A Basque in Boise

Who’s testing my limits?

It’s a good thing we talked last night during Basque class about the things that make us happy, what bothers us, and how we could make every day a happy one. John and Esther said slowing down, others said drinking more wine, and I mentioned living in the present with a positive attitude and not being a bitch. I’m finding it just a tiny bit difficult to follow my own advice barely eight hours later, already hitting on the first six items of the list, when I got up and stared in disbelief at my broken coffee-maker, just 15 minutes before I have to wake up my kids. One thing is to face every day with a smile, and another to do it without coffee.

On the plus side, today can’t really get any worse, unless all the Moxie Javas went on strike this morning.

Thanks for passing by: ↓

Diana Ysabel Bilbao Amaya Oxarango-Ingram Conchi

3 thoughts on “Who’s testing my limits?

  1. Diana

    Crap! Si estuvieras más cerca, te llevaba un cafecito. Thank goodness for Kleenex and Moxie, jajaja.

  2. Diana

    Crap! Si estuvieras más cerca, te llevaba un cafecito. Thank goodness for Kleenex and Moxie, jajaja.

  3. Ysabel Bilbao

    I know you don’t have a smile on your face today…but this made me chuckle…to picture you looking at the coffee maker and being very very pissed!

  4. Ysabel Bilbao

    I know you don’t have a smile on your face today…but this made me chuckle…to picture you looking at the coffee maker and being very very pissed!

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