1. Your skin may never be perfect, and that’s okay.
2. Life is too short not to have the underwear, the coffee, and the haircut you want.
3. Everyone (including your family, your coworkers, and your best friend) will talk about you behind your back, and you’ll talk about them too. It doesn’t mean you don’t love each other.
4. It’s okay to spend money on things that make you happy.
5. Sometimes without fault or reason, relationships deteriorate. It will happen when you’re six, it will happen when you’re sixty. That’s life.— Five things I am trying very hard to accept (via wrxst)
Yes. All of these.
Everything You Never Wanted to Know
Fill in the blanks and tag 6 people! (don’t forget to tell them you’ve tagged them).
Tagged by: Not tagged, stolen from kimbaland
Name: Amy Birthday: November 6
Favorite Color: Purple
Lucky Number: 6
Last Dream You Remember: None that come to mind.
Can You Juggle: Uhh kinda
Do You Like Writing: Yup
Do You Like Dancing: I like it better when I’ve had a few drinks first!
Do You Like Singing: Yup, sometimes I sing to Delilah and she wags her tail.
Fantasies/Dream Vacation: To visit where my family is from in San Giovanni Gemini, Sicily
Dream Guy: My hubby, duh! I didn’t wait 9 years to get married for nothing! :-p
Dream Wedding: Done and done.
Dream Pet: More rescue labs
Dream Job: It’s not my dream job per se but my job right now is pretty awesome.
Favorite Song: Currently it’s Maps by Maroon 5 but tomorrow it could be something else. Guys/Girls/Both: Men
Hair Color: My hair is brown, I don’t really care what color hair other people have.
Eye Color: My eyes are brown/hazel but I love blue eyes and dark hair
Tall/Short: Either one. I’m short so it’s nice having someone a little taller around.
Biggest Turn Off: Bad breath, yuck.
Biggest Turn On: Thoughtfulness
I’m also breaking the rules and not tagging anyone. If you want to play, jump on in.
Random Act of Kindess
Tonight after work I stopped by Trader Joe’s to pick up some wine. I got in line behind a very frazzled mother whose youngest was a crying infant, whose middle child was dressed as a super hero and wanted to keep ringing the Trader Joe’s bell, and whose oldest was dressed like Princess Elsa. I joked with her as I started checking out that I should just give my wine to her; she smiled and gave me a look like she definitely needed it. As I walked to my car, I realized she was parked next to me. I walked to the passenger side of my car and put my things inside, then walked around the front to get inside. She promised me she would be out of my way soon and I told her to take her time as I wasn’t in a rush. I started my car, rolled down the windows, and pulled out my phone to pass the time. As I scrolled through Instagram, I heard a little voice say excuse me. I looked over and the little girl dressed as a princess told me she was practicing her random acts of kindness and handed me a Starbucks gift card. I was shocked. Shocked at her sweetness. Shocked at her thoughtfulness. And happy. Happy that there are good people out there, good people who are teaching their kids to be good people, too. So thank you frazzled mother of three, your thoughtfulness is much appreciated.
The day is off to a great start when
The VP of Communications comes to you in the morning and hugely compliments you on a last minute assignment she gave you. Yesterday afternoon I was asked to write a few paragraphs on our social media approach and how it should be developed in the future. Our VP told me my work was extremely well written and I had some great ideas.
All smiles over here.
I tried to quit Facebook
And it didn’t work. Ugh. So disappointed with myself.