I love Meredith's monologues on Grey's Anatomy,
"You can seek the advice of others, surround yourself with trusted advisers. But in the end the decision is always yours, and yours alone. And when it's time to act and you're all alone with your back against the wall, the only voice that matters is the one in your head. The one telling you what you probably already knew, the one that's almost always right."
I've made t-shirts with spray paint and masking tape before but never anything as cool as what I found on Pinterest today. I need to step up my game. Who wants to craft?
Today I got to send some mail, which I haven't done a lot of since my February letter-a-day month.
We tie-dyed t-shirts and broke Guinness World records at Young Life club. It was so fun to hang out with the freshmen girls. Anna set a record for 56 somersaults in a minute and Jake set a record for number of AA batteries held in his hand at one time.
I'm excited to see how the shirts will turn out but I'm making myself be really patient about waiting to wash them so I won't rinse all the color out like I usually do. They'll be ready just in time for Spring Break.
I found this today and it sums up exactly what I think at the end of everyday. Today I did so many great things but I still wish I had a couple more hours to have gone on a walk, started my new book, talked to Colleen, hung out with Erin, fixed a couple more chapters and Skyped Annie. Tomorrow I'll make sure to do even more of the things that are important and valuable.