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day two

Saturday, March 29, 2014

I have to say, I’m really uncomfortable with “works in progress”. I would much rather have it all figured out and running smoothly before letting anyone else in on my project. That’s why I have such a hard time with learning Chinese. Making mistakes, in my mind, are always much bigger than outside perception. And it’s OK to make mistakes…it’s OK to make mistakes…

Day two went well. Again, no veggies. All other goals were made, just not that one. I even looked at the little salad in 7-11, even looked at it twice…and then left it on the shelf. Today, I will pick it up. Not my first choice, but until I have some veggies waiting for me at home to eat (aka go grocery shopping), it will do.

Yesterday we also took a field trip with the entire Kindergarten to the Agricultural Expo so there was quite a bit of walking involved….bonus!!

Last, but definitely not least…a shout out to my housemate Sara Joy who remembered that grilled cheese sandwiches are for cheat days and cheat days only and Tuesdays are not my cheat days and wouldn’t let me get away with making some for dinner. She even brought me back some dumplings when she went to get her dinner. I’m so blessed to not be alone in this journey be it through prayers, comments, or housemates who rock! Thank you!

On to day three!
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    I am learning so much about myself during this project! And learning I have great housemates! They are some of my best supporters as they are around me all the time and are always so encouraging..that is a big help for me.
    1449 days ago
    We are all our own worst critics. I think a work in progress is good. We can always improve ourselves....keep making healthy decisions or keep learning new things.

    You have a great housemate. Here's to continued progress!

    1449 days ago
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