I usually post my “Weekly Smile” on Wednesday. Woke up this morning and realized I hadn’t posted it yet… Ooops, My Bad 😔.
I find these Weekly Smiles a good “assignment” in thinking of that which made me smile throughout the week. It can be hard to think of things that make us smile. Often things the little things are overlooked as we go through our day to day lives.
One seemingly small thing that is making me smile is that I have been told that there is an 8×8 canopy waiting for me when I go to the Farm & Art Market this evening. Here’s what happened….
I’ve been putting out a table at a local Farm & Art market. They really want me to have a canopy over my table (all vendors have a canopy) but I can’t afford one at $40 (minimum, if lucky enough to find) in one pop. They’ve been nice enough to let me do without the past couple of times but were really wanting me to have one… So, anyway, the boyfriend of the coordinator has put one together for me. It’ll cost me $25, which I can pay off each time I do the event. Something small but at the same time big.
Another thing making me smile is the baking of these muffins for some local firefighters.
I’m actually doing two weeks worth of challenges.
The first one is from last Tuesday, which was Dishes:
And This Weeks challenge – Teddy Bears, Dolls, and Toys
Sorry, a little late to the party.
1. I challenge everyone to to be kind and not judgemental this week. So often we are quick to judge others and their actions without fully understanding their situation and what they are going through.
2. I regret disposing of my clarinet (that’s the first thing that comes to mind). The other are books, of which there are quite a few that I wish I still had.
3. I have a difficult time admitting that I need help with something. I hate to bother people and will often try to to do things on my own (including trying to figure out ways to get things down of of top shelves at the grocery store).
4. If I were given a psychic power, I would like it to be – Well, to be honest, I don’t know that I’d want psychic powers. I wouldn’t want the responsibility that came with. I don’t necessarily care to know the future because I wouldn’t want that stress of knowing what was coming and worrying about it. I wouldn’t want to know what people think of me because I’d be afraid it might not be that good. I don’t want to be a mind-reader because, well, there are some minds that I just wouldn’t want to read. So yeah, I’m good without having psychic powers. I prefer to just be me.
Thank You to 15 and Meowing and McGuffey Reader for being awesome hosts … And to Patricia for reminding me of this fun challenge