Welcome to Pearson Report.
I am participating in the 2015 A to Z Challenge.
Yes, I will be adhering to my THEME Calendar.
Once again you all amazed me with your incredible comments. I knew you all had it in you to find a SMILE in the simple little things.
In a nutshell, here’s what brought smiles to your faces...
someone buying you a cup of coffee
new boho pant
laughing out loud with the Doc Martin series
reading funny posts
a daughter who treats mom out of her first pay check (big smiles for sure)
animals, pretty flowers, beautiful art, good movies
hugs from sweet children, time with hubby, listening to new music
pure bliss with how this awesome A toZ is moving along
getting text massages and replies from special people
phone calls from granddaughters a distance away
flowers, a loved one, lunch with the boss with blessings and all
keeping a happy tone, fun cartoons
walking the dog in nature reserve, singing along to the radio
all kinds of small things too.
Thank you all for adding extra smiles to yesterday's post.
OKAY… HERE WE GO…
Today, which is half over, I want to tell you what happens when your wings get clipped.
You fall, go boom, and then need rest.
Yup, I tripped up… paid the piper, but I’m here to say, “It’s all part of the journey.”
Ah… you’re curious, right…
Well, it’s like this. I was burning the midnight oil for the last several weeks… work, A to Zing it, writing my 15 minute bits, construction issues, sofa issues which really means mother issues, birthdays… etc.
The thing I forgot to factor in was my nightly trip into slumberland. Well, all of a sudden, yesterday, I almost fell off my chair while formulating my post.
It was me, or it… it lost, my sleep won. Good call, right?
I knew you'd understand! THANKS!
I came back from my TRIP to slumberland refreshed and ready to tackle the day.
So… anything TRIP you up lately?
A special shout out to Arlee Bird, from Tossing It Out. He’s the Founder and Creator of the April Blogging from A to Z Challenge, As well as being a blogging friend, he is a great motivator and an inspiring leader. Thanks Lee - you rock!