Join us for another fun filled Free For All Friday. You won't believe where our discussion leads so you'll have to watch the video. And when you stop laughing and blushing visit the comments and weigh in on this week's free for all.
Shining off until tomorrow...
Posted @ 3/4/2011 4:00 AM By Heather Posted in [Free For All Friday], [Uncategorized]
Posted @ 3/4/2011 6:24 AM by Katie K
HILARIOUS video, ladies! I was literally laughing out loud.
As for my year of travel. I have made a small baby step. I have planned a weekend trip within the state to go see Shrek the Musical with some friends. It's nothing big, but at least it's something!
Posted @ 3/4/2011 6:47 AM by Katpo
Loved the video! I'm going to go March Forth at the gym this morning before heading to work. And here's a tip for past/passed: past is a time, like the opposite of future. Passed is an action, like passing in the hall. "We passed (an action) in the hall in the past (a period of time). Hope it helps!
Posted @ 3/4/2011 8:12 AM by claudia
Thank you so much for the tip. Past represents time (past has the letter "t" in it just like "time"). Passed is an action (as in do an action that is really silly and you will look like an "@$$").
Posted @ 3/4/2011 8:49 AM by Cheryl
Last night was fun, fun!
So nice to see you Katie!! Have fun at Shrek. I hope they sing "I'm a believer, I couldn't leave her if I tried."
Excellent job, Katpo! The grammar dilemma I always have is in using effect and affect. I have to look it up every time I want to use it and sometimes just figure out a different way to say what I want to say!
Happy Friday everyone!
Posted @ 3/4/2011 12:26 PM by Misty
Happy Friday HOS! Ready to March forth into the weekend! Make it a great one.
Posted @ 3/4/2011 1:34 PM by Heather
I totally forgot that this video started with the bra-less discussion...our minds were definitely in the gutter last night!
Posted @ 3/4/2011 2:50 PM by Molly A
No marching here! I was doing so great - writing at least once per work in my journal, but haven't touched it in 2 full weeks. In fact ,I don't think it ever came out of the car after our trip to Galveston. I've learned that I don't have much to say in a journal and am constantly thinking about what my kids will say when they read it when they are older after I am dead. :) So I feel all this pressure to make sure I write things that are meaningful or fair - or to talk about each of the boys equally. It's more work that fun.
However - I hope you keep plugging away at it once I remember to get it out of the van.
Posted @ 3/4/2011 3:29 PM by Peggy
Do you really want me to guess the bra less thing?
Spring break is the last week of this month. We have no plans.... we went away at Christmas.... and now that I'm working... my kids are old enough to take care of themselves.
I'm always working on going Back to BASICS for my 'year'.... now I have to B-balance work...am still loving the yoga part and it's balance of mind body & soul.... I am trying to S-simplify meals....c-creating a few more cards for orders and making these cute flowers for clothing clips!
Molly, if you need prompts for writing in a journal... I'm taking an online Photo Shop class... but one of our daily activities is writing in a journal, here are a few:
*What are 10 things you like (could be kids, diet coke, puppies, talking on the phone ... just list 10 things)
*What do you notice out your front door? (or this could be, when you are sitting at a stop light, in the car pool line, at the check out)
* What can you not live without?
*What is the best part of my day?
*Take your own advice.
* I saw.....
And one thing that was said about the journal... if it's not dated... randomly skip around the pages in the book and write your thoughts/ideas... this way you wont feel like your starting at page one... it's random, less threatening. If you need more, I got a ton!!!
Posted @ 3/4/2011 4:29 PM by Cristine
I'm going to be marching forth toward a bottle of wine. Between Williams allergenic reaction to amoxicillin and Matthew pulling out his tooth. Im ready to unwind.
Ps no braless here. No one wants to see that :)
Posted @ 3/4/2011 5:10 PM by Karlie
I am rofl so hard! I am marching forth and ahead of my ONE a day - 63 days in to the year and I've talked to 74 individuals about 30WALK and growing! Have a great weekend!
Posted @ 3/4/2011 7:33 PM by Claudia
Fun day on the blog. A few notes before heading off to give baths.
Peggy your journaling prompts are fun. I am taking a great class right now that someday I will talk about. It is a art/journaling class. The instructor sent out a prompt today. It was: What would you do if you knew you would not fail?
Karlie, I so admire your Year Of. It is a little like the 365 thank yous in the sense it is a simple act, that when acted on daily, will probably have significant impact. Maybe next year you will write a short piece for our blog sharing your insights on how your single act impacted 30 Walk. Fascinating.