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Many good choices...but not perfect!

Tuesday, September 29, 2015

This is actually a line I am borrowing from one of my Sparkfriends and her blog. Once in a while when i read something, the words seem to attach themselves to me and not let me go. This was one of those phrases. Thank you Justyna!

In my last blog I was writing about how I want to use the last 100 days of 2015. As usual my goals were quite ambitious, and of course I am already behind in my endeavor. However, I am far from discouraged. The above phrase sums it up perfectly. I have made many good choices, but my days have definitely not been perfect. And I know no matter what, I will never have a perfect day. And really, that is not what I am striving for. As long as today is better than yesterday, and tomorrow better than today, I am on the right track.

One of my goals till the end of the year has been to get rid of one item every day. Well, tomorrow is trash pick up day, so I better catch up on some of my discarding activities. Maybe I can even work ahead and clear out some additional items. So, off to work I go! emoticon
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  • LADYDL
    I really like the idea of cleaning or getting rid of one item a day!! Perfect :)

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    1974 days ago
  • HAWTGRANNY2014
    No one is perfect and who wants to be. Just be you and do what you can. I know you have it in you to succeed. succeeding is trying and you are doing that. I am not perfect...far from it but I am trying to do the best I canl Hugs, Pam
    1975 days ago
  • BLUEJAY1969
    Perfectly unperfect is what you are my dear! Good for you realizing that sometimes you can't make sweeping changes all at one time and expect to keep up with them in a perfect fashion!
    Hugs,
    Jeanne
    1977 days ago
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