I know I can always count on my kids to make me laugh. Tonight I had to run to the store for a couple of things and I didn't feel like changing out of my sweats...I NEVER go out in sweats because I think they make me look fat lol Anyway, we get to the store and my oldest looks at me with a serious face and says.....

"Again with the sweatpants?"
"What? I'm comfortable."
"You know the message you're sending out to the world with these sweatpants? You're telling the world, 'I give up. I can't compete in normal society. I'm miserable, so I might as well be comfortable.'"
- Jerry and George, in "The Pilot"

I cracked up! I know I have shared before that we quote Seinfeld but it was just so close to the truth tonight I laughed till my sides hurt.

BTW for those who have emailed me to check on me I am sorry I haven't answered emails...I really appreciate your thoughts and prayers. February is a hard month for me because it is not only Valentines Day but the anniversary of the day Billy and I met. It is really hard to spend 18 yrs of your life with someone and just turn off all those emotions...I wonder if we would have gone to Carrabbas again

or go walk on the riverwalk

It is very hard for me to not think about the past or what could have been. Some days it is hard enough to go through the motions of life and being a single Mom so I apologize if I have hurt anyones feelings by not answering or being there as much as I was before. One day things will get back to normal...I don't know when but that is my hope.


Ame said...

you're right where you're supposed to be in all this mess. it is hard. it is painful beyond belief. and you are experiencing it for what it is. good for you. no, emails and phone calls and correspondence just cannot be attended to sometimes. they just can't. so let it be what it is. someday, someday, life will create a "new normal" and you will wear it with ease. but not yet. you're doing good. you're where you're supposed to be.

Kili @ Live Each Moment said...

sweatpants? ha, that cracks me up at your childs response...