Sunday, January 15, 2017

"Oma's Moon"

Day 14:
Oma's Moon

Wow.... well yesterday was just a crazy busy day for me. I know this posting should have happened before midnight to make it count as a post a day, but it just wasn't going to happen yesterday. I guess the most important thing was that I got my block made- which was already an achievement in its own because of how much I had going on yesterday. I didn't get home until almost 3 am last night! (Or this morning???) Needless to say, I'm very sleepy. I worked all day at the quilt shop yesterday, from about 8-4, got home and I desperately had to take an hour long nap, woke up, made my block, took a shower and headed out to a friends event and then went to a friends house for a game night. Like I said, 3am!!! I hadn't had that late of a night in a while. 

Anyway, enough excuses. We are all human, right? Sometimes things just don't work out the way they are supposed to, and today I will be back on track. Again, like I said, I am just happy I finished yesterdays block on time. 

If you don't know my Oma, then I'm so sorry. Your life is not quite as exciting as mine. Of course we all have people in our lives who just make this world a brighter place, but my Oma is just one of a kind. She is cheerful, positive, funny, hard-working, wise, and I mean the list could go on and on. I hate to admit it, but my Oma is always right. *insert eye rolling emoji here*

See, my Oma studies astro psychology. She studies the effects of the moon on peoples bodies, she studies mercury retrograde and the effects of it on the world, and she pretty much can tell what kind of person you are based off the day, location and time you were born. Sounds super crazy, right? Well, sure it might sound crazy, and I honestly didn't buy into it for the longest time. Until she was right. every. single. time. about. EVERYTHING. I could never wrap my head around her vast knowledge and how spot on she is every time. So, naturally, I started to believe in what she had to say, and I even reach out to her for advice. If I had done this much earlier in my life, I probably would have saved myself a ton of heartache, but people learn best from their own mistakes, right? It's just nice to know that there is someone out there to confide in and get advice from. 

My Oma is by far one of the most important people in my life. I mean, she just is crazy beautiful and she gets me. She loves me for me, and never lets me feel inadequate. If you've ever gotten a chance to eat her food, then you know she is a crazy amazing good cook, and she always makes the room light up with joy. I just love her. I just love you Oma! I can't wait until the day I have kids and they get to be around you. You are the most positive person in my life and you make my gloomy days brighter. So thank you. Thank you for making me, the moon, the sun, and this world a better place.


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