynamic sometimes!

    Love your pics on the side - precious :-) I love looking back on happy pictures, after a month or two all the other feelings fade and I find I only remember the "good" times.

  2. Being "older" than most new moms I can relate as well....sometimes I wonder if we all have a "how I am different" monologue going no matter what...could we be "connected" in our feeling of "unconnectedness"????oxoxoxoxoxoxo