To handle the stress of a close New Year’s Day bowl game, I started compiling this list together. Unfortunately, my team lost but oh, it was so close! Here’s a few things I learned in 2014.
1. The word, dilemma, does not contain an “n”. I’m gobsmacked. I could’ve sworn an “n” lurked inside the spelling of the word. Since I’ve always been proficient at spelling and an English major ( and perhaps want to live in denial of misspelling this word for years!), my only recourse is to assume that I was taught incorrectly and apparently, others were too. This post summed up the confusion over the spelling error.
2. This simple DIY post was a life changer over the Christmas holidays and created order to my messy wrapping paper rolls. Who knew a simple toliet paper roll or a paper towel roll when sliced down the side could act as a clamp securing the paper?! Genius! Check it out here.
3. I learned that conscious uncoupling is a fancy way of saying divorce. Does that mean I’ve consciously coupled for thirty years?? Sounds like racy plumbing talk.
4. I took a risk and shared photos free of charge to a local magazine that promised to give me photo credit and they honored their deal in their magazine. The FB page doesn’t show the credit so I chalked it up to learning a lesson not to share but the magazine does give credit. All in all, lesson learned is people are unable to please you to your expectations.
5. Writing is painful, consuming, and thoroughly fun all at the same time. I struggle with finding enough time to do it and have totally blown my deadlines I set but I’m still having fun. I’m hopeful to complete the draft of the bible study this winter.
6. Don’t go to the pound if you don’t want a dog. Case in point post here.
7. Cohabitating with your adult children, who have moved back in with you, can provide tasty perks. My daughter has taken over cooking on numerous occasions and blogged about her adventures on my site.
I’m joining Emily and others talking about what we’ve learned at her lovely site, Chatting at the Sky. Come join in!
“Let the wise hear and increase in learning, and the one who understands obtain guidance,” Proverbs 1:5 ESV Bible