Saturday, 15 October 2011
Treasured Moments - 7
Yet these Treasured Moments shared with loved ones uplift us, nurture our soul, remind us of the beauty and joy in our lives.
We want Treasured Moments for ourselves, for our children, for our families but how can we make it happen?
... Commitment ... Encouragement ... Support ... Ideas ... Plans.
I invite you to join us every Saturday and share your plans and ideas, your targets and goals and your stories ... your 'Treasured Moments'. In this way we may inspire one another, encourage ourselves and start achieving our dreams. Hosted by Erin at Seven Little Australians and Counting
My Treasured Moments this week are:
Today is a treasured moment. Today I am once again a full time SAHM (Stay At Home Mother) Last year I suffered a really bad "The grass is always greener" moment and applied for an evening position at Big W as a Store Recovery Associate. I have since been working 12 hours a week. As the year wore on I became more and more exhausted and started neglecting so many things that needed to be done around here. Final straw for me was once I started home schooling Sir N and found I was not giving him 100% that I had a chat with Paul. I am pleased for the experience has taught me the full value of the priviledge I have of staying home full time with my treasures.
Seeing Sir N climb up his first mountain. We went to Hanging Rock yesterday.
Seeing Sir N jump up and down in delight when I said we can take the tag along out and go for a cycle together. My goal now that I am home is to go out daily together and enjoy the outdoors.
Seeing Sir N land his first Rainbow trout when he went fishing with Paul at Hanging Rock yesterday.
Yay I finally found a moment to work on GEMS 2 TOTS today and am really looking forward to investing in this blog. Pop on over and share some of your thoughts.
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