I could go on and on. There are many feelings I could acknowledge.
I'll get to them. Each day at a time.
But today, I want to keep it quiet.
And that's not an easy thing for me to do.
I'm not the best at these "Wordless Wednesdays."
I tried once in the summer, and I failed. Miserably.
You can see for yourself, HERE.
So, maybe I'll just go the picture and caption route.
First, let me say a huge THANK YOU. Thank you for your compassionate words on my last post. Your shared stories. Your prayers. Again, I could go on and on. I will just say this - They mean so much.
They really, really do. Thank you for proving to me again,
that - the heart of life is so so good.
pictures and captions only.
This was our poor Christmas tree, yesterday. Saggy. Droopy. Sad.
The Mr. told me I had to take a break. He told me he'd take care of it.
Um, those are needles people. Let's just say we probably won't be getting a Scottish Spruce next year.
This was Timmy the tree back in December, right after I decorated him. Shiny. Bright n' colorful.
And below, is the photo Steve sent to me after he finished taking all the ornaments off last night.
Those needles just slipped right off!
Charlie Brown tree...doesn't even cut it!
I laughed so hard, I cried.
I was feelin' a bit like poor Timmy the tree until I got some much needed rest.
These girls brought some sunshine into my Friday.
Chloe joined me in making funny faces.
And after a very trying day, these girls were there to make me laugh.
Let me cry. Make me smile.
They made Saturday better. I love them.
I had to draw my gal, Kelly. Just because she couldn't make it to lunch, doesn't mean she shouldn't be in the photo.
I got lost in my thoughts last night and slow danced with my mop.
A visit with my Mom. She made me a salad. The first healthy thing I've eaten this week.
I love her.
Muffin contemplated joining me for a swim in the tub.
And, backtracking to NYE. A gourmet meal of Taco Bell. By the tree.
I pulled out my fancy footwear.
Mr. Adam watched a movie with us.
And took this awesome photo after the ball dropped.
This wasn't really taken when the clock hit midnight.
It was somewhere around 12:05.
But I kinda like it that way.
This crazy cat lady...
She's crazy about that man in the photo above.
I'll be back in a few days.
Feelin' whatever I'm feelin'. <3