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  1. A Thousand Times, I Love You

    Monday, 14 December 2009

    You may see over there on the left under the picture of Adam, there is a list of numbered links.

    2 years ago, I embarked on a little endeavour I entitled "A Thousand Times, I Love You".

    It started out innocently enough. For Valentines day, I wrote a list of 100 things I loved about Adam. He was so chuffed about it, that I decided to do it again. And from there, it morphed. I figured out that if I wrote 100 things every month until his 30th birthday, I would reach 1,000 individual things.

    It was THE best year of our marriage to date.

    Amazing what a little positive thinking will do.

    I've started making Adam a book of his, using blurb.com, but then my scanner died, and I couldn't save any more photos, then our computer crashed... blah blah blah. Needless to say, it still sits there forlornly, waiting my attention.

    I want very much to re post the lists here on blogger, but for some reason, it won't let me copy/paste. So for now, you can read them if you click the links.

    Anyway, all this to say that, as you may or may not have gathered, I've struggled with liking my kids the last year or two. The three eldest all have learning delays, and all our frustration levels have peaked. Moving into a house half the size we were in with zero back yard has worn all of our nerves to threads.

    I'm thinking I need to think positively about my kids for a while. I'm going to post a list of 100 individual things I love about each child once a month on Mondays and Fridays, just to fit them all in.

    Of course, today is a Monday, so I might start tomorrow ;)

    All I'm going to need for this project, is a notebook and a pen. New thoughts always struck me about Adam when I was driving, or otherwise occupied.

    I have learned.

    And you never know. My redirected attitude and focus might just be the making of them.

    Or me.
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  2. 1 comments:

    1. Meli n Pat said...

      That is an absolutely fabulous idea. I think I will do the same thing for my husband. I look forward to an incredible year!
      Thanks, and it's been great to get to "know" you better!

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