I got really excited yesterday when I found out that Jaime had taken over Stream of Consciousness from Jana - it's been a while and I had no clue.
Sit down. Five minutes. Write.
Don't correct yourself - who doesn't, though - really?
And don't go back and edit - that I don't do, honestly. But I'm not much of an editor when it comes to my own posts. Not all that often, anyways.
So - here I am, one minute in and ready to roll.
I bought a Garmin Vivofit today. It's one of those wristband activity trackers that I've wanted for ages. It's kind of like the Kindle - an enigma for a while - and then finally I figured, why the heck not, right? I want one. I should get one.
The guy at Verizon did a great job of convincing me that this one would work for me. So here I am. Wearing it in all its glory.
I know - it's a stream of consciousness post - but I decided that this picture was being put into this post before I started writing and realized I'd be doing this kind of free write.
Pause my five minutes, please. My dog wants to go outside.
Okay, I'm back. That was way longer than pausing for the dog. The dogs are both in by now and I just spent a few minutes cutting up some chicken to douse with BBQ sauce. For grillin'. Which to be is barbecue. Which down here in the south is so not the same thing. It's cooking out.
This was one of the biggest discussions on my FB page forever ago.
Speaking of FB pages, I've done another big thing in the last few days, besides by a Garmin "bracelet/watch" ... I created a page for my social worker self. I just felt that it was time.
I don't have a website up just yet but that will be in the works. I'm contemplating too many things and I figured that a FB page would be where to begin.
I also registered for tsü. Is that what it's called? Oh, wait. I used the wrong fancy u. It's tsū. I'm there. Come find me. If you want. Or not. It's all good.
It might go the way of Ello. But we'll see.
Right now my daughter and mother-in-law are playing cards and I hear them communicating over the game. It's called baseball. I think.
Do you enjoy playing games with your kids? I'm kind of glad I get a small break because I must admit, I don't always love the game playing. Maybe it was too many years of playing with my clients? I don't know. All I know is I'm totally okay with my daughter not owning Candy Land. So ssssh. Let's be sure that Santa doesn't even think about it - m'kay?
And at that note I think I've gone over the five minutes. But you can have a turn, too. Pop over to Love, Jaime and join us.