Friday, August 12, 2011

I'd Be Lying If....

I saw this over at Traditionally Nontraditional & loved the idea! So here goes nothing!

  • ...I told you I had mowed grass before! Yep, that is right, I am almost 30 and have never mowed a lawn in my life. Call me spoiled, call me whatever; but I just haven't done it. Maybe I should put it on a list of things before turning 30?! I hear it's a great stress reliever!
  • ...I told you that every time I see "balls" hanging from a truck, I don't chuckle a bit! I mean, really? Why do you think it is a good idea to hang balls from your vehicle. It just reminds me what rednecks we do have here in this lovely state of Ohio
  • ...I told you that I don't miss my REs office somewhat. Not because I want to be there being put through a battery of test, but that the billing lady & I become such great friends, I miss seeing her. (sad, I know)
  • ...I told you that I don't sometimes think of living childfree & just stopping any & everything to become a parent. That the stress & worrying sometimes make me wonder if it's worth it all & if we would be better off the 2 of us
  • ...If told you that I didn't think that all the tears, worrying & stress will be worth it as soon as I hold LP in my arms the first time.

4 comments:

  1. You aren't missing anything by not cutting the grass.it sure is a sweaty job in Florida. One that I've relegated to my husband.

    And I hate hate hate those balls. And totally judge those who have them...

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  2. I'd be lying if I said I didn't like this post.
    Being an Ohio girl myself I can only confirm that those "balls" are everywhere here in the northwest portion, sad but true, I laugh too!
    Thanks for the linky love!

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  3. what a great post idea! Those balls on the truck are a little annoying to me. There's a difference between a subtle reference and just down right vulgarity! I would be annoyed if I saw them too!

    I can't imagine the emotions y'all go through trying to weighs the pros and cons of this struggle to become parents. A friend of mine on facebook said a very interesting thing in relation to another topic but I thought it was fitting. Sometimes.. we can't see the silver lining, we have to paint it ourselves. I couldn't get over how profound a statement that was. I dunno, my brain is very jumbled today and feels like it can't write a proper sentence, but I think you can apply that to your situation as well. *shrugs* Sorry I just wrote a whole bunch of nothing! ha! I'm praying for you guys!

    Erin

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  4. I just love this post!! So honest and I totally understand the part about sometimes wanting to just accept being childless...ugh just typing it makes me tear up! So happy to have found your blog! :)

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