Tuesday, December 21, 2010

Oh Whoa! Woe!

Dang it all again! I've been home since December 4th & if I may say so, I wrote a pretty great update here. All for naught! Gone! Poof! Somewhere in cyberspace. Obviously, this blog hasn't been my main concern lately as this is the first I noticed. The short of it is...
I had the greatest month visiting my granddaughter in Daphne, Alabama. Wish I could've stayed longer. Much longer!

Today, for a plugged nickel, I'd leave the master of this house and move there. Some men just don't get it! If he's not going to participate in Christmas then neither am I. I have been on my feet all day baking for HIS son's Christmas celebration. AND he left all the shopping to me. My bad! He ordered 3 books off Amazon, but I'm supposed to wrap them! I've had it! Seems every Christmas I swear I'm going to run away the next year. This time I'm booking reservations!

Last Thursday I had minor back surgery again. I'm supposed to be taking it easy!

Ok, I'm outta here! No need to spread any more of my joyous self around.

With any luck and an attitude adjustment I'll be back to wish you all a Merry Christmas. If not, well... do the best you can during these stressful times.


  1. I wish you a Merry Christmas Barb. I hope it improves immensely! God Bless. Hugs, Cathryn :)

  2. Sorry to hear that things have been rough. But you need to think of yourself until you are healed. If the menfolk don't like it than tough! I hope and pray that things improve for you. hey, you cna always come to NY and visit with me. Of course I have a very active dog but you don't have to cook or clean. :)

    I hope you are able to find some joy and peace and have a Merry Christmas!

  3. Thank you Cathryn and Kathy for you kindness. Today is much better & Christmas will carry on here as usual. An awful difficult time for me and many others. I just have to keep focused on the real reason for the season. Wishing you both and your families a Happy Christmas.

    P.S. Watch out Kathy! I may show up on your doorstep one day.

  4. I hope that the rough times are ov er and that you are recovering well from your surgery. Have a nice Christmas Day.


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