A lot. I always have. Big things and little things. Thing things and things that blow like wind through the trees. Things you have to work for and things you have to pay for. My mother was so happy when I learned how to drive–then I could go after what I wanted instead of giving her a list.
*my healthy action today: went to the grocery store tonight so I’d have what I needed for breakfast in the morning
Healthy action for this day: Did not go to the grocery store but rather ate what was prepared. 😉 I laughed aloud as I read your daily action.
I really struggled with a piece of writing yesterday yet I stayed with it. That pleased me yet it also tired me–read I did not feel like cooking–I entertained thoughts of a grocery store trip. Fortunately, it was a just a moment’s entertainment. Whew!
Ha : ) Good for you for sticking with writing–that’s often when the best things happen.
I want… to be… recycled… (lol)
And if I could…
I would ride that bike…
to the grocery store… 🙂
My healthy action this day:
updating my grocery list for hubby!
I LOVE riding my bike to the grocery in provincetown–that’s the way life should be–pretty blue poster.
HEAR! HERE!… one day… coming…
both with women on bikes…
and re-cycle-ing… 🙂
It seems to me that the things YOU want cannot be bought – they have to be earned through hard work!!! Another degree, publishing a book, the healthy eating plan,etc.
For the most part, yes, but I generally tend to be hungry for the latest i-thing : )