Wednesday, March 2, 2011

10 "Must Haves" for Spring

Today's post is inspired by MamaKat 's writer's workshop prompt, "Share 10 'Must Haves' for Spring"

When I first saw this prompt, my mind immediately went to flip-flops, bikini's, ect. Yeah, yeah...who doesn't need those. The more I thought about it though, the more I decided that my "must haves" for this spring are less on the consumer side of things. The list is a bit random, but you really shouldn't expect anything else.

So here they are... My 10 "Must Haves" for Spring (in no particular order)

#1. Motivation. This winter (and recent events in my life) have killed my motivation. I always battle the winter blahs and this year has been worse. Once this craptastic weather breaks, I need to get my butt in gear and get back to living.

#2. Forgiveness. I need to forgive him and myself. I could write a book on this one thing alone.

#3. Trust. Something tells me that this isn't something that I can just pick up at the local Wal-Mart and I am guessing that it isn't something I will have by the end of Spring. However, I will start trying. I honestly don't know if I will ever be able to trust a man again, not completely. Not only that, but I am beginning to wonder if I will ever be able to trust myself again. Trust myself to make good decisions, trust myself to truly see what is in front of my face, trust myself to be able to make it as a single mom.

#4. Snuggles. Who doesn't need some good snuggling? It's one of those often taken for granted things you have in a relationship. A good movie is so much better when you have someone to lean on and cuddle with. I hear you can find this on craigslist, but that's just way too creepy. I'll stick with my puppy for now.

#5. $1 million dollars. Yeah I know, money can't buy happiness. Probably true, but in the name of science, I would really like to test this theory. No? Well this is my damn list, so shut it.

#6. Common Sense. No, not for me. I already have some. What I would like, is to have a bag full of it so I could pass it out to the hordes of people who are severely lacking it. Holy shit, they are everywhere and I really would like to have a nice spring where I don't have to deal with moronic dipshits.

#7. Sex. Don't judge me. I'm in my 30's and maybe I'm a bit bitter and jaded, but that doesn't mean I don't have a damn pulse.

#8. A clone. I've only been a single working mom for 5 months and it's hard work. I could seriously benefit from having another one of me to help with the load.

#9. Nap-time. I would love to have a 2 or 3 hour nap-time everyday. You know, one without interruptions. I could even multi-task and nap while tanning...two birds, one stone.

#10. Screw it, I'm adding flip-flops to the list. I know I said I was staying away from the typical consumer list, but I DO need a good pair of flip-flops.

Mama’s Losin’ It


The Mommy Mambo said...

I'm so excited about flip-flop season too :) There are no other shoes to fit the warm months of the year.
Good for you for being a strong single mom! Don't blame you on the sex thing. NOt one bit. A girl has needs too!

Jessica said...

I would seriously recommend not finding a snuggle partner on craigslist...very creepy. I hope you are able to find some motivation, trust, and forgiveness this spring.

Who could really make a must have list for spring and not include flip flops on it, I mean really, arent' flip flops a staple item for women's closets.

Bruna said...

I'll take the flip flops, the naps and your #7 ... but, shhh ...don't make me type it! Ha ha

tiffany1377 said...

Bruna...I won't tell if you don't!

Making It Work Mom said...

Love your list.

Please don't look for snuggles on Craig's List - that would give me sleepless nights!

Wait! Who said money can't buy happiness. I refuse to let go of that dream!!!

tiffany1377 said...

Don't worry, I will not being using Craigslist for that. It's an okay way to buy a car or something, but that's where I draw the line. If you haven't checked out the Craigslist personals, I highly recommend it for the entertainment's pretty hysterical.

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