Showing posts from September, 2014

The busiest lazy weekend

This weekend was the first in a long time that I didn't have a million places to be, a million people to see, and a million things to do.  Naturally I had to ruin what could've been a peaceful weekend by packing it with "list" things! Matt was thrilled. I started my Friday off with a family breakfast at Bob Evans, which hasn't happened in YEARS. During that time I managed to talk Helen into going to the Putnam County Animal Shelter to volunteer and walk dogs! If you've never been, I will warn you, it's a little overwhelming! There are many dogs that need love and attention, and only one of you! Some energetic pups dragged Helen and me along down the path, and others were scared stiff! By the time we were finished we were covered in dirt, sweat, and well, I'll let you guess what else!  I know I can't save them all, but it feels good to know I was able to make them happy for even just 30 minutes! Helen and I were a little worried about one dog ge


I don't typically get sappy with you guys, and if you're not in the mood, I understand! The X is in the upper right hand corner.  This entire blog may not make any sense to you- but it does to me, so just go with it!  I have a lot of thoughts jumbled up in my mind, and I need to get it out. I can be emotional.  I cry all the time.  Happy, sad, mad, tired, frustrated, you name it.  My feelings get hurt easily. I know this.  As tough as I try to be, I hate confrontation and will avoid a fight at all costs. At the same time, I know when I am wrong, and I am not to proud to admit it and apologize. With that being said, I recently had an altercation where I truly feel that I did nothing wrong and was treated very poorly by a friend. My feelings are hurt - so hurt that they are about to drive me to make a big change. I am taking some time to cool off, soul search, and pray on the situation. Stay tuned. The deaths of Robin Williams and Joan Rivers have stirred up a lot of feeli