Have you guys noticed that for the past couple days I’ve been adding “Happy” pictures in the beginning of each post? I’m hoping they make you smile and appreciate each day!
Now onto “Trade Em Up Tuesday”. I’ve seen Alex’s @ TheRunWithin do these sort of posts every week, and decided I wanted to be just like her and join in, haha.
I would trade… being sick to being healthy. The antibiotics the doctor prescribed me do absolutely nothing for the pain. Only reason I’m still taking them is because they’ve been helping me sleep great at night. Sleep=painfree Jessie
I would trade… sunshine for rain. Before I moved out here back in May it had been raining every single day and I hated it. If I would’ve known that it’d be the last time I’d see rain for months, I probably would’ve appreciated it more. (Yeah, I’m not sure why I was thinking it would rain out here in the desert. Silly me)
I would trade… today for September 7th. The hubs and I are beyond excited for our vacation to Greece. Yes we can’t wait to experience the beautiful island, but we’re pretty excited for a drink! Have I ever told you guys alcohol is illegal out here??
I would trade… a non-existing period for a period. Can’t say I thought I’d ever say that! Just having a period would make me feel like I’m really on the right track to becoming “healthy”. I know there could be a million reasons why I’ve lost it (I need to see a dr. I know), but it would be nice to find out why. Am I running too much? Am I not getting the proper nutrients my body needs? What on earth is the reason!!
I would trade… stupid Kuwaiti channels for some reality tv & food shows. I admit, I love all the Real housewives’ season. I also miss the food channel/network… especially cupcake wars. I’d make the hubs watch it with me @ night.
This isn’t an “I would trade”… but I would love it if my family were able to come to Kuwait for Christmas. I know it’s forever away, but the hubs doesn’t get the day off. Who wants to be alone all day on such a loving holiday?
- What would you trade up for??
- What’s a Christmas tradition in your home?