I saw this on Colleen’s blog. I really liked it. Sometimes we all, I know at least for myself especially, I get caught up in what is around me. I forget that I am unique, different and because of that live life my way. We all have ‘our ways’ so why not embrace it?
It’s true I love the mornings. Even the butt crack of dawn mornings. I don’t drag, I bounce out of bed despite how much sleep I got. Who knows why, but I adore those early hours of the day.
It’s true I live on a grandma schedule. Actually what’s worse, is I missed my Sitoo (grandma in Lebanese culture) calling me at 9:20 pm. I may or may have already been in bed trying to fall asleep. What do you call that schedule if grandma’s aren’t even asleep?
It’s true I hate breakfast and rarely eat it. Whoops. I am just not hungry and for me it is more intuitive to eat a tad out of the breakfast hour when my tummy is asking for food. Research hates me.
It’s true I call my mom daily. I love our chats, our rambles, our laughs. I don’t know what I would do without the call.
It’s true I get uber jealous of the couple I see running together every morning. Sorry my romance life is like a blank slate.
It’s true peanut butter makes me gag and chocolate just does nothing for me. Now a bowl of sprinkles… that’s another story.
It’s true I balance my daily veggies with some oh so delicious junk food. EVERYDAY.
It’s true when I run I am in my happy place. I have no concerns, no judgments, no comparisons. I feel amazing.
It’s true I hate talking on the phone. I ignore a lot of phone calls until I am actually in the mood to talk.
It’s true I get jealous easily.
It’s true I love trips to the grocery store, I just wish I had the money to do it more than once a week! I find it relaxing strangely.
It’s true I am beyond the level of what you would call ‘sarcastic’.
It’s true I am very hard on myself and struggle with the idea that I am enough the way I am.
It’s true my days are pretty much the same in DC. I could literally clock my time out to the t during the week.
It’s true I have terrible grammar and sometimes look back at posts and grimace. Sorry team, I try.
It’s true I like commuting. Maybe it would be easier to live closer but commuting for me is a great way to have more people interaction.
It’s true I still have vivid memories of my inpatient treatment, it is an experience I will never forget and honestly do not regret. I am who I am today because I was given a chance there. Yes, I have my struggles but I can finally say I am in a good place.
It’s true this pain in my side hurts like a mother when I touch it, walk, sit, sleep, MOVE. Web MD will just freak me out so right now I am calling it a side ‘stress pinch’.
It’s true I love blogging. It is hard to imagine my life without it even though it has been a short few months since starting.
Questions: What is your true statement today?