It’s almost midnight.
Six out of the eight of us are sick.
We move tomorrow.
A bomb basically went off in the house.
Andy and I are practicing some serious mind over body.
So as I try to drift off to bed my mind is racing about how I’m going to fail tomorrow.
I’m a surely going to fail at having every box labeled appropriately.
I’ll probably fail at not losing the important cords that the Comcast guy will need.
I will probably lose somebody’s special treasure.
I won’t feed the kids anything nutritious and possibly anything at all tomorrow.
I will likely not be able to hug and appropriately thank all the amazing people that are helping us.
My sick kids will not get cuddled. Hopefully, I’ll be able to find the medicine to keep their fevers down.
It’s a family member’s birthday that I failed to recognize properly.
I will probably snap at my husband several times. I will fail at recognizing his own stress and exhaustion.
I will be tunnel focused on getting us moved.
And it’s December 31.
And it’s an important, huge day for The Adventure Project.
Our team is working insanely hard. And I should be helping them more.
We have some 2012 goals that we really need to hit tomorrow.
I want to be helping. Because it’s important to me. Because they all work so hard.
I feel like I will fail them tomorrow as well.
I am going to be a big fat failure tomorrow.
I just am.
So while I am off failing everyone that I love so dearly, you guys can help if you want.
Check out our 2012 Results. It’s pretty cool to see the imagery for everything that was accomplished this year.
You can see too what we still need funded in the Health, Hunger and Environment programs.
(The Water Program is FULLY FUNDED for 2012!)
Sarah is super awesome and speedy with issuing receipts, so if you need to release some 2012 money, would love for you to consider joining us today.
Thanks for your patience.
Thanks for letting me fail more days than not.
“I am being told anew in the unmistakable language of love, ‘I am with you, I am for you, I am in you. I expect more failure from you than you expect from yourself.”