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This week I am beginning what may or may not end up as a series. Lego Lessons may be my next thing. You see, my grandchildren love building and playing with Legos. As a self-proclaimed over zealous grandmother I have embraced their interest. I may have gone a bit over board.
Surely life will get back to normal soon. What does that even mean? I’m not talking about the concept of normal, which is a topic for another day. I’m talking about “soon.”
I don’t remember when it started, my love of gnomes. I don’t collect the large ones for your yard, no I have knitted ones, felted ones, furry ones, mini clay ones, and my latest bitty gnome with a knitted hat and gray braids. A mini me, except my hair is too short to make braids.
As a person addicted to routines, lists, guidelines and patterns I have always searched for that perfect pattern for my life. But alas, I’ve learned after many years of trial and error that there is no perfect pattern for a life.
Many successful people are able to manage expectations. They manage those of people around them so there is less negativity and more room for positivity. They manage their own, so they are prepared for the changes and challenges that life inevitably brings. Another Christmas has passed. Did it live up to your expectations?
It’s the time of year when most of us are running around like crazy trying to prepare for the festivities of Christmas. That is until we hear or read about, or worse yet experience, a catastrophic event of nature. It might involve tornados, floods, fires, even winter storms.