So here I sit, with my I'm ashamed of my blogging habits behavior. As much as I intend to update and blog on a regular basis I just don't make the time to do so. Therefore, no excuses...we will just go with, I will try to do better!
Oh so much has changed in the (rather long) time that it's been since my last post and as I sit and reflect it becomes quite thought provoking. Especially when I find myself awake in the middle of the night with thousands of thoughts; New products for Toddle Tags, Did I send in the check for that school fee? Why did I drink a Diet Coke at 9pm knowing it would keep me awake? Will my heart survive watching my daughter learn difficult life lessons? Will she ever know how very proud and impressed I am for the way she is handling disappointment with such grace and dignity? Did I switch the laundry to the dryer before bed and how did another day go by without finding time to call my sister and... oh, is that a bug on the ceiling or a shadow? Etc., etc., etc... you get the picture. So with those thoughts in mind, I find myself reflecting on the challenges of change rather than the blessings of change. Not good! I then decide that I must embrace these changes and find the good in them. With that in mind, as I so often do, I find myself seeking a direction, so I say a prayer and decide... Let's start with understanding change, defined (thanks to handy dandy google) as;
Ironically, I just spoke this week to a friend regarding a difficult situation and his words were, "this is a building block." I just love when God puts those subtle things in your path! So with that spirit in mind and the words of one of my favorite friend's, "let's plow forward" and see where it takes us! Building the new... which will include many new products for Toddle Tags. By the way, have you seen our new vinyl products? Probably not since we haven't added but only one to our website so far, however...here's a sneak peek of what's to come:
So off I go to BUILD THE NEW in my attitude toward change, among other things... :-)
P.S. Don't you love when you do spell check and it doesn't find any wrong? Yes, that rocks!