Room for Pontification

by Michelle Lasley

Michelle Lasley is a mother, wife in Pacific Northwest learning to balance green dreams with budget realities.

June 9, 2012

I really do want people to make up their own minds.

I should appreciate the time to think while scratching my husband’s head or rubbing Levi’s back.

I am very thankful for the friends I have. I am, amazingly, building a circle of people who are calm, deliberate, and slow to judge. I love you all. I hope you know who you are.

My husband said, the other day, “So, you should have bought that $500 Macbook Pro a few months ago, eh? You would have stopped complaining about not having a computer that works.” “Yes, dear,” was basically my reply.

As such, I am now watching some auctions on EBay.

Thinking consistent, habit forming thoughts, please. On the road to better health.

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