Monday, January 16, 2012

The clouds parted and the sun shined again

At least that's how it felt when Clay said my computer was fixed. Now for the rest of you who have a life this probably isn't that important to you but to me, it's my lifeline.

See, every time my daughter makes me a little bit crazier, I can come here and tell all of you about it. How is she making me crazy now you ask? She's getting married. On May 19th.

Yes, it wasn't enough that she was moving out and leaving her mother all alone to have naked time   cry her eyes out, now she wants to get married too.

So here we go round the Mulberry bush. I don't even know what to say about this particular turn of events, I've asked them both to wait,  they've both insisted now is the time.

So seize the day, get married have twenty freaking kids in the next two years. At least I have my computer.

I know I kind of ditched my New Years resolution about blogging but I decided not to beat myself up over things I can't control. I'm back on track now and you will be hearing more from me. whether you like it or not.


  1. I like it! She's going to do what she wants anyway right? So just support her and be there for her. And keep coloring those grey hairs that she's sure to give you! haha. Hugs my friend!

  2. Well yahoo! I'm glad to be seeing you more! Thanks for coming over tonight. You're comment cheered me up. Nice to know people care.As for your kid... I don't know. I'm not there yet. What I do know is I'm glad mine will be alive to give me crap. After this week end I'm ok with just about anything.

  3. I'm glad to see you are up and running again. Being without a computer is the worst.

    Whoever thought that calling them "adults" at the age of 18 was a good idea was crazy. I think we should have the ability to ground them until they are 23.

    Even so, she's going to do what she's going to do. All you can do is love and support her. Hugs.


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