Three Things Thursday #20 (Very Belated Edition)

A desire to be in charge of our own lives, a need for control, is born in each of us.  It is essential to our mental health, and our success, that we take control.
— Robert F. Bennett

Wow.  Sorry for such a delay.  I wasn’t home Thursday night until late and I was too tired to post, and then Friday I was busy, and yesterday it was on my list of things to do (along with about 20 other things) and it just got lost in the shuffle.

At any rate, here’s this week’s list:

1. Taking charge of your mental health

2. Those giant 6- or 8-seat strollers day care centers use to take their tiny charges out for walks on nice days

3. Wii – I’m not a video game girl, really, but Wii is a totally different experience.  Aimee was here a couple weekends ago and we played for hours, till we were exhausted.  Yesterday, David and I played the new Grand Slam Tennis, where his Roger Federer beat my Rafael Nadal (at the French Open, no less, which would never happen in real life), and our doubles team of Bjorn Borg and Stefan Edberg lost humiliatingly to the Williams sisters.  So fun!

What are you happy about or grateful for today?

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One thought on “Three Things Thursday #20 (Very Belated Edition)

  1. Last Thursday as I was driving home from work there was the most BEAUTIFUL sunset behind me that I watched in my rear mirrors. I thought of you and knew that I had to include it on my Three Things Thursday list.

    1. Beautiful sunsets and warm afternoons
    2. Having a job even if it DOES make me work on Father’s Day!
    3. Upcoming holidays, sooner than we think!

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