I'm trying. I really am. I want to have a better attitude. I don't want to be that person, the one who is known for a bad attitude. But I've been told that I have a bad attitude. So I am that person. And I'm trying to change. I know I can't control everything; I can't control other people. It's unfortunate, I know, I hate to break it to you, but I can't control people. It's really terrible. So I'm trying to control my reactions. But underlying my reaction is this overwhelming anger at how I can't control my life because of other people.
The other day, we had a terrible wind storm and there was damage that my husband is working on fixing. He had some help today.
|Splurges and stuff from Whole paycheck|
|Things from TJ's|
I get home and had a lot of things to do.
I can't find a hand wash t-shirt I was going to wash tonight. Where is it?
I ate my yummy dinner; he liked it too, he thinks it's the (Sprout's spicy chicken) sausage that he likes. It was the sausage, garbanzo bean, zucchini, sweet potato, onion, garlic, marinara sauce mixture I'm becoming very fond of making. I follow up with some German Chocolate coconut milk ice cream. It's fantastic.
The other night, I went to the gluten free foodie tour (#gffoodietour) and was a little underwhelmed while I was also overwhelmed. The people were great, once I got past the initial shock of everyone seeming to know each other (and I knew no one) but the extensive gluten-free menu had very little that I could consumer. I saw this review of the event which included a link to the Twitter stats. My favorite was that someone said Flemings offers a full #glutenfree menu! That's amazing!#gffoodietour and someone responded so does my kitchen and it's 100 times better. Boom, indeed! Also, I'm still mad I lost my sweater.
At least I found my T-shirt before going to bed.