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Tuesday, November 22, 2016

Monday Moments

I know what you may be thinking. It's Tuesday. Yes, yes it is. This last week has been a doozy for sure.

More about that later this week. Probably Thursday.
Here are the moments:

On Tuesday (I think it was Tuesday) I fulfilled an item on my bucket list and wrote in a Cafe. I've been meaning to for years. So last Tuesday when I had the chance I went to the Rose Establishment and ordered myself a cup of hot cocoa and sat down and wrote a full page before I decided that I had fulfilled my goal.
To be honest, it was fun and I felt cool, but I'm not sure it's something that I could do on the regular. I get distracted pretty easily. Who knows, though, I'll definitely try it again sometime. 

Last week all of my makeup fell in the toilet. Or, maybe it was the week before. Anyway, all of my makeup was gone. Admittedly, I don't wear a lot of makeup. It was still sad. I resigned myself to not having any. Then, my sweet little sister offered to buy me makeup to replace the makeup I'd lost. I truly feel so lucky to have the family that I do. Especially my little sister who has been my partner in crime since our parents divorced when I was 14. 

I went out to a late lunch before going to Time Out For Women with my mom and little sister. Rumbi is basically the best.

You can't tell super well from the picture but there was totally a rainbow on a regular sunny day!

Sadly I didn't get any pictures with my mom and my little sister when we went! It was so fun to spend the weekend with them. 

Currently Reading:

Way of Kings
By Brandon Sanderson

Weekly Goals and To Dos:

  • Catch up on my NaNoWriMo Word count
  • Post a blog post later this week
  • Plan some fun December activities
  • Prepare my lesson for Sunday
  • Have a date with The Captain
  • Make my Christmas lists
  • Make a Christmas Shopping budget
  • Plan when we'll take our Christmas photos

Something to take away:

"Don't forget- No one sees the world the way you do, so no one else can tell the stories that you have to tell."

-Charles De Lint
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