Wednesday, April 1, 2009

Misery Loves Company

Ok so it's true misery likes company. Unfortunately I haven't been able to find any. I have been in a terrible mood for the past few days. I sat on my computer yesterday and checked constantly for new posts and emails. I was looking for someone anyone to join me. I am happy to say everyone was too busy. Today I am feeling much better. I guess we all have our days. I seem to be having way too many for me. :)

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The other day we stopped by my Mom's house. She once lived in a really nice neighborhood. Some new families have moved in and it's going down. Her next door neighbor has so much junk in the yard you can't even tell it's a yard. Then in one bedroom they don't have up curtains and you can see the clothes piled up to the ceiling. I can not understand how people can buy a home and just not take care of it. I am a renter and I treat this home as if it were mine. I don't have a green thumb but my yard is kept up. It's so unfair that so many people are homeless or losing their homes and there are people out there who don't love their homes. I think that's what addicted me to blogging seeing the love everyone has for their homes.

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Eleni took this picture of Pepper. I wonder what he was thinking. The look on his little face cracks me up. :) Thanks for dropping by and letting me vent yet again. I am so hoping that things turn around here for us and very soon. 

Donna

6 comments:

Tomatoe Creek Prims said...

This too shall pass, is what I keep telling myself...it's hard believe me I know:) It will get better...it's just in His time not ours.
Hugs,
Rondell

Carmen C. said...

What a comical look on your Pepper's face! You wonder sometimes what the pets are thinking!Yes, you wonder how some folks can live that way, or the "hoarders" who can't quit collecting stuff and it's plied up everywhere! Hope you have a better day:)

Farm Field Primitives said...

I hope the spring weather will get you feeling better. Just sitting in the sunshine is sure to help. I just love Pepper's look also. Pets are such great loves in our lives. Such blessing!! Have a good day and take time for yourself today!!

~Melissa~

Farm Field Primitives said...

Hi, Donna. The miniature pottery is from Maple City Pottery that I bought a few years ago. I just love it too. Anything with that old salt glazed looked just draws me in. Thanks for joining my following--I look forward to seeing your new posts. Take care.
~Melissa~

Happily Ever After said...

Hi Donna,

Hope you are feeling better. Maybe spring will help when the sun starts brightly shining and all the beautiful creations of God start blooming. You stay strong!

Blessings,

Gigi

This Country Girl said...

I missed this post, Donna! And I see you're feeling better today, which is great! That just shows that each day is different and holds something different. Actually, I was barely on the computer yesterday because it was a bad day for me too! I was draggy and irritable all day long...not feeling well! As a matter of fact, I even took a nap, which I rarely do anymore (except Sunday afternoons sometimes). But today I feel better too!

That look on Pepper's face is SO funny! He looks like he'd love to say SOMETHING!

Tammy