Friday, January 6, 2012

I'm not too sure what to say...

Seriously? After the overwhelming response and support I received yesterday... Wow... I don't really even know what to say. When I say overwhelming I mean OVERWHELMING - in the best possible way. Like, I laid in bed wide awake for hours last night just thinking how far off the mark I was. How could I have been so blind not to see that there are actually people out there that read this tiny little blog, and care! Care enough to take a moment out of their day to comment.

I'm probably one of the most socially inept people out there... So for right now, this is the best I can do for a response...

And I mean it.

On a side note - anyone ever try to take a picture on your laptop whilst sitting on the living floor?

What about with a Fletch around?


Well let me show you what you mostly get...

And with that, I'll sign off for the night. I must get started on a present for a friend. I'm quite nervous about it because I don't know if she'll like it or not - also a little nervous that I won't have it finished in time. I've mentioned my medications several time on here, and how tired they can make me. I've never talked about why I take medication... Always been very, very afraid that there might be repercussions if people find out what for... maybe that's another thing to conquer this year. On the other hand, maybe not. We're going to play that one by ear. Anyway, I've been dragging ass lately, so I need to put my nose to the grindstone and get working on this little number.

Again you guys, thank you so much for your support. It really means the world to me 


  1. See! people do read your blog and if I learned anything from you it's who cares what people think, seriously! I've had friends, or people who I thought were friends tell me if teaching didn't work out then I could strip for a living after telling them I do pole dancing for fitness. People judge, that's what they do, bc I guess it makes everyone feel better about their own faults. All we can do is put ourselves out there. . . . .those who love us will do it unconditionally, and those who don't f them=)

  2. Ahhhh! I'm such a terrible friend (yep that's right you are so totally my friend just an FYI) I didn't comment/read your post before you posted THIS! So in a belated attempt to comment...I think you are wonderful and all your posts are a joy to read whether they are happy as clam posts or things are going sh*tty post. You are real live human being that has ups and downs. Family drama is the worst, I'm sorry you have to go through it, but I'm glad you and your pops are on the up and up! My mom and I are as thick as thieves but honestly I could giving a rats a** about my dad. (Long story there!) PS - I take meds too the kind that I don't feel compelled to share to the blogging public either!

    I'm going to stop typing now because this is officially longer than an average comment. Email me anytime lady!

  3. lol that reaction from Fletch is why I can't exercise (i.e. yoga or pilates) with Sammie around. She's either stomping on me or trying to give kisses. either way, it's impossible. adorably annoying, you might say. :)

  4. Oh my gosh, lovely. Of COURSE you have people reading and commenting. Your blog is so fresh and so you and it's one of my favorite reads for THAT reason and because of how you write!!!

    I personally WOULD like to hear more about your meds... I talk about mine often, as I have OCD and my wife has Bipolar Depression. I also have severe separation anxiety and mild depression. I understand not wanting to share, but I think most of the bloggy community would surprise and shock you with kindness and open minds! <3

  5. Hey - told you I would pop back!(hope you got that hug) and so sorry to hear about your family...we are VERY vocal and honest in ours (which has taken the incomers by surprise many times!) and have overcome our differences...but I'm often the one person accused of upsetting everyone, and now feel grateful that they've forgiven me.
    I hope that over time you can resolve your differences - I totally get the feeling in the pit of your stomach that something isn't right - it's hard to live with.
    I loved reading your resolutions (especially how much you love your man) and have the same dilemma with my blog on a regular basis. I don't want anyone to think I think I live the dream (!) but struggle to want to share the crappy bits. I don't tell many people any of my internal woes - so it feels a bit strange to think about posting them for 'the world' to hear.
    Same with my house - I could share the beautiful bits...or the's not a tough call!
    Anyway - before I use up a whole page - I'm thinking of you, and hope you have a wonderful 2012. Look forward to sharing some of it with you...fee ♥


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