Well, my wild St. Patrick's Day has consisted of green bagels and watching March Madness! Last night Leprechauns and the Tooth Fairy visited our house, too. Although I am a basketball widow this week, I am finding myself watching the games anyway.
On a quick note, I feel very sad for the people of Japan. It is so devasting. Having grown up in California, earthquakes are familiar to me. I will try to add a relief effort link soon.
I remember the days when all you needed to get out of the house was a dollar or two and your parent's house key shoved into your 501's. When you added lip gloss to the mix, you usually transitioned to a little purse/wallet thing. Maybe your little clutch got a little bigger to fit your phone and multiple keys. However, I never knew that once you reached a certain stage of your life, there is no going back to little purses. Sorry. If you must, you put the little one inside your big one and take it out at the last minute, shoving the duffel-like one under the seat of your car. I recently heard from a friend with new twins and she said she was in search of the biggest bag out there. See? Sorry. It's true.
*I have included a song I co-wrote with Victoria Shaw and Gregg Caraway called "Little Purse Girls" - let me know if you can relate!
LITTLE PURSE GIRLS performed by Brittini Black; written by: Victoria Shaw/Gregg Caraway/Kathy Ashworth)
Well, I decided to add a blog to my website, although honestly I'm not sure what I will be blogging about or if anybody really has time to read about my random thoughts! I will say that I just finished reading a great book called "The War of Art" by Steven Pressfield. If you need a little nudge or are prone to procrastination (especially doing creative endeavors like writing your great American novel, etc.), this is a very motivating book (thus the beginning of this blog). It is easy to do the urgent things but really hard sometimes to do the important ones! I struggle daily with this!