Is feeling competent at my life grounds for a Joyful Moment? For me, today, it was. Is. We just went about our usual routine. Nothing extraordinary happened. But it was good. I was patient with my family. I visited with a few different friends at different times and locations. I worked out. I got in a shower. I made a healthy and delicious meal for my family and for a friend's family because she had a bit of a rough day today. And I enjoyed the process and effort of all of it.
And I made this pile grow even bigger. Three+ more bags from just my side of the closet. A lot of shoes and clothes added to the donate bag. There was one pair of jeans that wasn't remotely salvageable and had to go into the garbage bag (still working on just the first one of those)--why did I have a pair of jeans in such bad condition that I can't even donate it still in my closet?! And (my side of) the closet looks so great!
And this is kind of a random Joyful Moment, but do you remember that I'm also not making any purchases during my 40 Days? Well, today I went to ShopKo to do a return, and would you believe it was a Joyful Moment to just do the return and then turn and walk out the door? It totally was! No money or time spent! Just $40 back in my bank account! I'm so proud of myself.
Wishing you all Joyful Moments that are kind of random!