George got really worried when I asked him if he had fed the rabbits and shut the barn up. I haven't had rabbits in more than a year. Seems that I was a bit goofy. (ok, more goofy than usual)
I lost weight and look pretty yucky. But I am getting back to the grind.
I am so grateful for my wonderful hubby. He ended up taking care of Bri and I. Then the doxie got bit or stung and had to go to the vet. Words can't express my thanks to him. I am so very blessed.
We will be married 13 years on Aug 4th. We have had our ups and downs. He is my best friend.
I am looking to turn 40 on Aug 7th. It has had me thinking alot lately. More on that thru the week. I think that I will do another giveaway. I will have to see.
On a different note, my niece's and my sister's lives are in shambles at this time. I don't really want to get into it here. It is a long and complex story. Please pray for them and my niece's kids. It isn't good.
I think that turning 40 is making me think about life. What has passed, what is coming, and what I want to be different, the same, or don't know.
So I guess I will leave a question:
At 40, is it easier to look back and look at bad experiences and look at them more clearly and see them as learning times and not as the "worst time of your life"? When I was in my early 20's, I got into a relationship that was less than ideal. I thought then that I had wasted the three years that I had dated this guy. But looking at it now, I learned much. Mostly about myself and how I wanted to be treated by people. I think that everyone chooses poorly from time to time. All I really lost was some time and some pain. Emotionally and phyically. But I am thinking now that it was just a tear in the quilt of my life and the sooner that I mended it, the stronger the quilt was.
I am rambling a bit. But I think that I am in the point of my life that I want to put some things to rest and pull closer the things that are important.
I guess also that I am entering a new season of my life. I hope the next 40 are as bright and interesting and full of love as the last 40.
This is the rabbit "horse" on the second level of the carousel at Kemah Boardwalk.