Hello there! Welcome to my weekly gratitudes.
It’s been a week already. Before I begin, let me ask you – how was your week? I hope there were a few moments that made you pause and sent a prayer of gratitude to the universe.
The week that went by was an okay, one for me. Sort of. By mid-week, I suffered from extreme exhaustion and had to slow down a great deal. Thankfully, I was able to take it easy and gradually regain my energy back.
I didn’t write last week as I wanted to. Somehow time slipped away and I felt like I am running a losing race. But my problem is I am losing to myself. Never mind my rant. It’s not the end of the world. I will do better this week. Anyhow, I did publish a #ThursdayTreeLove post on my Void Thoughts blog after ages. Whatever little I could. Right? Being able to write or not, I think I feel a tinge of happiness when I feel guilty about not being able to write. I see hope there. Oh, my twisted mind!
I spoke to my best friend from school over the week. It was so nice, to say the least. I also caught up with another friend from my college, my namesake, leading to yet another wonderful reconnecting. So, last week definitely saw a chatty me as I spoke to a couple more people over the phone. It’s wonderful to catch up with old friends, isn’t it? I am grateful.
I finished reading The Notebook last week. I am not into reading romance, but this one with its beautiful writing and the tragic moments got into my good books. The more I read, the more I understand what I love to read. In a way, by reading all these books I am getting to know myself a little better. I didn’t think that was possible. Isn’t that amazing?
I also get so much done in the course I am doing currently. Of course, there is so much more to get done.
Oh yes, I finally was able to utilize my time effectively and was able to bring some discipline to my Hulu and YouTube videos watching. I really was a good girl and watched only one episode of just, the one show. And when I watched the motivational videos, I did so while finishing up other mundane tasks. I am so proud of me, you know. I am not how long I will be able to keep up with that though.
That’s about it. My week was a good one I would say, not without its challenges. But at the end of it, I feel fine, good even. I am looking forward to the new week.
You have a good one!