Tuesday, February 27, 2007


I haven't been writing much recently. I just haven't had time, I'll be honest. Little Mr. Darwin is a pretty high-needs baby, so I spend most of my time catering to him. It sucks, sometimes, I'll be honest, but it's the job I signed up for. I try to do it without complaining as much as possible (except to J, of course).

Life is pretty awesome here. I got a job working from home! Yay! I'm going to be helping my mom out with a website she's putting up. Should be fabulous and it's something I'm really excited about doing. I'll let everyone know when it's actually time to view it.

And I recently made a huge breakthrough for myself. I realized I want to be the best me I can be ... nothing else. I need to put aside my pettiness, my envy, my fear of being judged by others, and just settle in to being the best me that I can be. Because truth be told, I can do it all if I just put my mind to it. I can rule the world (yeah, my little world, but that's a pretty big deal for me).

So yeah. I gotta run, the little man is starting to wake up from his nap.

Much love, my world-wide-friends.

(And as to my last post, after 38 hours of labor, my dear friend Meag had her adorable daughter naturally. So welcome to the world, little Miss Llewellyn Pearl!)


Blogger Kirsten said...

Just knowing spring is somewhere kind of close makes me always feel like changing something in my life. That's a great idea to try and be a better you instead of being anything else. Now's the time I guess, mama.
Congrats to your friend Meag!

11:52 AM  
Blogger faye said...

Thanks, Margaret! I wish we lived closer to one another...I'm seeing wine...I'm seeing hot tea...I'm seeing chocolates...I'm seeing nature walks w/ little Darwin!

I miss your musings, but will keep checking for your updates. Happy mommy-ing!


12:29 PM  
Blogger Faithful Soles said...

Terrific post, love the candor and frankness in your blog. I can tell you are going to be the best you, and that includes being a great mother.

If you get a chance, please visit my running web site, Faithful Soles. I have a categorized and searchable Running Blog Database with bloggers from all over the world and would appreciate it if you would link your blog to it. I know there are a lot of other moms out there that would love to know about your blog.

8:21 PM  
Blogger lukas said...

it's funny these realizations we have....they seem so obvious for a few moments and then it can all shift again...but for a few moments we had that perspective...that clarity and it feeds us. May you stay on the mountain.

11:38 AM  
Blogger faye said...

I still cant help but think what fun we'd have it we lived closer. How long have we been reading eachother? 3? 4? yrs?

10:02 PM  

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