How was your week guys? I feel like mine flew by in one big blur. Monday, I did trivia night with Adam as Team BlueShell (we ended up 1 point from 3rd place!), and Thursday I played with my mother as Team Two Generations of Awesome (we sucked terribly). This week in summer day treatment, I survived taking my kiddos to Chuck E. Cheese, did about a million and one pieces of paperwork, and survived some majorly bad attitudes from my classroom helpers.
On Friday, I spent hours in the wave pool and lazy river at Point Mallard. I even managed to get a little bit of a sunburn and a case of serious lazy river burn on my knees. I guess that is the medical hazard of ultimate relaxation A.K.A nirvana achieved. Saturday, Adam and I went to my favorite Huntsville restaurant Cheddars for some Southern Fried Catfish, red beans and rice, and broccoli & cheese casserole. I spent the evening painting KLIMT's The Kiss at Spirited Art (yes, painting is my new obsession, it may never stop).
This morning I woke up at 4 a.m. to send Adam on a business trip to California. He wants me to tell everyone that because he thinks it makes him sound uber important. I'm going to miss him terribly, but I think I might be too busy to notice, being that it is the last week of our work summer treatment program, and I need to have all my work complete this week, so that I can head off to the beach the next week!! The beach is calling my name! Can't you hear it?
Now it's on to this week's Sunday Social:
1. What are 3 items you can’t live without on a daily basis (water, food, shelter, and clothes don’t count)? I can't live without my kindle for emergency reading situations, my scentsy scents because good smells relax me and make me happy, and Pandora radio so I can listen to music while I'm working or doing anything else.
2. What is your all time favorite book? This is a hard question to answer because there is so many books I love, but I would have to say A Million Miles in a Thousand Years by Don Miller. It is such an inspiring book, and sometimes I just reread my favorite quotes to get uplifted when I'm feeling down.
4. If you could go back and relive any year of your life which year would it be? I think 2008 was one of my favorite and best years. I graduated from college, I got engaged to Adam, I moved in with Adam in California, and I got to go on a trip of a lifetime to Israel! I think that would be a fun year to do over.
5. What do you wish people knew about you without you having to tell them? That I am very shy and feel very socially awkward most days, although I hide it well. And that I need a lot of positive feedback and reinforcement just to know that I'm doing OK, and that one negative word sticks with me forever. I'm working on all these issues, it is a non-stop learning process.