Creating my happy life on the other side of fear.

Sunday, 2 February 2014

A surprisingly great day

Today was a really, really good day. For a few unexpected reasons.

Work was fabulous today. Yes, I'm not kidding. You may remember that I mentioned before that I am grateful for my work family. Today was one of those days where this opinion was reinforced.
First off, they complimented my hairdo. I tried my hand at this updo, and two of my lovely coworkers noticed and said something nice about it. Score! Hair and I have a tricky relationship (read here and here), and I am working very hard on improving it.

We also had a great potluck: meatballs in teriyaki sauce, samosas, homemade dip and chips, rice and spicy chicken, caesar salad, banana bread, cookies... it was divine. (I brought the salad. It came in a bag. Lame. I am ashamed of myself.)

Then we played darts on the magnetic whiteboard. With magnets. (Obviously.) Even though I sucked, it was awesome.

One of the doctors told us a bit about his experience as a doctor in Africa - totally mindblowing! He is an amazing storyteller and kept us in stitches. And amazed. It was magical!

After work we took Lily out for a bit, which is always fun because strangers tell me how cute she is. Who doesn't love that?
This is heavily smoothed out. I want to be proud of my wrinkles, but they were just too much. I have no courage.

And then, to top it all off, I actually went for a walk! Finally, after about a week, I gave myself a swift kick in the butt, sucked it up and went. And loved it, of course. As I knew I would. My laziness is tremendously annoying and I shall not succumb to it in the future.
(This sounds very British and pretentious. I apologize. Too much Downton Abbey.)

This concludes this rather strange post. All I can say in my defense is this: I had no high hopes for this day. And it turned out way better than expected. There's gotta be a life lesson in there somewhere.

xo Miriam

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  1. Very impressive with the updo. I'm hopeless with styling my hair...can't use a curling iron and bobby pins defy reason to me (I don't get how they all go in to create the style). Glad you had such an unexpected good day!

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    1. I'm hopeless, too! The worst at doing hair and make-up. The bobby pin conundrum is mystifying to me as well, I don't really get how they work. Yesterday was probably a total fluke and will never happen again. But I'm determined to practice, practice, practice!

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