Wednesday, April 13, 2011


Oh my, I didn't realize how far behind I was in emails/comments. I have gotten caught up on quite a few, but not nearly as many as I hoped. And some, I just had to go to your blog and comment because of the no reply thing. Ok, I need to make a new commitment to myself, reply as much as I can on a daily basis instead of letting things build up. Again, I apologize, no excuses, just my own procrastination.

In other news, did you ever have one of those days where you just felt like you could cry at the drop of a hat? I have been like that all day. Just not myself. There was no one thing that brought this day on, maybe it was building over time and a combination of things, but boy do I hate feeling like that. Hubby and I had a nice long talk this evening and the tears did start flowing, and I think that is what I actually needed. Just to let the tears out. I don't know why, but I actually feel better. Nothing has really changed, other than talking and crying, but that seemed to help. Maybe my body/mind just needs to shed some tears every now and then to clear away built up emotions. *BIG SIGH*-----AHHHH ~~~~~~~~~~ Maybe now I will have some energy. I have a lot of work to do this weekend.... cleaning out and painting the garage. The big sale will be here before I know it!

(((((hugs))))) ,



  1. Bless you, Tiff! It is said crying tears is very cleansing, we all need to let go of things sometimes. Am so glad you have a good husband who will take time to listen & share with you. Would not be amazed to know your days will become brighter, just like a spring day after a shower. Peace!

  2. Tears are sometimes very healing and sounds like it's just what was needed.
    Be kind to yourself.

  3. Oh, there's nothing like a good cry when you need it! I do believe it is cleansing and healing. In polite society, we can't always let loose with our emotions, and they do build up, ;-) Crying lets them out. I'm glad your hubby is a nice rock for you to cry on...makes all the difference!
    Take care,

  4. Bless your heart and blame it on being a woman, it gets worse as you get older! But it does the heart good to just let it out now and then, treat yourself to some "me" time and rejoice in knowing that you are not alone! Hugs!

  5. Hope you feel better today. We all have those days, sometimes more often than not.



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