Focusing on the Positives

My life is crumbling to teeny-tiny pieces around me, and I made waffles for dinner last night.

Ok, so maybe I’m exaggerating, but I did make waffles last night and they weren’t even that good.  I ran out of white flour and used all whole wheat.  I like to split my flour, half white and half whole wheat; otherwise, I think they are too dense.

Sorry all you healthy eating people, but I’m just not that good of a mom.  I continue to give my children white flour, knowing full well it is a simple carb.

Tie me to the simple woman stake and burn me.

I bet you can’t tell I’m trying to focus on the positive side of things.

No, I didn’t think you could, but I am.

That’s why I haven’t been writing anything on this here blog.  My mama always said, “If you have nothing nice to say, don’t say anything at all.”

I am silent.

For how long, I know not.  I may continue my vow of silence until the sun shines again or my hormones go on an upswing.  It’s hard to tell.

In the meantime, I wish you all well.  Live fully and don’t eat too much white flour.  I hear it’s bad for you. 😉

Love you all,

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14 thoughts on “Focusing on the Positives

  1. Charming's Mama

    You can hear crickets chirping on my blog. I have the same problem only different. Praying for you and your family. Dare I ask how are things with your uncle? the church building project?
    -Sydney

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  2. ladyofthemanse

    I well remember my Mom saying that–and I say it to my kids too!

    Hoping that things get a bit better for you soon–I also tend to be quiet when things aren’t going as well. Why air my dirty laundry and sour moods?

    And I always mix white and brown flour together. I know only one person who makes yummy all brown bread and they don’t live in my house.

    Missing you.

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  3. Leigh

    I’ve always preferred the line from Steel Magnolias: “If you can’t say something nice about somebody, come sit next to me!”

    Hang in there…we all feel this way. We’ll be here when you get back!

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  4. zenmamajo

    it sounds like things are pretty overwhelming right now – it’s great you know when to cry ‘uncle’ and cut some things out! i so get this post – i’ve felt that way because of the four kids (6ys – 1) and one on the way whose got me already laying in bed most of the day! looking forward to the next post – hope you have a breakthrough soon :o).

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  5. tricia linden

    Keep your chin up by curving your lips *smile* and know that this too shall pass. Not in the mood to smile, then just grin and bear it. See, it’s passing already… Enjoy – if you can. T

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