Friday, April 26, 2013

Preparing for a Little One {The Birth Plan and Birth Story}

Linking up again for...

Preparing For A Little One

You guys, this was my favorite topic. I still think about that day and smile a big cheesy grin because it is such a beautiful memory that I will cherish forever.

You can read all about our Birth Plan here.

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Now when you read it, know that that is NOT how the whole delivering a baby thing works... There's a lot more to it that you, as a new mom, could never know. Only one person knows how it'll all go and He typically won't write you a map.

I expected to be sane through the whole thing and take our time as I've already heard it is a long, time intensive process (fun, right?). I mean, for my bag I planned to toss in a book, some cards, and some things to keep my family and friends entertained while they waited.

Then I changed my birth plan to include a tub... since I've heard it can help take the edge off. AKA: No family in the room until baby makes her appearance. Wrong.

While I expected to be in labor for hours upon hours, we were done delivering within 5 hours of arriving at the hospital. Needless to say the "plan" went out the window.

Here's how Kylie's birth story went...

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Kylie Joy joined us on October 16th 2012 at 1:18pm. She weighed in at 9 pounds and was 21 inches long. Baby girl came roaring into this world and I can't imagine there was even one person in this world that was as happy in that moment as Tyler and I were.

At my doctor's appointment on 10/15, things went as normal. NST, blood pressure, weight (ick), and she stripped my membranes. This didn't work before, so I had no hope now. Just to be safe, we had already scheduled Kylie to be induced on 10/18/12. Kylie had different plans.

Well 3am rolled around and I had some seriously uncomfortable (what felt like) menstrual cramps. I tried to time them, and I got a range of 7-9 minutes apart. Tried going back to bed... fail. Tried sleeping on the couch... fail. So I did laundry and called my sister (which she was ever so thrilled to talk to me at 4:30 am... SORRY BECCA!!).

When the pain got a little more intense, I called the hospital (about 5am) to see if these were the real deal. She told me to keep timing and come in when they were 5 minutes apart. Tyler woke at 6am per usual and at that moment, I had my worst one yet. He said "wouldn't it be crazy if we had her today?"! Careful what you wish for, dad!

He showered his 20 minute shower and asked me after how I felt. I mentioned they were getting closer based on the data from my contraction counter.

**Another side note: DO NOT download a free contraction counter. I had one and it was great... for the first twenty contractions... but then good ol' number 21 rolled around and the damn thing said "please upgrade to continue tracking contractions"! Excuse my language, but SERIOUSLY?! I was frantically hitting "BUY" but it asked for my password which I was too irritated to enter... so Tyler wrote the stats and we cleared the data to start over. Dumb.

Tyler said "What a brilliant selling technique". I have a hard time agreeing.

Tyler had his coat on ready to go to work and we sat at the kitchen table... well, he sat. I paced. When they got to 3-4 minutes apart, I decided it was time to go. Tyler said "Nah... we can wait a while". I won't share my response. I believe I may have said a few words and went out to sit in the car. He followed (smart man).

We got to the hospital at 7:15 and went to the OB floor where there was already someone checking in so a nurse came and took us to a room by 8 (bypassing the admitting room) since I was clearly uncomfortable. She said that if I dilated at all from the 2cm at my appointment the day before, I would be admitted. I was a 4.

Then it got real.

I called my mom who was on her way to work and told her to turn around and my sister and Tyler called the rest of the world.

The nurse asked me if I would like the epidural and I said "let's see how this goes, can I get in the tub?". She said sure and I jumped right in. It really helped take the edge off... until a couple of hours later I was getting mean and nearly (well maybe actually) crying during the contractions which were one on top of the other at this point. I believe on a few occasions, while my sweet husband was telling me "breathe honey, in through your nose, out through your mouth" I snapped "stop breathing on me with coffee breath!!". Fortunately he forgave me.

When the contractions were beginning to get unbearable, I decided to get the epidural. Note to all you women who want babies: If you might want the epidural, start it sooner rather than later... you have to have 1 hour to suck in a whole iv bag. They plugged me in while I was still in the tub... for comfort's sake. Didn't work.

When we were ready for anesthesia, I got out, signed my life away, and sat to get checked. I was a 7. In a matter of an hour/hour and a half, I had dilated 3 cm... average is one per hour. Maybe this is why the pain was so unreal!

I had to sit through 4 contractions while I got the epidural where you cannot move. I had Tyler pinching my feet to try to focus me elsewhere. Ouch. This was the loudest I was during the whole pregnancy... OOHING through each contraction without a break.

An hour later, I was at 9.5 cm. Baby girl wanted out fast.

We started pushing right when I got to 10. I thought it would be like on TV where they walk you through how to do it... nope. You just instinctively know how it's done. I got about 5 pushes per contraction as I felt every single one. I felt them coming. Epidural work? For about an hour.

** Side note/story: On my second round of pushing (2 minutes into pushing), I had my eyes pressed tight and I was holding my breath until something pushed down on me. My eyes snapped open in time to see my giant husband falling to the ground. Fortunately the doctor caught him before he hit the ground. Unfortunately, she caught him with the glove she just checked me with... gross. So he came to (after a little groaning) with a scratch on his face from hitting the IV machine, changed shirts, and we were back at it. While he was passing out/on the floor, I started crying hysterically saying "TYLER, WAKE UP!!! I NEEEEEED YOU!!!" Really guys, it was like a bad drama series. We have spent plenty of time laughing about it already. I love my husband.

He always says "I think that is just when it got real. I mean nothing gross was really happening yet!!". I love him.

So the doctor told him to eat some of the jello or broth I had neglected twice and we were back at it.

After  a little under an hour of pushing, our baby came screaming into the world. They laid her on my chest and all I could do is sob. I had known her for not even a minute and she stole my heart. The screams, the naked buns in my hand, and the beautiful eyes of our first baby. Even if there are words to describe this incredible unreal feeling, I can't find them. If I could relive that moment every day for the rest of my life, I would die of too much happiness.

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I held my baby for a total of two minutes before they whisked her away to clean her off and Tyler went with (just across the room) while I got stitched up.

Other than holding her for her first few minutes, the moment that still brings me to tears is the moment Tyler walked over to me, holding his baby girl with tears in his eyes and a big, happy daddy  smile on his face.

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Again, a moment I would pay all of my money to see over and over.

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While childbirth really is a beautiful thing, I think it's safe to say that even if you have a plan, that plan will likely change. Just remember to be open minded, and that once it starts, there's a light at the end of the tunnel. You'll soon be holding your new baby. That my friends, is worth all of the pain in the world.


Tuesday, April 23, 2013

SKINNY CHICKEN ENCHILADAS {Guest Post}

Remember how you met Kaitlyn last week? Well that lovely momma-to-be has agreed to guest post while I am traveling for work. THANKS KAITLYN!

Now you guys have to try these. They look amazing!!


Hello! I'm Kaitlyn and you can usually find me over at Wifessionals.

I was so happy when Melissa asked me if I wanted to come and share a healthy meal you can make for dinner.
I came up with this amazing recipe for healthy chicken enchiladas.
It is so easy and scrumptious.
And at only 200 - 250 calories a serving (depending on the tortilla you use), that's pretty dang good for Mexican food!

Skinny Chicken Enchiladas

8 enchiladas

Ingredients
1/2 cup chopped onions
1 can Rotel
12.5oz can white chicken breast
1 can chopped green chilies
1/2 cup black beans
1/4 tsp cumin
8oz plain greek yogurt
1 can healthy request cream of chicken soup
1/2 cup salsa
1 cup shredded mozzarella cheese
Cilantro
8 whole wheat flour tortillas

Instructions
1// Preheat the oven to 350 degrees. In a skillet over medium high heat, cook onions for 3 minutes. Add in the Rotel, chicken, green chilies black beans and cumin. Stir and heat thoroughly.

2// In a small saucepan, mix yogurt, soup, and salsa. Cook until heated through, stirring here and there.

3// Warm tortillas in between two wet paper towels in the microwave. Spoon 1/8 of the chicken mixture (about 2 tbsp) into a tortilla. Sprinkle with a pinch of cheese. Roll up and then place enchilada seam down in a sprayed glass casserole dish. Repeat with the other 7 tortillas.

4// Pour the soup mixture over the top of the tortillas. Sprinkle with remaining cheese. Add some dried cilantro to the top if desired. Place in the oven and bake for 20 minutes, until the cheese is bubbly and browning.

Monday, April 22, 2013

100 Healthy Snacks {Guest Post}

Hey guys! I am away from my computer this week (well, not really... but I AM working) and while I am gone, I have some AH-MAZING ladies stopping in to say hello. Now this first one you've met before. 



Hey Loves I'm Ashley the lady behind the blog Wannabe Green

I don't know about you, but I LOVE FOOD....but I like fitting in to my skinny jeans more!

With bathing suit season just around the corner, its time to start noticing what you put in your mouth. Not only can healthier food choices help you lose a few extra pounds, but also fit into that "itty bitty bikini" this summer. Changing the way you eat will allow you to live longer, feel better, and reduce the signs of aging, who doesn't want that. You can start off small with how you snack, here is a list of 100 healthy alternatives to junk food.

{1} Frozen Grapes (my kiddos favorite)
{2} String Cheeses
{3} Banana (medium size has a little more than 100 calories)
{4} Frozen Banana ( great for smoothies)
{5} Low-fat organic Yogurt
{6} Sugar-free or fat-free pudding
{7} Apple dipped in Peanut Butter (or spread peanut butter on top of apple slice and top with pecans)
{8} 100-calorie bag of popcorn (with no butter or salt)
{9} Applesauce
{10} Raw veggies with hummus (my new favorite!)
{11} Almonds ( Raw 1 oz is 170 calories)
{12} Apple
{13} Skinny S'more (two graham crackers with one roasted marshmallow and one small square dark         chocolate)
{14} Smoked Beef Jerky (about 1 oz- look for low-sodium!)
{15} Chocolate Milk (2% with sugar-free syrup)
{16}  Hard Boiled Egg
{17} Sunflower Seeds
{18} Cottage Cheese
{19} Sliced Cantelope
{20} Raisins
{21} Pita Bread and Hummus
{22} Rice Cakes....Love!
{23} Sugar-free Jello
{24} Dried Fruits
{25} Frozen Yoplait Whips Yogurt (these seriously taste like ice cream when they are frozen!)
{26} Air-Popped Popcorn
{27} Pistachios
{28} Clementines 
{29} Fruit Smoothie 
{30} Handful of olives (5 olives is 45 calories)
{31} Pickles
{32} Handful of blueberries with 2 tablespoons fat-free Cool-Whip
{33} Ants on a Log (celery with peanut butter and raisins)
{34} 1 cup mixed berry salad (raspberries, strawberries, blueberries, and/or blackberries) tossed with one tablespoon fresh-squeezed orange juice.
{35} Peanut Butter and Bananas on whole wheat bread
{36} Trail Mix (make your own! Throw in dried fruit, sunflower seeds, nuts, low-sugar cereals, and even the occasional piece of candy for something sweet.)
{37} Orange Slices
{38} Cherry Tomatoes
{39} Graham Crackers (2 whole crackers are 130 calories)
{40} Small Green Salad with light dressing
{41} Mango smoothie (frozen mango, mango Greek Yogurt, and a small amount of orange juice)
{42} Kabobs (thread low-fat meat, low-fat cheese, pineapple and cherry tomatoes onto a stick- my kids love anything on a stick!)
{43} Half of a  Cinnamon-Raisin topped with peanut butter and banana slices
{44} Grilled Pineapple (throw them on the grill or a skillet on med. heat for two minutes or until golden)
{45} Baked Apples (one tennis ball-sized apple, cored, filled with 1 teaspoon brown sugar and cinnamon, and baked until tender)
{46} Animal Crackers
{47} Strawberries dipped in fat-free Cool Whip
{48}  Low-fat tortilla topped with egg salad, shredded carrots and cucumber slices
{49} Parfait (build your own with Greek yogurt or plain yogurt, fruit, and granola) 
{50} Bowl of bran flakes with 1/2 cup skim milk and berries
{51} Guacamole with veggies
{52} Triscuit's Thin Crisps dipped in cottage cheese or hummus
{53} Cashews
{54} Pretzels
{55} Sun Chips (portion control! Read the serving amount on the side!)
{56} Cheesy Breaded Tomatoes: Two roasted plum tomatoes sliced and topped with 2 tablespoons breadcrumbs and a sprinkle of Parmesan cheese.
{57} Sugar Snap Peas
{58} Steamed Veggies (steam non-starchy vegetables in a microwave safe bag and sprinkle with 1 tablespoon of Parmesan cheese or 1/4 cup pasta sauce)
{59} Apricots
{60} Laughing Cow Light Cheese Wedges (35 calories a wedge)
{61} Any 100 calorie pack
{62} Snack/Granola bar (around 150 calories or less, like Kellogg's All-Bran, Kashi TLC Trail Mix, or Fiber one Bar)
{63} Baked chips (about 7-10) with salsa
{64} Soy Chips
{65} Protein Bar (I love Clif Bars)
{66} Sweet Potato Fries (one light-bulb sized sweet potato sliced, tossed with 1 teaspoon olive oil, and baked at 400° for 10 minutes)
{67} Wrap 
{68} Pumpkin Seeds (2 tablespoons pumpkin seeds, sprayed with oil (just a spritz!) and baked at for 400° for 15 minutes or until brown. Sprinkle a tiny amount of salt on top)
{69} Bean Salad
{70} Broccoli Florets
{71} Peaches and Cottage Cheese
{72} Chopped Red Peppers (dipped in fat free ranch)
{73} V8 Vegetable Juice
{74} Tuna with Triscuit crackers
{75} Cooked and Cubed Chicken Breast
{76} Homemade Popsicles (puree watermelon, strawberries, mango, banana, etc and freeze in popsicle molds)
{77} Dates with almond butter or rolled in coconut
{78} Quesadilla (whole wheat (or corn) tortillas w/cheese (or not) melted in microwave - adding on tomatoes, beans, corn, olives, avocado or guacamole or whatever sounds good)
{79} Watermelon
{80} Cubed Apples and Cubed Cheese
{81} Craisins 
{82} Goldfish Crackers (55 are 150 calories)
{83} Edamame ( 1cup unshelled is 120 calories)
{84} Cheesy Roasted Asparagus (four spears (spritzed with olive-oil spray) and topped with 2 tablespoons grated parmesan cheese, baked for 10 minutes at 400°)
{85} Turkey Roll-Ups (Four slices smoked turkey rolled up and dipped in 2 teaspoons honey mustard)
{86} Strawberry Salad (1 cup raw spinach with ½ cup sliced strawberries and 1 tablespoon balsamic)
{87} Oatmeal
{88} Banana Smoothie (½ cup sliced banana, ¼ cup nonfat vanilla yogurt, and a handful of ice blended until smooth)
{89} Lime Sherbet (1/2 cup serving) with sliced kiwi
{90} Apple Chips (dehydrated apples- they are so good!)
{91} Black Beans (mix 1/4 cup black beans with 1 tablespoon salsa and 1 tablespoon Greek yogurt for an added twist!)
{92} Lettuce wrap (try chicken or tuna salad with light mayo)
{93} Pecans (try five pecans roasted with 2 teaspoons maple syrup and 1 teaspoon cinnamon)
{94} Chocolate Covered Strawberries (dip 5 strawberries in 2 squares of dark chocolate- that is still good for you, right?!)
{95} Honeyed Yogurt (½ cup nonfat Greek yogurt with a dash of cinnamon and 1 teaspoon honey)
{96} Blackberries (so good mixed with plain yogurt)
{97} Frozen Mangos
{98} Tropical Juice Smoothie (¼ cup pineapple juice, orange juice, and apple juice, blended with ice)
{99} Starbucks Mocha Frappuccino bar (120 calories...if you need something sweet)
{100} Water (sometimes you are not hungry at all just thirsty

Do you have any healthy snack ideas that I didn't list?

Stay Healthy & Crafty,

 

Thursday, April 18, 2013

Low Calorie DESSERT!

Tyler and I love dessert. In fact, I think I love eating dessert more that I love eating real food! My waistline doesn't share the affection.

Now that I've been trying to slim down and get my pre-baby body back, I thought I had to cut dessert off the menu. Buuuuuut, then last night I had a craving for something sweet. Get this: Dessert that WON'T undo your day! What?! Yep. Check out this crazy concoction I like to call Berry Cups (you can use almost any berry... but I'd stick to blackberry, raspberry, or blueberry).


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This recipe makes 4 dessert cups (think 2 per person or 2 servings)

1/4 c fresh blackberries (15.5 calories)
10-12 (about 1/2 c) mini marshmallows (40 calories)
1 - 7" wonton/egg roll wrapper (93 calories)

Total: 148.5 calories (or 74.25 calories per serving)

Preheat oven to 375*

Cut wonton wrapper in 4 equal parts. I folded mine and tore and it worked like a charm. Line 4 spots in mini muffin tin with wonton wrapper

Half each of the marshmallows with scissors.

Mash blackberries and spoon into the bottom of the wrapper. Sprinkle with marshmallows.

Bake for 10 minutes or until marshmallows are almost gone and tips of wrapper are golden brown.

If your cups are a little tart, don't hesitate to add a sprinkle of powdered sugar (1 tsp = 10 calories).

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So good and not so bad. 

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Tuesday, April 16, 2013

A Recipe I Had To Share

I have recently decided to start dedicating myself to eating better and working out more. I had a baby 6 months ago and dang it if I wasn't going to be back in shape before swimsuit season hit.

I posted this picture on Instagram and Facebook today and got a very quick response so I thought since I'm not doing Food Friday for a few more weeks, I would quick share this with you. By my calculations, this whole bowl was about 200-205 calories. I ate about half of it and was stuffed. It helps that a cup of squash is only about 40 calories!!

I call it: Squashed Tomatoes

Get it?? :)


Now, let me preface this by saying: I have developed a serious love of spaghetti squash. I made it a few days ago with a homemade cauliflower puree wanna be alfredo sauce (recipe from my cousin Amanda) and it was to. die. for. Honestly, I didn't know what I was getting myself into when I bought it but it was awesome.

This recipe today was created by yours truly because.. well... I didn't have the ingredients I wanted but I wanted spaghetti squash for lunch. I simply used what I had and it was awesome.

You will need:
1 spaghetti squash
2 roma tomatoes OR one can of 100% natural petite diced tomatoes
1 tsp grated Parmesan cheese
1/2 tsp parsley
1/4 tsp powdered garlic
1/4 tsp sea salt

Cook the spaghetti squash first since it takes the longest. You can bake it OR what I found to be easiest is microwaving it. I recommend about 7 minutes per pound. Be sure to poke holes all around it with a knife so it doesn't explode in the microwave!!!

So my two pounder went in for 7 minutes, I rolled it, and it went in for 7 more minutes.

Cut off the end with the stem, slice down the middle, and separate the halves. Scoop out the seeds and with a fork, scrape out the insides which essentially look like spaghetti.

In a pan, heat up your tomatoes (canned or fresh... you'll want them warm).

Toss in garlic and salt and give it a good stir. Add spaghetti squash to pan to heat to a matching temp, pour into a bowl, and sprinkle cheese and parsley on top. So delicious and SO good for you!!

If you like it, PIN IT! :)


Tuesday, April 9, 2013

Who Are You Wearing?

is what no baby said EVER!

I might get a little controversial here.

Up until now, (I'm ashamed to say) I was always envious of those people who could afford to dress their baby in $80 outfits and put bows in their kids' hair everyday because, well, it was freaking adorable.

(Keeping in mind that I am omiting people who have to buy spendy clothes because their child is rocking the belly that only children can rock...)

Then there's my kid who's wearing rocking some discount rack Target outfit with no shoes because kids who can't walk don't need to wear shoes.

It's not like we are scraping to get by and living on 50 lb bags of rice and beans. We just know that spending our money on clothes she won't fit in next week is a waste. I mean really. Finding it at a garage sale, fine (yes, my child wears garage sale clothing. Bask in it.). We will wear the nice brands. But I'm not making my way to NYC to buy these things. Is that where you go to buy nice stuff or  did I just make that up?

It grinds my beans that people are now using their kids' fashion as a defining factor of the way they live their life. To brag about their class. For goodness sakes, who are you trying to fool?!

We know your kid puked all over an outfit today so you quick threw on something else. Why try so hard to hide the mess?? I mean yes, change them into something clean or dry or whatever; but don't get frustrated because they ruined the outfit that you spent the equivalent of last month's mortgage on. The park really isn't worried about the riding boots or (big-enough-to-eat-their-head) bow your little nugget is hating you for.

It makes me laugh when people dress their child in a way that makes them appear as though they don't play. Or get dirty. I laugh because your child hates the scratchy wool coat that you're making them wear because it looks cute in pictures.

(Please excuse me while I wipe the crusty squash from my child's face. Classy.)

You change their outfits from one J.Crew to the next with a look of oh, no big deal when we all know you're thinking for the love of God PLEASE tell me you didn't just crap all over yourself and your Armani onsie. Now I have to get the garage code and my social security number to pry you out of that thing.

I used to be embarrassed to say that my kiddo was wearing a plain white onsie with hot pink pants because the shirt that matched said pants got too small and this looked just fine. (At least she still looked like a girl.) But then I remembered that she's going to daycare and her friends really don't care. I mean, even if they could talk, they probably wouldn't be saying Oh. Em. Gee. Kylie, where did you get your bangles and infinity scarf? Because she wouldn't be wearing them anyway.

While you are busy getting your child's accessories on, I am busy getting that last load of laundry done so my kid can re-wear the outfit she wore to daycare two weeks ago (if it still fits) *GASP!*.

Am I ashamed? Nope. She grows out of everything so quickly that I couldn't keep up anyhow. Plus, her perfect skin, thick hair, and big baby blues make her the cutest dang kiddo in the room anyhow.

When she gets older and hits some kind of plateau with this whole growing gig, maybe we'll move up to a nicer brand (Walmart anyone? (I am totally kidding people. I hope you're not taking me seriously)). Heck, I'll even let her pick out her own clothes! Princess dresses all around.

Let your kid be comfortable.

BAM.

I said it.

*End scene - bow*

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Oh hey, Tarjay!

Thursday, April 4, 2013

All The Best People Are...

Mad that is.

I learned something about myself last night that I never knew. I mean, I've known me for almost 24 years now. You'd think I knew all there was to know, but I know not what I didn't know. You get it?

No?

Good. That's the point.

My husband had a fit about having canvas and framed pictures of our baby and our wedding throughout the house and in his mind, pictures of people should not be flaunted all around the house. On the walls should be art. Abstracts, nature, beauty... Things you don't see every day.

I didn't agree. In fact, I thought he was bonkers! I paid good money for those canvases and they dang well better be displayed!            I'm taking them down this weekend. (Leaving the ones in frames on the mantle and still displaying others... just not on the walls.)

From now on, the only things on the walls will be art. My art. Bet you didn't see that one coming, eh dear? I thought "baby steps" last night as I gathered my supplies to begin a painting. I intended on drawing water. A lake or a stream? While making gentle strokes and outlining the riverbanks, I began to stress out a little bit about making it perfect. I wanted ripples and waves and icy blue water that you could feel just by looking at it. I wanted perfection. 

As I was attempting this work of art, I could feel the fun being sucked out of the project. It was turning into a chore. The sad part is, this is a lot like my life. Not the fun sucker part, I think my life is quite fun. I realized however that it can be funner. (Which is a word by the way.)

 I began to think about one of my favorite childhood movies: Alice in Wonderland and the part of the movie where Alice and the Mad Hatter are discussing the sudden realization that the Mad Hatter is indeed mad!

“Do you think I've gone round the bend?"
"I'm afraid so. You're mad, bonkers, completely off your head. But I'll tell you a secret. All the best people are.

I began to splash and squirt and launch the paint all over the canvas until I was smiling and thinking of nothing other than the fun I was having. I mean, I simply stopped taking it so seriously. I went mad.

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This is so easily applicable in my life. My OCD, my type "A" personality, and my need to control things... they were beginning to get in the way of the things that truly mattered in life. 

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Perfection is in the eye of the beholder (or something like that...). Now you should know: I am by no means an artist. In fact, maybe I am? What is an artist anyway? I don't intend on selling this. In fact, anyone who'd be willing to buy it would be more mad than me! I do however intend on displaying it. Somewhere I'll see it and remember that perfection is not the key to happiness. You can't plan everything and know what each day will bring. Sometimes you just have to sit back and enjoy the ride.

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