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Friday, June 5, 2009

A little about me ...

Borrowed from Jenny, let me know if you do it too!

I am… the walrus ... C. did a report on John Lennon yesterday and that's what's on my mind today!

I want… to figure out how to be financially secure after this divorce

I have… 6 kids, all of whom are unique and wonderful

I wish… my marriage had turned out differently

I know… a little bit about parenting, only a little though because the kids keep changing the game!

I hate… that my clothes don't fit so well (and that I haven't done anything about it)

I fear… snakes

I hear… two of the kids talking and giggling in the kitchen

I crave… Chick-Fil-A, fabric

I search… for ways to do the best I can for my kids, and for Cheese Nips, which I can't find

I always… have a Diet Coke nearby

I usually… have the radio on in the car, and the tv on when I'm sewing (I don't watch it though, it's just background noise)

I am not… a social butterfly

I miss… seeing the change of seasons

I love… my kids, my world, the sun, sewing, my family, watching the baby sleep, Chick Fil A

I never… would voluntarily touch anyone elses feet, except baby feet

I rarely… have a spotless house ... very, very rarely, in fact

I cry… much less than I did a few months ago!

I lose… my keys almost every day

I should… organize my fabric, and I plan to this weekend

I worry… about my kids and their happiness and well-being

I dream… of living in the woods or country with a lake, somewhere where the kids could run free and play outside all day long

4 comments:

  1. It feels good when the tears decrease. Crying is at the top of my hate list now. I hate it with a vengeance but stress seems to weaken the body and I cry over all sorts of things now, even happy ones. You aredoing amazingly, looking after your children. I believe the tidiness improves when they have all left home. LOL

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  2. I would say that a lot of those mommy feelings are the same things that I am worried about too. I wish you the very best in resolving those things that bring you worry.

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  3. LOL...It took me a second to figure out what "Chik-fil-A fabric" was...then I saw the comma...yes, I am just that silly...

    Thanks for playing! I really liked this idea for some reason. I enjoyed reading yours and think we should live next door to each other on our country properties. *sigh* Then you could teach me to sew. ;)

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  4. I put my list up on my blog. Thanks for the thoughts.

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