Lost and found - that's what this week's topic is on the Spin Cycle with Gretchen at Small Blooming. And I'm feeling a bit random today, so here are some random Nain thoughts on things lost and found...
I've lost my mind and sense of organization recently. I may as well not have a calendar because I can't, for the life of me, keep things straight. And I'm constantly all over the place when trying to accomplish a task.
I need to find my focus again. Where the hell did it go? (Looks under bed...)
I've lost sleep over the past four months, but as Aubrey starts to sleep through the night, I think I'll find my energy again.
I lose things all the time when I'm in the living room, and oddy enough...the Stanley Steamer people found all of them when they cleaned our carpets...the nail clippers I thought I lost and bought an additional pair because of it, the original feeding plan I had written out for Aubrey for daycare and then had to rewrite because I lost it...Maybe we need to regularly have them come over. And why couldn't they find a lost $20 or something? I used to love that feeling when cleaning out my purse, I would find a spare $5 somewhere.
I need to lose about 15 pounds, maybe 20. And I need to find more time and motivation to exercise.
I need to find some self esteem so the previous statement doesn't bother me so much.
I hate that phrase people say whenever you lose something and are looking forward it: "It's always the last place you look!" Of course, it's the last place you look. Because once you find it, you stop looking, right? Who do you know looks for something, finds it and then continues to look for it?
I would like to find more time in the day. I know we all say that, but seriously...how are you supposed to do it all? I am constantly amazed at some of the moms I see on Facebook and blogs who manage to do so much with their time. Some of them need to teach a seminar or something about time management. Or at least on "How to fake it and look like you've got your shit together 101." I'd take that course for sure.
I love it when I go get Aubrey first thing in the morning, and I find her in the most random position in her crib. We put her in the crib the same way every night, and it always cracks me up how she seems to turn herself around in her sleep. For a little one who can't crawl yet, she sure knows how to wiggle around!
I need to find a way to end this random post! I could come up with these all day. Hop on over to Gretchen's and see what other spinners have lost and found!