Anyone still here?
Last week was wild plus my daughter and I were training for our big horse show in Pensacola which was this past weekend. Savez and I were doing a lot of this together…
Although I admit to not being the best blogger in April, I have to say our family had a great month and enjoyed so many new adventures together, which makes me happy. I definitely owe you some pictures…promise I’m working on it! In the midst of it all our Anniversary was last week. We weren’t able to celebrate because the day before our car completely died and Peter had to drive it to Atlanta to be repaired (no one within five hours of here works on Land Rovers). This was comical because the car wouldn’t start unless it was jumped. So Peter threw some jumper cables in the car with him and headed for Atlanta. He had to bum a jump somewhere in Dothan when he stopped for gas. I stayed here and ran the circus. We both laughed about the situation and ended up texting each other from different cities the morning of our Anniversary. Somehow he made it back by midnight with flowers and a card in hand. Talk about a knight in shining armor. Love my man so much.
You would die if you saw where I am typing right now…I’m in the middle of unpacking and took a quick break to write this post so I’m perched on the edge of our unmade bed using the ironing board as my desktop. Classy! So much to do after our busy month. Gotta multi-task like a pro. I’m going to apply the advice I give my kids when they have a lot to do:
- Step back and take three deep breaths
- Do one small thing at a time
Smiling is the most important part of those three steps. Did you know that smiling actually releases endorphins and serotonin which elevates your mood? It even lowers your blood pressure and boosts your immune system. Proof is here.
I leave you today with this delicious scene from my friend, Doug’s pinterest page…it really makes me smile. I spy field boots!