Anybody still here?
Just wanting to pop in today with an update, let you know I still breathe - and the goings on here.
How often do you think about what you really want? I mean really, really.
Past - I want Chinese for dinner, past - I want to be out of debt - past - I would really love a new Subaru Forester....
These may be my immediate wants at the moment....
One thing I'm learning this year, as I spend endless hours spinning sugar into puffs of happiness are the things I don't want.
I think that is a great place to start in order to find out exactly what it is you do want.
I honestly can't trust myself at times to know what I want - it changes way too frequently based on hormones, seasons, and whether or not I've had a Starbucks flat white.
But what I don't want?
That seems rather consistent.
In the consistency of 'what I don't want' I find my true desires coming forth.
I'm blown clean away by the response to the mallows this year. I truly could clone myself and keep the clone as busy as I've been. It's been rather non-stop - and I have 65 days after today before all this stops up in here for a couple of months.
My cousin Jim from Missouri has been here helping for three months!
We do the big shows on the weekends, and Glen and my sister have been doing the Farmer's Markets.
Tomorrow a radio station in Ft. Wayne IN is calling me to interview me about the business!
I'll try to get a link and attach it here so you can hear it - if that's even possible...
I have much to decide - about where I'll take this, because one thing I don't want - is to work this hard again, like ever.
I started this with one goal in mind - live debt free - and girls, I think we are going to make it by year's end - there might even be a new davenport in the works as well!
I signed up with my Coach again because I want back in these pants:
I promise I'm not going to go on and on about it : -) - just know it's happening.
Aaron is well - just got back from a Disney vacation - he's working in Chicago - living in Chicago - and completely far too grown up in some ways and not enough in others.
And these are without a doubt the things I know.
Home is my first love, it always has been - and always will be.
A well run, well tended home and garden is something to never, ever, take for granted.
Family and friends are the most important things.
Anything of true value cannot be purchased.
When I thought I had nothing much - I was so incredibly wealthy.
Being nearly debt free doesn't really feel any different.
Things that you thought you wanted, when you couldn't afford them - you find out that you don't really care that much about when you can afford them.
Your health goes south fast if you don't take good care of yourself.
Cats are good medicine.
Chickens are good therapists.
Blogging soothes my soul.