Friday Confessional 2.20.15
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Good morning, lovelies!
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I thought with open enrollment ending that I’d have a little time to catch up and work and create some breathing room. Not so much. It’s a good thing to be so busy since I work for myself, but I need a day off.
Fortunately, some ladies and I are making a day trip to Charleston this weekend. More happy news includes warmer temperatures while we’re there.
I know that our cold temperatures are not as bad as some parts of the country, but I am so miserable right now. The only thing I can say is that cold weather is great motivation for my crafty projects.
I finished up my first knitted scarf on Tuesday evening, and it has been keeping my little neck warm. I’m moving on to hand warmers this evening.
It’s no secret that we cook chili frequently at our house when the weather is cold outside. Our neighborhood association is having a chili cookoff this weekend, and the timing with the weather couldn’t be better.
I’ll be entering our turkey squash chili, and I’ll be sharing the recipe tomorrow at A Little Seed Grows. Check it out if you want a healthy chili to warm up with.
In jujitsu on Wednesday, we were filming throws and falls so that those of us who are junior belts could review and see what adjustments need to be made. I was surprised to find this video on my phone.
These are two of the blacks that I train with. It’s a blessing and curse to train with so many talented senior students. Even though they have a decade more martial arts experience than I do, I can’t help but expect my techniques to look like theirs.
This is an absolute truth in my house.
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