Goals with Grace: April

April Goals

Let’s all pretend that March didn’t happen and just move past the fact that I missed an entire 31 day window of time.

Progress on February goals:

Decide on a devotional: didn’t do it, I really want to go look at devotionals and pick one out. I understand that our world is becoming more and more paperless, but I do much better have something physical to hold, scribble on and refer back to.

Figure out some blogging basics: didn’t do. In all honesty, I’m not going to. Looking at blogging as a business has stalled me (clearly). I need to find a smaller goal.

Decorate our bedroom: bought new bedding! And a lamp! Cleared the clothes off the top of the dresser and organized my closet, but no, did not decorate my bedroom.

Eli’s birthday: DID IT! Yay! It was not big, but we did have a little gathering at the coast with our family and it was perfectly low key and wonderful. And much like I assumed he wouldn’t, he didn’t care at all. I wonder if birthdays mean more when you have siblings?? As of right now, Eli having his nuclear and extended family fawn over him is just another day in the life.
Valentine’s Day: did it! Was just a simple low key affair at home, in which I received the sweetest letter. Gifts make me strangely anxious and uncomfortable, but words of adoration? Right up my alley.

Host framily dinner: completely forgot that this was even a goal.

Link up with tiny twig: waah waah 🙂

Basically I hit it out of the park with my goals. I’m Whatever. Honestly, the fact that I move off of my couch and out of my blanket cocoon at any point once the temperature dips below 60 is an accomplishment for me.

With out further ado, April goals:

Start naptime diaries for mom: it’s a devotional of sorts! Yay!

FINALLY finish backyard, as in plants, furniture, garden, this has been a goal for about 6 years

Bring back girls brunch

2 family fun days

Read a book

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