Hi there! I hope you all have had a great week. It's been cold and rainy here for the past few days, but the weekend is supposed to bring Spring-like temperatures. I love Winter, but I think I'm ready for some warmth and sunshine!
So, if you read my last blog post, you know that I've given up Facebook for Lent. Today is the third day, and I am proud to say that I have not cheated once! I removed the app from my iPhone, I removed the shortcut from my browser, and I have a big ol' Post-It note on my laptop to remind me: "No Facebook until Easter!" I did find myself going through my day yesterday thinking of little snippets to use for a status. I thought that was interesting. I don't think it's a bad thing that I think of posting to Facebook throughout my day, because really I just want to share my day with my family and friends. Anyway, I'm really happy that I've given it up for a while, and have not regretted my decision once yet. I'm finding that I really do have more time to do other things.
As I mentioned in my previous blog post, I intended on spending that extra time on my writing -- writing here on the blog, writing in my journal, and working on my novel. Now, granted, it's only been three days, and I've been pretty busy at work, so the only spare time I've had has been after my work day and after my home stuff is finished. Still, though, I haven't gotten much writing done. In fact, this post and my previous post have been the only writing so far. I'm not worried. There's still plenty of time.
I have had one project on my to-do list for quite a while, and finally got around to starting it last night. I started working on my family tree at Ancestry.com. And oh my goodness it has turned into something pretty cool! I'm going to write about it in detail in my next post here, but let's just say that I came across my father's baby book -- that I didn't even know I had! -- and discovered three handwritten letters from 1945 from my grandfather to his baby son (my dad). I was completely stunned when I found them! This project has turned into something that I wasn't expecting, and I'm so excited to see where it will take me.
Well, I think this is all for now. I just wanted to pop in with a quick update. I hope you all are well and happy, and have fun things planned for your weekend!
Until next time, be well.