Thursday, August 7, 2014

Small Success Thursday

Small Success Thursday
Join Sarah and the Moms at CatholicMom.com for Small Success Thursday!

These may seem small to you but to me they're HUGE!
  • This week my son (with our help and guidance) decided what high school to go to and IT'S THE ONE I WANTED HIM TO CHOOSE!  I didn't want to make the decision for him because he is strong-willed (understatement!) and would argue with me till the end of time that that the sky is green if he really believed it was.  I admire his conviction but you can see why we wanted and needed his buy-in.
  • My daughter has turned both a literal and figurative corner this week with her driver's education.  The poor thing has had MAJOR anxiety about learning to drive but at the same time she really wants to learn.  This week she finally advanced from parking lots and our neighborhood to driving PLACES (ie: not in circles or doing laps).  She's driven to her piano lesson, our elementary school, a friend's house, a local golf store, church, AND the craft store (her happy place).  We even ventured on the access road to the highway that's near us.  She's the bravest person I think I've ever met.  Not because she's fearless but because she fights through her fears.  Love. That. Girl.
  • I cleared off my desk!  Ah the feeling of seeing the top surface of your desk for the first time in months.  It's like falling in love again!
  • I think I've finally figured out this thing they call "Twitter".  It seems that you post (they call is "tweeting") things for others to read and then you read others' tweets.  Evidently, it works best when you comment, retweet, and favorite others' tweets.  I think this might just catch on...
  • Finally, my other small (BIG) success is getting back on the blog this week with a vengeance. I've got so much to share with you about all that I learned at the Catholic Writer's Guild Conference and Catholic Marketing Network Trade Show that I may drive you crazy with all of my posting.  Well, if blogging is wrong, I don't wanna be right.
Blessings,
Laura