I’ve had a hard time “embracing the present” this week, and so I’ve been focusing on all that I have to look forward to:
Getting up late this Saturday, then making French toast for breakfast (I’ve had a craving lately).
Seeing my Kindergarten class at church this Sunday. It’s been a few weeks since I’ve taught, and I’ve missed those kids.
Finishing up the punch lists for the project I’m working on in just a couple of weeks. Time to move on. My feet hurt.
Receiving the new cool, modern, wood bed frame and headboard that we just ordered from West Elm. Good-bye, squeaky old metal frame.
Heading down to Portland in a couple of weeks to visit my niece. Gotta say, I’ve got the baby itch (we’re not ready for our own, but it’s wonderful to enjoy other people’s kids!)
Checking out “First Thursday” (local Seattle art gallery walk) with Shane next Thursday. I love that he works downtown now, just a few blocks away from my office.
Planning our week-end getaway for the month of June (a new summer tradition). Camping? Vancouver? We need to get out of town.
Completing my third licensing test in just 12 days, after which I am allowing myself to take a one-month break from studying.
I know I shouldn’t resist dwelling in the present, but future seems so much more fun right now…