My "30 days of fun" project ended on Wednesday, my birthday.
Just having a birthday is fun, so there was that. But that was not all, oh no.
We took Nate to the zoo.
And for his first carousel ride. (Okay, he didn't find that fun but I had fun riding the horse next to him.)
My parents came by later and brought me half a dozen cupcakes from my favorite local cupcake place. (No picture, too busy eating.)
That night, we ordered pizza for dinner. Why is that fun, you're probably asking yourself. Because we NEVER order pizza and it's one of my favorite foods. (This is what happens when your husband spent years and years working at pizzerias - he never wants pizza. But it was my birthday, so pizza it was.)
This 30 day project was interesting. Some days were definitely harder than others and some days I truly stretched to find something in the day that was fun (on days I didn't have an opportunity to go out of my way to make something fun happen). But every day, I found myself trying to think of fun things that happened, which forced me to remember good parts of my day and recognize that no matter how awful a day was, there was something fun about it (even if it was as simple as relaxing at the end of the day and finding some peace).
Now I'm thinking about what my next 30 day project should be. Hmm...