Posts Tagged ‘30 days of truth’

Day 5 – Something You Hope To Do In Your Life

Wednesday, October 27th, 2010

30 Days of Truth – Something you hope to do in your life I do not have very many “someday, some way” fantasies.  I don’t have the patience for them.  I go from wouldn’t that be cool to oh, so we’re doing that now at a pace that would suggest I was maybe a little […]


Day 4 – Something I Have To Forgive Someone Else For

Monday, October 11th, 2010

30 Days of Truth – Something You Have To Forgive Someone For My husband likes to say that to forgive is divine. I’m not exactly sure that he and I have the same definition of the word divine.  When he throws that quote at you, he is usually suggesting that you quit being an asshole […]


Day 3 of 30 – What do I have to forgive myself for?

Sunday, October 10th, 2010

Oh how the title of this post alone must make some people salivate. The list of things that others have forgiven me for is long and impressive.  I have ripped hearts from chests and been greeted with a loving embrace in response.  I have had to resort to Confession by Numbers in order to save […]


Day 2 of 30 – Something I Love About Myself

Friday, October 8th, 2010

My tolerance for pain is notoriously low. When my second child was born, I got my epidural before they broke my water. (That, by the way, was magical and the way all babies should be born.)  I hate needles, cry when I stub my toe, and have been known to invent new swear words when […]


Day 1 of 30 – I compare myself to Michelle Obama

Thursday, October 7th, 2010

I cannot stand to have the post about my mother-in-law’s breast cancer sit at the top of this page for one more minute.  So, although it is 10 o’clock at night and I can hear my husband making the familiar sounds of getting ready for bed, I’m bound and determined to write something. It might […]