So in 2016 I have decided to goal myself to post at least one time a day.
I will be posting whatever I have learned or something that I have been thinking about that day.
This will probably turn in to a horribly written journal that only I read…but I am okay with that.
If you happen to fall across this and you don’t like it…don’t tell me as I have HUGE inadequacy issues, so I don’t want to hear it.
If you like it…feel free to let me know as Affirmation and Gifts are my Love Languages (5 Love Languages) – Feel free to lean heavy on the Gifts.
Today I learned that sometime you need to throw tradition out the window.
I have always been excited to wake up January 1st and watch Bob and Stephanie bring the Rose Parade to life in the quiet of my home as the rest of the family slowly wakes up.
Change of Tradition
- This morning I woke up to find our downstairs body to body with teen boys sleeping, so turned it on in my room.
- I turned it on in my room, while my husband was NOT snoring next to me…;-)
- My husband woke up and did NOT go to start making us our traditional Jan.1st breakfast, but instead said, “Let’s go to breakfast”. And started to get ready.
- We went to Denny’s.
All of this was a PUSH for me! What happened to watching the parade?!?! Sure, it’s on 15 more times…but it’s TRADITION!
Instead of pushing in with my whine and thinking only about myself, I looked at my husband…the guy who LOVES breakfast anytime of the day…and saw that breaking this tradition, this one morning, would bring HIM joy.
So I shut my mouth, tossed on some clothes and went to breakfast.
Good decision, as the happiness I saw on his face, and the conversations around the table were worth it. I wouldn’t remember what float was what in 3 days…but now I have a memory of discussions and my man’s face that will last a lifetime.
Today I learned to – Make good choices when looking at traditions and make sure you can bend if needed.