A former student of mine posted this quote on Facebook in regards to his working out. He said someone at the gym commented on his six pack and that he must be one of the lucky people who are born that way. Little did the person know that my former student was once quite overweight.
The quote resonated with me so much. Yesterday on Facebook I re-shared my post on embracing imperfection HERE.
I am in the midst of trying to get our house ready to sell. We have a date Wednesday night with the Realtor to take pictures. And I am freaking out.
Why did I let some things go so long?
How did things get so cluttered?
Why didn't I noticed the horrible dings and nicks in the walls before now?
I think I have been living with the idea if I can't do it all just right, just perfect, why do any of it? If my home can't look like the magazine than why work on making it better slowly?
NO MORE! For now I am living this quote, loving this quote, being this quote.
Thank you former student and Mark Twain. I am off to improve my home!!