behold with your very eyes this amazing art!
much more fun than doing laundry, or the dishes, or even dusting, or packing
peyton's lunch for tomorrow, cleaning up after dinner- basically i'm in one those moods
where i don't want to do much of anything. so, posting my picture on a
100 billboards with the click of button seems like lots of fun!
this pics made me laugh.
go get you a laugh.
it takes like 1 minute to do and it's free!
i would have done 10 more, but an error code kept coming up...
thank goodness for that.
something that is NOT making me
laugh my ass off is...
okay, i realize that this economy is effecting all kinds of people in all kinds of different ways. some have to slow down their latte runs, or their extra toasted sesame seeded bagel at dunkin' donut runs. others have to stop buying clothes and new super cute summer shoes. some families have put the kibosh on this year's summer vacation. these things are just little things.
however, some people are losing their homes after desperately trying to keep it by working hard and even asking for help. some people that we know are taking their kids out of daycare or camp. some are now clipping coupons, and cutting out 'extras' which often means the little luxuries that we don't usually even think about.
some are contemplating selling their house because renting may be safer. some are being forced to ask others for financial help. some go to bed each night, not sure if their job will be there in the morning.
what i am trying to say is this...
this economy is effecting so many people that we know personally including us.
it is a scary time right now, but i am holding on to the hope that things will be 'leveling' off soon.
these tough times have really made us focus on the small stuff. the stuff that makes us smile or laugh. a quick phone call to a grandma or grandpa who may need a lift-me-up, from my babies. it's an easy fix. a way to give love. just go give some love to someone. could be a smile to a stranger. holding the door open for someone. bringing in a cup of coffee to the hard working guy sitting next to your cube.
little things make a BIG difference.
peyton and i are starting to write letters to people. make pictures and then drop them in the mail. a little happy snail mail. inexpensive and important. we need to keep up the momentum. take care of each other. fill each other's emotional bank accounts so-to-speak...unless someone actually does want to fill my bank account...LOL!!!!
i am a tad drugged up on nyquil and my eyes aren't really focusing on the computer, but my message here is simple enough.
i love my husband. he works hard everyday to provide for us. he almost never complains, gets upset, drives his car off a Cliff. he is amazing with dealing with all this stress.
he truly does amaze me at times like this. we appreciate him. we love him. and we promise to eat more ramen noodles this week...lol, so kidding.
we won't let you fall baby, we are by your side!
(the girl who took these pics really knows how to enjoy the small things in life...we like her a lot)
DON'T mess with this person's family...shes mean when she needs to be!!!!!!
like a lion protecting her cubs.
ha. ha. ha.
i just wanted to put this photo up.