Celebrate the Small Things!

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I don’t know where this week went. It seems like a minute ago it was Monday. After going back and looking at my calendar to see what it was that I did this week, I’m celebrating:

  1. I actually remembered to set the clocks back an hour last weekend. I know that sounds silly, but my forgetting to change the clocks has become a running joke in my family.
  2. I had a parent/teacher conference for my son and he’s doing great! My daughter is getting straight As, too, even in math. I’m so psyched and really proud of them!
  3. I made progress winterizing my house.

What other celebrations are going on out there?

 

 

 

© Lori L. MacLaughlin and Writing, Reading, and the Pursuit of Dreams, 2014. All rights reserved.

18 thoughts on “Celebrate the Small Things!

  1. Hi Lori! I don’t think my van will ever have the clock changed – it’s too hard to do. It sounds like your children enjoy their school – that’s wonderful. Ah – the old winterizing battle – good luck!
    And – yes – a very fast week for me too. Hop over to see my roast!!

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  2. Yay for clocks’ changing and and winterizing – and double yay for kids doing great in school. Those are wonderful things to celebrate! 🙂

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  3. There are some clocks I never change because it seems like too much work lol! I’m happy to have the sun now coming up when I need to wake up, but not so happy that I am driving home from work in the dark. 😦 Glad your kids are doing well!

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  4. I know how your feel about the week flying by. It feels like it just started when it’s already halfway through. Good job to your daughter! Straight As is great!

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  5. I hate this whole changing the clocks thing! Usually, I don’t mind it in the fall, because we gain an hour, but I didn’t even feel like I gained anything this year. So weird! It usually takes me about a week to change all the clocks in the house. At least our cell phones and iPods/tablets change automatically! 🙂

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