Inspired by Danielle at Sometimes Sweet.
Watching: My friend, Merari, got me into Game of Thrones...so I've been watching it online. I just started season two. It's a great series that's really pulled me in...but it's also the kind of show I need to take breaks from because the content is so strong.
Reading: Lots of Dave Ramsey stuff. Alex and I started taking a Financial Peace University class and we're really trying to make a budget and stick with it. It's not easy! At least not for me. But we really need it. I'm glad we're getting on the right path in terms of our finances.
Loving: My baby girl. She's a doll. She really is such a happy baby. Right now she's battling a cold she caught from her brother and she's still in a pretty good mood.
Thankful: That Liam loves school so much. He adjusted quickly and no longer cries at drop off. He's always happy when I pick him up. His teacher says he is very smart and that he is improving in his social skills. He can sometimes be aggressive when playing with other kids. I'm also thankful for my husband. He's a good dad and is especially great with the baby. Like I've said before, I'm not much of a baby person so it's nice to be able to hand her off to her dad when I'm worn out. :-)
Eating: Oh my gosh, I love these frozen waffles from Julian's. You can get them at Whole Foods or Norman Brothers (here in Miami). They are so delicious! And I don't even like waffles. That's how good they are.
Working on: Myself. The truth is I've been dealing a lot with depression...which really affects every area of my life. I hate it. I wish I never had to feel this way. Some days are great and I feel fine...and other days there's a dark cloud hanging over me. I don't want to go into detail about it. I never like to talk about it much because I think it would scare people if they knew everything that went on in my head, and I don't want anyone to be scared. Plus, most people wouldn't understand. If you've never felt depressed then you really have no idea what it's like, and that's okay. I don't expect everyone to understand. I just ask that those who are close to me love me...despite how I sometimes act. I know that my attitude can seem horrible to people...it even seems horrible to me...but I feel like I really can't help it sometimes. I feel helpless and hopeless, and when I get in one of these funks it can take a lot to pull me back out. But rest assured, that ultimately my hope is in Jesus and He helps me through every valley.