I’m blogging over at BlogHer today – if you’re parenting teens and tweens, and can relate to the stresses of a busy day, please visit me there.
Yesterday I wrote a somewhat bitter post on self-reflection. Or maybe it was self-doubt. Either way, it left me feeling blue. When I finished it, I closed my computer and walked away from my desk to give myself a break.
As I reached for another cup of coffee, I heard my phone buzz. It was a text message from my teenage daughter:
Hey mama so we are in stress management class and we’re doing this happiness practice thing and we are supposed to thank somebody we are grateful for or who has had an impact on our life so mama thank you for always being there and keeping me from falling behind. I know that sometimes I seem ungrateful and tired and bratty but I really truly always appreciate everything you do. Thank you for being you.
I guess I’m getting it done after all. Although I might consider some discussion on the importance of punctuation.