Just smack me already!

Well, it is the conclusion of another weekend.  I confess that I’m looking forward to being a work tomorrow to give my mind a focus on something besides the constant running theme of our home.  I confess that the Mr. and I are at a crossroad.  Do we put our home on the “market”?  Do we look at houses in this neighborhood or that neighborhood?  Do we move to another city?  What do we absolutely need in a home/a neighborhood?  What is our budget?  Is this REALLY our budget?  The questions just go on and on and on and on…  Like most women, I struggle to turn off the questions.  I’m running any ten given scenarios in my head at any time.  This weekend ramped up my questioning to an all time high!  I’m so blaming my recent I’m-a-teenager-again-with-terrible-acne bout on all these stress-causing questions.  I know that no matter what I’m going to be somewhere in a house with four walls, a roof, and the people plus dog who I love the most.  We will continue to enjoy full bellies and spending time together.  Sometimes, I really wish I could just smack all the questions right out of my head.  Hard.  Since that would just result in more issues, I’m going to share some of favorite blessings from this weekend.  Note:  The Mr. is not pictured, but he was totally the ringleader on the s’more making project.  He’s always full of good ideas and not nearly as many questions as me.


Pictured Above:  S’more making and enjoying around the gas stove, a hearty breakfast, pink tulips purchased on our snow day, new running shoes purchased with a gift card (awesome, I tell you!), Holden being my sit-up motivation when Jillian Michaels was rocking my world through the 30 Day Shred DVD, Venison Burger cooked by the Mr. in a lettuce wrap->amazing!, Holden’s fascination/obsession with birthdays (makes me so excited for his 2nd one

As you can see, I have not one legitimate complaint.  I’m whiny by nature, but I like to think I’m working on that.  Here’s to a happy, less stressful week filled with more contentment than questions!


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