Day 6: I am grateful for examples, both good and bad. The good so I can emulate them; the bad so I can HOPEFULLY learn from them.
Day 7: Chapstick. Crazy? I seriously have an addiction to chapstick. Since I can remember I have always had a tube (or 10) either in my pocket, purse, night-stand, sock, diaper bag, cup cupboard, hoodie, or robe-or all at the same time. For whatever reason I.NEED.CHAPSTICK. In high school I would keep one in my sock while I played basketball-even during games. It was never a problem until my senior year when we played in a playoff game. The girl I was guarding didn't like how I guarded her so she TATTLED to the ref that there was something in my sock. You should have seen the look on his face when I told him what it was and why it was there-"my lips get chappy." He made-no, MADE-me get rid of it. I turned to the opposing player and called her a "tattle-tale" and then proceeded to whoop on her as..I mean, our team beat them pretty good and advanced in the state playoffs. Chapstick rocks!