Archive | October, 2013

Daily Post: First Day

30 Oct

I’ll always remember my first day of school.  I started kindergarden  at the age of five years old.  My Mother was afraid that I may not adjust too well and be afraid and cry.  As a good and caring Mother she was , she came to school on my lunch hour.  To her surprise I was happy and acting like a big girl.  Another kid who was a neighbor of ours was in my class.  I bragged to my Mother that the teacher asked the kid what her name was and the kid was shy and probably wanted to go home.  I bragged that I was a big girl and told the teacher, “Her name is Carol’.  My Mother was so proud of me and that was the start of my successful year in kindergarten.  Yes she bragged what a big girl I was and that built up my self-esteem and I’m sure made me want to do well. 

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Flamboyant autumn

24 Oct

Beautiful words you can meditate on.

OCD Or What?

7 Oct

This post is from my blog journal of Organizing, Shopping & My Life

My Blog Journal of Organizing, Shopping & My Life

I often do some things that irritating to me.  I put things away and then decide to change them around.  I just finished doing this, changing my things in my makeup and desk dresser around. 

I decide the boxes I have with makeup and those trays just below the vanity table just don’t look right.  After about a half hour or forty five minutes of putting this here and there, sorting makeup and pins, etc. out I decide that the plastic drawers I replace what was previously there are fine.

However I know that it’ll take some will power and talking to myself not to change things a little tomorrow.  OCD?  I think it’s a touch of it.  I went to bed trying to sleep one night and couldn’t because I was going over and over in my mind thinking what I did all day and what I didn’t do.

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6 Oct

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