Hey all! I hope everyone had a great weekend! do anything fun?
Since the weather was not cooperating here in Seattle (rain rain rain), we didn’t do much. We did surprise my mom, taking a last minute trip to her house and staying the night Sunday night. It was nice to get out of the house for a little bit. Plus, J LOVES his Grandma!
No pictures of food – I relaxed and took a break from being a slave to the camera. =) Hope you all don’t mind! Today is back to normal =)
I didn’t eat breakfast until 11 this morning. I ate a lot over the weekend and I must still be somewhat full. A run is a must do for today!
Almond milk, spinach, banana, frozen peaches and flax meal. Simple, yet satisfying!
I’m not sure how many of you have heard of NaBloPoMo – it’s a blogging website where bloggers come together to share a post everyday, while the host creates themes each month to inspire those who need it. For the month of June it’s Blogging in the Now. While I don’t participate in this everyday, there are certain themes and inspirations that I will write about.
Today’s question is: When you were little, what did you want to be when you grew up?
I had a lot of dreams when I was growing up. My first dream was to be a teacher.
This dream came very naturally.
I am an only child and I was always so excited when my cousins came to visit me. With a family of 4 and a family of 2, there was never a dull moment! One of my favorite games to play was Teacher. I was always the teacher, naturally, and I would “teach” my cousins from counting, to coloring, to spelling. I would buy, well my mom would, those workbooks for kids a the local book store and I would come up with my own teaching plans and papers. We even had show and tell, recess and snack time! I loved it! I think my cousins would get a little bored but I didn’t care. I was the oldest out of all of them so whatever I said they did. =)
As I grew my dreams of being an actual teacher faded away but I am still very much a leader at heart and LOVE to teach when the opportunity presents itself.
What did you want to be when you were little?