Friday, March 20, 2009
~ANGELS, THIS, THAT AND A CHANGE OF HEART..~
THIS: My HEADER was given to me WITH my name all beautifully written on it by Di at THE BLUE RIDGE GAL. Thank you again, Di. I love it. I have gone hatless...I mean headerless for months now so this is so nice. I think it is wonderful.
THAT: I am just going to put this out there. I enjoy decorating, sharing my little finds and visiting other blogs for ideas, beautiful pictures of lovely homes and the little ups and downs of every day living. Doing this and commenting on someones cute ideas, a recipe, new puppy, new grandbaby, and on and on, to me..is fun. It is a softer side of life in the face of a sometimes harsh world. I enjoy it. I am NOT oblivious to the pain in the world or the needs of others because I do this. I do not surround myself with any particular "type" of person. My blogger friends and off line friends are many and varied in their interests. Many of the ones I follow in the blogging world love their homes and gardens and families like I do. Personally I enjoy the sweet words, compliments, concern and warm encouragement when things go wrong that visitors bring to my blog. This does NOT mean I am looking for "adoration." I am not "insincere" nor do I think others are, and if I don't really like something, I say nothing...and if I do I praise. This is my business..and unless you know me and know me well..do not judge me. You are out of line to do so. My little story about hunger certainly in no way was meant to compare me with the suffering of people starving to death all over the world. I have never thought it necessary to advertise ones good deeds and when you do and get praise for it...well...do you get my point here? I hope so.
CHANGE OF HEART: I have decided to stop writing about my early life with Patrick. Your first guess as to why not is probably right. I have exercised my right to delete. I will find something else to write about.
Please note that my angels wing is broken. Be careful about wings. They break easily..as do hearts.