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Project365: January 22-29

January 29 
It’s been a long and painful week. Seven straight days of migraine headaches is a miserable way to live through a week. Thankfully, today was my first day of not being in constant pain. I had an early morning in which I spent at a Titus 2 meeting at church, followed by lunch with Bethany. Starting off the day light and carefree was wonderful. It’s amazing how stress can break your body down. Thanks go out to Beth for hanging out with me and giving me an excuse to get out AND to Peter for giving up his Saturday morning to watch Simon all by himself.*
January 29 | It’s been a long and painful week. Seven straight days of migraine headaches is a miserable way to live through a week. Thankfully, today was my first day of not being in constant pain. I had an early morning in which I spent at a Titus 2 meeting at church, followed by lunch with Bethany. Starting off the day light and carefree was wonderful. It’s amazing how stress can break your body down. Thanks go out to Beth for hanging out with me and giving me an excuse to get out AND to Peter for giving up his Saturday morning to watch Simon all by himself.
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January 28
I haven’t had much of an appetite lately. A fruit smoothie was the only thing that sounded good this morning. And boy was it good. Simon also shares a love of fruit smoothies which means I have to share. Note to self: make bigger smoothie next time.
January 28 | I haven’t had much of an appetite lately. A fruit smoothie was the only thing that sounded good this morning. And boy was it good. Simon also shares a love of fruit smoothies which means I have to share. Note to self: make bigger smoothie next time.


January 27
My son adores peanut butter. Enough said. Oh, wait. I hate peanut butter breath. Okay, now enough said. ;)
January 27 | My son adores peanut butter. Enough said. Oh, wait. I hate peanut butter breath. Okay, now enough said. ;)


January 26  
We spent the morning at the Minnesota Children’s Museum in Saint Paul. It was fun watching my son play and run around with other little kids, not to mention the joy of hanging out with two lovely mommy friends and their kids. This morning brought back fond memories of driving to Indy as a family when I was a kid and going to the Indianapolis Children’s Museum. I hope my son has fun memories too. :)
January 26 |  We spent the morning at the Minnesota Children’s Museum in Saint Paul. It was fun watching my son play and run around with other little kids, not to mention the joy of hanging out with two lovely mommy friends and their kids. This morning brought back fond memories of driving to Indy as a family when I was a kid and going to the Indianapolis Children’s Museum. I hope my son has fun memories too. :)


January 25
I watched my adorable niece, Penelope today. For naptime, she decided that she would rather nap on me than to sleep in the pack n’ play. It’s been awhile since I’ve held a sleeping baby. It was a sweet hour. :)
January 25 | I watched my adorable niece, Penelope today. For naptime, she decided that she would rather nap on me than to sleep in the pack n’ play. It’s been awhile since I’ve held a sleeping baby. It was a sweet hour. :)
January 24  
So far, this has been a good month for reading.
January 24 | So far, this has been a good month for reading.
January 22 
My Terrible Towel is worn and slightly tattered. I’ve had it for 5 years now, given to me by an old diehard Steeler fan that used to sit in my section back in my serving days. He knew I was a fan and sweetly gifted it to me. They won the Superbowl that year. I now bring it out for important games (like tonight’s) and wave it in honor of the team, the beautiful city, my favorite Pittsburgher (my Dad), and my brother Nate who bleeds yellow. Go Steelers!!
January 22 | My Terrible Towel is worn and slightly tattered. I’ve had it for 5 years now, given to me by an old diehard Steeler fan that used to sit in my section back in my serving days. He knew I was a fan and sweetly gifted it to me. They won the Superbowl that year. I now bring it out for important games (like tonight’s) and wave it in honor of the team, the beautiful city, my favorite Pittsburgher (my Dad), and my brother Nate who bleeds yellow. Go Steelers!!

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