1. The month of July was named for Roman Emperor Julius Caesar. He's quoted as saying, 'Experience is the teacher of all things." So what has experience taught you lately?
You can't plan and be organized enough to withstand exhaustion. It's better to just plan for less and enjoy quality over quantity. We shortened our trip to NY this year...and although it was bittersweet to have less time it was incredibly more sane and much more enjoyable. Especially on this end...not coming home exhausted and grumpy.
I have roamed far from home...many miles...and back again.
Pizza! Considering I just cut carbs out after our fattening holiday this question is rather tortuous!
When in Rome...Being in different peoples' homes means doing as they do, following their daily patterns, etc. It teaches me patience and flexibility. All good life lessons. That being said...it does feel good to be queen of my castle and schedule again.
A Thousand Days in Tuscany by Marlena de Blasi6. Walt's original Disneyland opened almost sixty years ago, on July 17, 1955 Have you ever been to the California park? How about any of the other Disney parks around the world? What's your favorite amusement park ride or attraction?
I have only been to the one in Florida. I enjoy rollercoasters. I detest standing in lines in the intense heat though...so...this isn't really my question...ha!7. It's that time of year...when were you last bitten or stung?
We went hiking with friends and the mosquitos feasted on my legs...But thankfully, they healed up quickly. Our backyard is chigger heaven...and we are planning to spray some fancy chemicals back there tonight. They bit my babies...so, they must die!!8. Insert your own random thought here.
I hate it when you have big plans to get cleaning done and find yourself with a massive headache and unable to hardly be upright and watch over the children. So much for this day...sigh...Praise The Lord it's finally starting to pass though...