100 days done. There may have been a few where I forgot but I essentially got there in the end! Looking back over the 100 pictures there is a definite trend in the things that make me happy.
Family, running, crochet, friends, words and food!
At the end of the day it is nice to see that there is consistency in the things that make me happy and in the way I am living my life. Doing the things that I love and spending time with the people I cherish.
Turning 40 and then losing my friend Julie were both milestones that made me look at things a little differently. I’m learning to ease up on myself and others, and making time to do the things I love to do.
It is easy to sleep -in, easy to sit in front of the TV, easy to not meet up with friends but stay isolated. If things are important then you should find a way to make it happen. With 4 kids, a job and a business to help run, life is busy. I know it! But don’t lose yourself. Make time for your passions. I have and it has made me a better person.
The last few days have been tricky to post the final pic but here we are at Day 100. Woo hoo. This pic is of my Fridge Photos that I see everyday. My favourite people in the world. They make me laugh and smile everyday. They love me when I’m cracky and sad. They hug me when I am down. They lift me up when I need a smile. They are mine and I love them to bits.
How lucky we are to live in a country that has a wonderful healthcare system to take care of us. This is Amy recovering from having her tonsils and adenoids out today. Even though she is feeling a bit sad and sore right now, in the long run she will be a new and improved girl.
Grandma out of hospital. 91 years old and recovered from her hip replacement. Good one Grandma xoxo
New wool and a new project. Finished this one – LOVE IT! New scarf for those cold mornings on the netball courts.
Cold weather approaches and nothing beats a yummy, warm, saucy, slow cooker casserole.
The new sign at work for my clinic. I don’t have the heart to tell them!!!
parkrunning with my girl. We run the first km together and then she takes off, beating me by a couple of minutes! She’s going places this one.
Meg finished 3rd in the Belconnen PSSA cross Country. Now onto the ACTs in June. A little bit of extra training and a coach with a strategy has made a difference.