My sweet friend Carrie blogged this great idea, and I thought I'd follow suit...
1. The numbers on the scale do not define me or my progress.
2. I can be a morning person, and like it.
3. My dependency on chocolate has increased tremendously since my Daddy passed, and I am totally okay with that. (Better chocolate than alcohol or worse.)
4. My mother is truly one of my best friends, my lifelong friend.
5. Crying is NOT a sign of weakness. (This was a very difficult concept for me to grasp for a really long time. I'm glad that I'm over it.)
6. My kids are my biggest achievement in life and I am proud of them every single day.
7. It is okay to let people in to my world. Some are here to visit, some are here to take residence, but all are welcome and all are loved.
8. I prefer listening to "old music" (like Singers and Standards) more than any other type of music (including the Hit List, and Country). And I don't care if other people think that is weird.
9. I spend entirely too much time on Facebook and reading my daily blogs. I need to do something about this. New Years Resolution?? :-)
10. As much as I truly enjoy helping those around me, I have found the need to put myself first sometimes. This isn't selfish, this is becoming a well-rounded individual. (aka "If Mama ain't happy, ain't nobody happy").
Thanks Carrie for letting me 'borrow' this concept, and thanks Shimelle for the inspiration and link love.