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October 29, 2010


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Over-scheduled and dropping the ball.
November? I need you.


Feeling better than last week, hoping for a good weekend!

Smalltown Mom

I'm going to hide on Halloween and not hand out candy.


Had such a fun, silly 26th birthday celebration for Princess Pink last night but . . . Beanie (17) decided to take offense that everyone knows what to get for Pinkie and sat there with a nasty look on her face and didn't join in the silliness. I wish she could just lighten up! It has to be a lot of work to be so opinionated and judgmental all the time.


I hate being unable to move forward. I am so fearful of the future. I think I need a big push.


Actually looking forward to doing some shopping this afternoon and I usually HATE to shop no matter what. But I'm doing it by myself and for myself. Don't do that very often! Decided it is time to buy a few things that I've been wanting for me and the house. Selfish me!!! Oh well.


Just got home from buying Halloween candy. Spent almost $30 on 2 bags of assorted candies. I am thankful that my husband and I are not in a bind financially, but I still think that is too much money for candy!!! I way couldn't afford non candy snacks!


My 15 year old daughter is being bullied by exclusion & it's tearing me up inside. I don't know what to do to help her. And I'm stress-eating out of control!


I absolutely can't wait until my ex-husband moves out of the house so i can date. it's been so long since i've enjoyed life and i'm getting impatient!

and i'm having a hard time with the fact that i keep finding new clothes that he's buying... women's clothes. for him.

did i mention i can't wait for him to move out? he asked me this morning if i was at all still attracted to him because he's sick of doing that himself and hasn't got a boyfriend yet.

yeah. can't wait for him to leave.


To anon about your daughter - I am so sorry. Reinforce her strengths and her special points. Tell her that high school ends and there are many special things to come.

For me, it is "fake it 'till you make it." Asking for forgiveness is easy. Living with that is beyond hard. I am trying and will continue to do so. Being wrong is not the place any of you wants to be. I have learned so much and am doing all I can to make things right. Yes, it is tough but it is my responsibility.


Love your pic! Sorry, can't confess (even on blogger) right now!

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