After another week in the weeds I am back with this weeks installment. Hope you have some time to chat and let us all know what is up with you. We are here to lend an ear or a hand when you need it and to cheer for you when you have a success (of any size).
Well, after a one week break, I am back with your spot to tell us all about what is bugging you, what is making you happy, whatever.
Can’t believe it is Friday again. We have made it through another week already. This week saw the election of a new Pope, testimony on the hill from military rape victims and DiFi told Cruz to shut up. The sequester continues and the CPAC is so full of dumb that I have trouble reading or watching anything about it. Hope you are all well and that there are no major problems in your lives. But, if there are, we are here to discuss whatever you feel like discussing and will be happy to lend an ear if you need one.
Another week already gone! Many of us got snow, at least one of us got a job, all of us are working hard. The sequester silliness continues with no end in sight and there was an actual talking filibuster! I am no Paul fan and it was only a way to get some facetime on TV but I appreciate the effort of actually doing a real live filibuster and I agree with him on this particular issue. Maybe the only thing I agree with him on but it is important to look for common ground.
Hi there everyone. We made it through another week and into the sequester we go. Sometimes I just can’t believe the idiocy that reigns in congress. Lets see what happens now. My congressman has gotten emails from me. My senators have heard from me. My facebook feed is full of uninformed ranting from people I haven’t seen since college (in a very red state). Methinks it is time for a facebook vacation.
It is Friday already. This week absolutely flew by. So it is time to let it all hang out folks. Lets hear about the great things that happened and the not so great things that happened this week. I am here to cheer and to sympathize if necessary. No accomplishment or problem is too small. I like to hear em all.
Lets get to it…What are you ruminating on?
Friday is here again! We all made it through Valentine’s Day unscathed, I assume. The line at the grocery store was more fun than usual yesterday will all the older gentlemen with their roses. Why not do this on other days of the year? I am personally not much of a fancy flower person – while I think they are pretty, I would much rather have a plant that would last. Or a gift certificate for yarn which was discussed yesterday.
Well, lemme have it. What are you all ruminating on this week?
Week two of Weekly Ruminations is here! I hope everyone had a good week and has lots of good stuff to report (I would also like to hear the bad stuff too).
This week was a smooth one in our house. The showings continue and we had our first (really bad) offer so we sent them packing. My only problem this week concerns my growing daughter. And it isn’t her that has the problem it is me. She has reached the age (5) and intellectual level where I am having trouble figuring out how much to tell her about stuff. My default reaction is to just lay it all out – don’t pull punches and give her the facts when she asks questions. When her grandmother (my husbands mom) passed away just after Thanksgiving, I did not mince words when discussing death with her. She went to an open casket wake. On the way home I asked her if she had any questions. She just asked “What was that for?”.
Well, here it is. The first installment of what I hope to be a successful run of diaries where we can come together and chat. Thanks to those who voted in the poll for the name. It a really ended as a tie so I broke it by picking this one. Of course it was a tie…