Tuesday, February 01, 2005


Today has been very hard. My mom had to have emergency surgery. My uncle's funeral was this morning. Things are beginning to take their toll on me. I sat holding Ansley tonight and just prayed that everyone would be okay. I look at Ansley and Joey and I know that it will be. They are my future. I complain a lot, I have my reasons. My children and my husband are the most wonderful things in my life without a doubt. My life has changed so drastically in the last few years my head is still spinning. For all my complaints, I would never change a thing about my family. Ask anyone who has 2 kids, aged 2 and under, and they will tell you life is hard. Of course not if you have a nanny, but I believe my kids deserve every bit of my time I can give. As do most parents. That leaves almost nothing for me, hence, the complaints. I like to think that I have something that these people who keep commenting on my blog do not... Compassion. I loved my uncle very much and understood that he did not have everything he wanted out of life. I understand not everyone is going to share my opinions. That much is obvious. However, I would have enough tact to give them a little time to heal before I bombarded them with my opinions. I would not be so immature as to call names either. Enough about that crap. That's exactly what it is. On a lighter note, Joey had his first bite of moonpie today. I do not like to brag but I have to. He looked like such a little man in his suit. Ansley looked like my little doll of course. It was a little eerie, I felt as if they knew what was going on today and they were so quiet and good. The evangelist had a pretty long sermon and neither cried or even squirmed. That is quite an accomplishment for kids so young. The hour and a half ride was no picnic though. Pick your battles right?


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