If We Were Having Coffee // Christmas was Good, but I’m Glad It’s Over

13 thoughts on “If We Were Having Coffee // Christmas was Good, but I’m Glad It’s Over”

  1. Congratulations on over a month cigarette free! That is amazing! Keep up the good work. That Kill Bill double feature sounds like a lot of fun. Unlike you, I am more than happy to wave goodbye to 2015 as it whizzes by. I’m ready to leap into 2016 and not look back I have so many good things planned!

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    1. Thanks! I have good things planned for 2016 too but still, 2015 was a pretty good year for me. I just want to hold onto it a little longer before I step into the unknown. A new year can be a little scary :/


  2. Christmas money is for splurging not the practical stuff paychecks go to. Have fun with it. I’m also eying cash my Grandmother sent me thinking about what I need vs want. A new toilet in the master bathroom or highlights for my hair. Sometimes you need to go for fun instead of practical. Yeah for healthy lungs! You must feel wonderful knowing how hard you’ve worked.


    1. I like the way you think! I’m still not sure, I always worry that later I will regret splurging. It has happened to me too many times in the past :(

      I’ll probably end up going though :)

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      1. You should spend with no regrets. Memories are priceless. Don’t second guess your decision to have some fun now and again. Some of my favorite “splurges” didn’t cost a ton of money, but seemed frivolous at the time… mostly because it was something just for me. You can’t put a price on the way something makes you feel… Unless it’s a holiday MAC red lipstick set you bought on sale on Macy’s so was technically $27.95 + tax. But really, it’s worth more than that if you you feel sexy and powerful, and a little less like a frazzled mother of 4 boys every time you swipe it over your lips. In that case, its totally worth it.


  3. Lisa, congrats on the smoking front. Good for your health but also good for your psyche to overcome this hurdle.
    I am with you on the trying to be organised for 2016. My son starts high school and my daughter also starts at a new school and I want them both to be able to do there best, which means providing a neat study environment at home. Being organised. I also have quite a few writing and photography projects to tackle. I also want to overcome a horrible sense of needing to be perfect which is seriously starting to hold me back. That said, while I always allow others to make mistakes, others are not so gracious and this has made me more reluctant to step out there.
    Anyway, I hope you have a Happy and productive New Year and thanks for the coffee!
    xx Rowena


    1. Thank you!

      Sounds like you have a lot planned for the upcoming year! I understand your issue with needing to be perfect, it’s the reason I can’t make any art anymore. I hope to get over that too in 2016. Good luck to you :)

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