Wednesday, November 4, 2009

Wishful Wednesday

Jennifer is hosting another week. Make sure you pop in and visit everyone. Another week has come and gone. I am happy to say the sodas have been limited to 2 in the past week and that I am drinking more water. However, the leftover Halloween candy is so tempting. I think most of it will go to the school for the treat bucket. My friend and I are looking into Zumba classes.
So for the wishful part, take the time out of your day to let some know you love them! Yesterday, I realize how much more connected Bella and I are. We are alike in many ways, but yet we are not carbon copies. We love to be creative, love animals (most of them) are only children and share so many more traits. But, I had hoped I would never have to talk about the passing of a classmate with her as my Mom did. My heart and thoughts go out to the family who lost their daughter/sister and to the whole school family who will miss her as well. Everyone is very busy and we take the small things for granted and sometimes we turn small things into big ones that really should be left as small. Make sure your children know you love them everyday!

This weekend will be a busy creative weekend!! We are making Christmas ornaments for our pink tree! What are your weekend plans? Getting creative?

5 comments:

Juli's Jewels said...

I am hosting a crafting party this Sunday at my home in Sacramento. It will be friends and art supplies and cocktails.

Jenny said...

Hey girl!! Stay AWAY from the Halloween Candy!!! It's tempting me too!

Sophee-a Laroo Bijoux and Sheri too said...

Good for you on the soda limitation....and adding water. I am still behind on that. I do not have to worry about leftover candy but I am having some serious sugar cravings this week :)

Debbie said...

I'll be glad when I get the hang of this facebook stuff. Drink that water we need it. We don't need the salt, caffeine and sugar in sodas even though it does taste good.

Irma's Rose Cottage said...

April, what a lovely pic of you and Bella. I too am trying to stay away from the Halloween Candy and limit my diet coke...really hard to do. We don't have any small children at home, however, we did buy candy to give out...of course DH did not give out his favorite which were the peanut butter cups and whoppers LOL. I had to take over the handing out of candy when he was discovered.

Irma :)