Remember not to forget the positive things in your life

The rest of the day went pretty well. For the most part, the kids all got along, and there was minimal fighting. That’s always a good thing and worth celebrating.

Emmett helped me at the grocery store today. Money is tight for families like mine, and we’re no exception. Grocery shopping is costly for us, especially with dietary issues and sensory processing challenges. While it is expensive, I’m very grateful to have had the funds on hard to be able to hit the grocery store today. There have been many times in the past where we needed to go, but the money wasn’t available.

I’m incredibly grateful for all the work that has come in this week. I’m finding advertising clients more frequently, and that’s such a positive thing.



There are so many companies that have sponsored reviews, and I’m making my way through them all. I really appreciate them working with me, and helping generate traffic that I can help educate on things like Autism and parenting. I’m very, very grateful for that.

My Mom is recovering from knee replacement surgery and is doing very well thus far. I can’t wait until she and I can begin walking together again. She’s thinking early Fall, maybe late summer-ish.

It sucks that we had another police standoff across the street, but I’m thankful no one was hurt.

Lastly, I’m grateful that the ZzzQuil is working tonight because I’m ready to crash.

Before I close out today, I just want to encourage you all to remember not to forget the positive things in your life.

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    • Pony on July 11, 2019 at 8:53 am
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    Muscovy ducks can fly, and often will leave ‘home’ and establish a new home in a place they find more suitable

    1. I know that. I don’t believe they belong in Ohio and I’m just wondering where they came from.

        • Pony on July 11, 2019 at 10:58 am
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        You can buy them at any farm and home store during the spring, probably some that just left a home for ‘greener’ pastures

  1. It does help to think of the good. In the last 2 1/2 years that has been hard. But there is still a lot of good.

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