like 10 elephants. or one of jesus’ friends.
Before bed time, I asked the 5, 3, and 1 year old children for their thoughts regarding the growth process of any facial hair they’ve observed the past 10 days. Their responses were beyond insightful:
As far as Operation Eleanor goes, I’m not sure I’ve engaged in activities requiring overcoming fear every day this month, but here are a few actions I’ve taken that required pushing beyond comfort zones:
1.) admitted to Phil, who works full-time with AA, that I may have an issue with stopping when I start
2.) went on a “blind date” dinner with some dude Phil recommended I meet who made the same realization 1 year ago
3.) bought a plane ticket to Nicaragua to volunteer at an orphanage for 4 days next month
4.) started a kickboxing class tonight
5.) attended a parent-teacher conference (with a mustache)
6.) tracked down a man who mentored me 13 years ago and met with him (with a mustache)
7.) attended a mediation (with a mustache)
8.) attended an Alabama business school alumni event (with a mustache)
9.) failed to request assistance from my mother for Pretty Bride’s trip out of town next week for the first time ever
10.) told a client he was being an idiot for trying to take a case to court to prove a point instead of accepting a good settlement offer (with a mustache)
And speaking of well received, some more donations would be well received! Here’s your link.