Monday, December 15, 2008

ugh

Today had some really great moments and some really crappy ones. 'Nuff said.

6 comments:

Over-Caffeinated x 4 said...

Okay, I'm not sure if this is a duplicate comment because of technical error... but I just wanted to say HANG IN THERE! It's so hard right now. This is where all the books and reading fail and you just have to live through your day and try not to screw it up too bad! :) I know how overwhelmed and exhausted and frustrated and emotional and bewildered you (and Sophia) are right now! If you need me, you know where I am and I don't have an ounce of judgment in my body... just understanding just where you are right now!

Purplestamper said...

Hey Barb,

Aren't girls fun. I am sure it is tough with the language thing ect...hang in there...you are a great mom, a wonderful wife and you CAN DO IT...with Prayer and Thanksgiving...take it to God. I am praying for you ...during these wonderful and tough days. Wish we could go for coffee... :-) breathe...

Cheri said...

Ditto on both fronts, Barb...
Lots of love, your sis, Cheri

True Story said...

I am pulling for you and of course praying for you! Stay wrapped tight in God's arms and take care of you, too!
Sandy

Jackie said...

Oh Barb, I envision a post like this is my future. Hang in there! I pray that tomorrow is a fresh start and a fresh perspective. Thankfully His merices are new every morning!

Andrea said...

Count to ten and take a deep breath...it wont be long and these "not so good "moments will be a distant memory! Awake to a new day, refreshed for whatever it brings! Smile, we all love you and God loves you. He says He wont give us more than we can handle... I hold tight to that promise every day! Andrea

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