Have you ever noticed how negative you are, even when you don't think you are? I had a rough day at work and so I was glad I had pre-written my post. After all, my mother sent me an email of admonishment / encouragement the other day when I was having a rough time and blogged about it. I didn't want to be sewing seeds of sadness. However, when I took another look at what I had written, there was still a current of despair in it.
Upon realizing this trend in my writing, tweeting and status-ing (I can make up words if I want, it makes me happy), I decided I'm only allowed one negative post, tweet or status per day. My hope is to eliminate the negativity all together, but for now, I'll allow my misery to enjoy some company. Of course, I've already tweeted my trouble for the day, so let's be positive.
I was originally complaining, in the post I wrote last night, about the limits I'm finding with the few clothes at my disposal. I had an outfit in mind for today that just read as boring. However, this morning I realized not only was the jacket a little wrinkled, but the dress smelled of campfire. I quickly threw this outfit together, and I really love it! It's mostly the motion everything has when I walk.
I also realized why these shoes were killing my feel the last few times I wore them! At the end of last summer, the bottom of the shoe began peeling up (they're cheap, but I've worn them so often they owe me nothing!), so my solution on that day was to grab the pair of insoles I keep in my desk in case of emergency, and then my toes wouldn't damage the shoe more than they already had. It was meant as a short term fix, but soon I forgot why I had them in there. Today, I looked down at my feet, as my toes began to pinch, and realized I had never fixed the original problem. I slipped out the insoles, and while the inside is still peeling up, I feel like I could run a marathon in these!