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I’m a very new FlyBaby, but I had to write.
I haven’t used the walker for a couple of weeks. I think that it fits in the category of things that don’t belong in the bedroom. However, if I do need it I can’t get to the basement to retrieve it. So I will let it stay put for a couple more weeks. I did remove the other things that don’t belong in there.
I am writing to share my bed making story. I found you about 5 or 6 months ago and started my attempts at flying. My husband travels a lot, but when he is in town he works from home. He really appreciated the efforts I was making at flying and mentioned it in very positive ways on several occasions. He thought this “thing” I was doing seemed to have the most staying power of all the “crazy things” I seem to try.
I’ve been following you on and off for a few years now. Admittedly more off than on. I’d stick to routines for a few weeks then something would happen and for some reason it would all go wrong. This year I decided it would be different.
Didn’t you know that feather dusters only push the dust around. This is not good for people with allergies.
I’ve been getting your emails and trying to fly for several years… sometimes successfully and sometimes not so much! But I try to stay positive and I know that even the little strides I make are really important.
I have been a FlyBaby for a few months now and I just had to send you a testimonial regarding your routines.
FLYing has completely changed the way I think about making the bed. For most of my life I preferred an unmade bed, because otherwise I was just going to have to unmake it every time I got into bed. I thought it was more “efficient” to leave it unmade. But my husband prefers for the bed to be made because he thinks it looks nicer.
Do you ever question why we have Pamper Missions? Why it is so important to pamper ourselves?
I have only just begun to fly.