Nov. 29, 2010 8:24 pm
Updated: Dec. 5, 2010 10:18 pm
... to all of my friends, right here at AR, whether you are new, or have been hanging around for a while! When my day has been crappy, or my efforts in the kitchen may not have turned out as hoped, it's always nice to pop back in here, and get a "boost"
from you wonderful folks! I've not yet, after travelling "around the world" with you, been let down by a "great job" or something similar... When life really seems to be kicking me to the ground, I know that I can count on this blog and the comments it inspires,
will ALWAYS give me the lift I need, to not crawl back into bed for the entire day, but do the best I can and function as a "normal" person for the day. I really do feel that "stumbling" onto this website, finally becoming a "supporting member," and the joys
I've received since beginning the blog, are helping me to stay on an even "keel," AllRecipes has nurtured my passion for cooking (and trying way many new recipes) only to have folks who actually enjoy my writings (another passion) and stop long enough to say
As bad as the last week or more has been for me, despite today consisting of getting cleaned up, and going to pick Kenyon up, once home I did begin to shake off the issues I've carried this week, allowed J to, in his way, "admit" that he's been a TYRANT. He
really can be a "donkey" (read between the lines, please,) much of the time, but I have no choice other than to stay and tolerate the verbal abuse... I do believe that tomorrow will be a much brighter day... have the house to myself all day, all the kids
home, and NOTHING that I MUST do... perhaps that tree will be put up, or I will tear my "harvest basket" apart (it has been in the dining room some time now) my point is, it is a day that I can wait a while, and simply see which way the wind blows me... loosely
translates to "where will the muse take me?"
Don't count on this being my last post of the night... I just REALLY needed to say "Thank all of you" for being who you are, and for entering my life! I've felt for years, that the "measure" of one's life is not how "successful" you are... but just how many
lives you touch. How much joy do you bring to others? Have millions in the bank, or no bank account doesn't matter... how much of YOU are you willing to share...
I guess I have no more to share right now, so farewell, friends!