Day 444

1. Learning about a new product called “DrumPants“.  The illustration embedded in the article made me laugh out loud!

I can only imagine the sound that is made when the wearer strikes other parts of his body…  :)

I can only imagine the sound that is made when the wearer strikes other parts of his body… 🙂

2. Reading the following quote: “Say ‘yes’ as often as you can.  ‘No’ doesn’t move you.”  ~Michael J Fox

3. Seeing a Facebook status that read, ” If you could go back and say something to yourself – at any age….what age would it be and what would you tell yourself?” – then scrolling through the amazing comments that people posted.  I adored seeing the love that individuals shared with themselves – and I hope that we can all do this not only for our past selves, but for our present lives as well.  If you are willing to share your thoughts via a comment, I’d love to read it!  🙂

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Stef

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4 thoughts on “Day 444

  1. Crowing Crone Joss

    I am so thankful those drum pants were not invented when my boys were teenagers. I might have truly lost my mind! hmmm, I would go back and tell my 14 year old self “be bold”. Maybe I need to tell my 58 year old self “be bold”!

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    1. Stef Post author

      I think only a foolish parent would purchase drum pants for their teen son. 🙂 I like your response to your 14- and 58-year old self! Though I would assert that your current self is already quite bold (i.e., move to Europe for several months) – and I like it!

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  2. bellasjournies

    I would tell myself at around the age of 11-12 that life will get better, even though its so grim at the moment. Parents don’t normally treat their kids the way you are being treated, and 3 simple words, “I love you.” Something I haven’t learned to do until the last couple years of life.. 🙂

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    1. Stef Post author

      I’m sorry to hear that your childhood wasn’t happy or supportive. Sadly, I know you have a lot of company in that regard. But happily, I also know many of those mis-treated kids turn that negative energy around and become even more loving adults. I’m delighted to hear that you are able to apply some of that love to yourself!

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