I hope her venture into Fish Camp on Saturday will put her at ease a little more. The best advice I could give her was to adopt the following as her mantra: "I am NOT the only one feeling this way!" I told her to look to her left and think, "Thank you for being part of my support group, dear stranger." The truth of the matter is that they will all fall up or down those stairs when they get in a nervous hurry, they will all get lost on the first and second days, and they will all feel like they are the only ones struggling.
Now my update for the happiness project--once again, I am a better planner than doer. Our office took a few days to really get up and going. Here is a before picture (notice the piles and stacks).
It was a lot of hard work with blood, sweat, but no tears. I was like a little girl running to get Hubby Dearest to come take a look. I love it when he brags on me...even more happiness!
Now I am ready to tackle some creative projects and can work at my desk if need be. Well, first I still have to tackle our kitchen organization next week and then our closets. Creative month isn't for a little while, but I am sure that won't stop me. And Dave made an appearance! Joy!
Visit my blog each Thursday to see how My Happiness Project is going! Here's the plan by month so far:
- August--being organized
- September--eating healthy
- October--having energy
- November--being thankful
- December--focusing on family and friends
- January--focusing on marriage
- February--focusing on parenting
- March--being creative
- April--being helpful
- May--working smarter
- June--being adventurous
- July--loving Jaimee