Share Your World #43

What are you really glad you did yesterday?

Snuggled up with Phoebe and napped for a couple of hours.

Would you prefer a one floor house or multiple levels?

For years I imagined a beautiful multi-level home for my family and me.  When I finally saw my dream house (yes, I’ve actually walked through it) it was indeed two stories and filled with the little things that made my heart go pitter pat.  But I can’t imagine anything other than a single floor now that I’ve spent seven years in our home where everything’s on one level with only the bonus room and attic on the second floor.  Frankly, I really don’t miss the stairs.

Have you done something you truly want to do today?

Yes.  I’ve had that second cup of coffee, I’m taking time to blog, and I looked both of my dogs deeply in the eyes and told them how much I love them.

What plans did you have as a teenager that didn’t happen?  Are you happy it didn’t work out that way?

Until I met BrightSide I wasn’t what you’d call a planner.  That was how I worked a job in my teen years with nothing to show for it but some new clothes and junk food while my friend bought herself a used car – long term vision wasn’t exactly my forte.  I’m quite certain there were plans my sixteen year old self made that didn’t happen, but darned if I can think of what they were.

Bonus question: What are you grateful for from last week, and are you looking forward to in the week coming up?

I’m grateful for the love and support of my family and friends.  Last week I felt once again how boundless it is, and I am truly blessed.

This week I’m looking forward to finding some space to just be.


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5 thoughts on “Share Your World #43

  1. I just realized I missed a question. To edit or not to edit?

    I’m glad you enjoyed a puppy nap 🙂 How sweet!
    I feel the same about stairs. Not like I miss’em, especially with laundry baskets or vacuum. I think the trick to one-story living is division of public and private spaces, and we scored on that one.

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