Friday, August 20, 2010

Day 203: If I Change My Mind A Million Times

Or my mood. Today was much better than yesterday. That could have something to do with the fact that I didn't have a moment to sit down and catch my breath--let alone ponder how down I was feeling about life, or myself.

So, sometimes a crazy hectic day can be a good thing.

Running all over the neighborhood trying to catch up with your Kindergartner who failed to get off at her stop because the bus was early and you weren't there never is though. Just in case you were wondering. thankfully, I have awesome friends who live in my neighborhood at just the right locations and they solved this for me. I suppose that was a Joyful Moment for me.

But so was helping a sales rep at the sporting goods store. He's going to become a new papa any day now and was totally scoping out Baby B's sweet ride. And I happily explained why it is the stroller of our dreams as he eagerly wrote down all the info he would need to order one of his own.

Call me weird, but that was totally a Joyful Moment. It was just fun seeing how excited he is to be a dad and how excited he seemed about possibly being done with the stroller search. Somehow it made me feel fulfilled.

Wishing you all Joyful Moments that are full of feelings of fulfillment!


Meg said...

I love you. I wish we lived closer... but on to joyful things:
My joyful moment yesterday was the moment when I no longer had to look after four children besides my own!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Linda said...

Joy today was spending the day with one of my mostest dearest bestest friend in New York, a sister in every sense of the word. We became good friends through visiting teaching. She will be missed by me so much. So joy also comes from cell phones :)