Day 26 —
Tell me: A song that you can play on an instrument
This was back in the day when I took guitar lessons.
I want to know: About the last "random act of kindness" you encountered.
It's not anything too big but I thought it was really nice. This girl who's desk is like right next to mine at work and she was going to lunch and wanted a shake. I suggested the dubs and if she wanted to get me some food she could. And she did and she didn't want me to pay for it. I wanted to pay her back for it but she wouldn't let me. It was really nice.
Show me a photo of somewhere you've been to.
I've been to Nauvoo twice. Once before they built the temple and the second time after the temple was built for a family reunion. Kiddy corner to the temple is a hotel that we stayed at so pretty much we'd walk outside the temple would just be chillin' right there. hahah. This was barely after I graduated high school. The first time was when we were moving from Florida to Utah. If you go to Nauvoo and go to the hotel. There is a bench in front of the hotel that family had donated for my grandparents 50th wedding anniversary. :)
Day 27 — Write a letter to: The friendliest person you knew for only one day
How about I met him like a day ago? haha. Ben is a blogging soon to be birthfather. I drove to Salt Lake and we went to a little greek place called the Atlantic. We talked mostly about adoption. He's really so nice, funny and talkative. I liked having a conversation with him and to go back and reminisce and talk about adoption or where I was at the point where he was. That was on the 25th. So it was good for me to have that conversation even though I was like DEAD tired that day and I was a freak. But he's the bomb.com.
Tell me: A song that you wish you could play
I want to know: The last thing that made you cry.
The 25th. The year and a half mark of placement. My heart hurt.
Show me A picture of you last year and now and how have you changed since then?
A lot of things have changed since last year and today. Last year I was working at a greasy fast food place and now I work at a therapeutic boarding school, which I LOVE. I was still grieving over the loss of my best friend and with the adoption. It was a bittersweet time for me in my life. My relationship with God has grown stronger since last year. My church attendance since last year has been more frequent and I love it. I have learned that I'm heck of a lot stronger than I was last year. I can get through anything and I'm so determined to get things done. I probably would've told you last year that my identity was I was a birth mom. I know a lot more about myself and who I am than last year. I had to get through everything to know who I really was.