*sigh* sometimes I wish I wasn’t so opinionated or at least I’d learn to keep my opinions to myself. I have no idea how I got so opinionated either. And a lot of times my opinions aren’t always in the happiest of thoughts either. Other times my opinions are taken like they should be but sometimes I just need to learn to keep my mouth shut. Oh joy a new task to add to my list that consists of Not Cussing (or at least cussing less), now not being so opinionated (or at least keeping my opinions to myself), guess those can be added to my list of jobs I need to learn how to do: lawyer, clothing designer, hair stylist, CEO, Doctor, Nurse, Mom, etc etc etc. I used to be extremely shy! To the point I couldn’t even say thank you to someone who did something for me or brought me something. Now I would say I’m reserved. There are times I’m afraid to say stuff and there are other times if you tick me off I’ll blurt out what I think. Isn’t it odd how our lives change?? Although there are times when you have to stand up for yourself and what you believe in too. Boy it’s such a fine line to walk. And then add in the times when you have to stand up for that person who is to shy to say something and they are getting taken advantage of, or better yet, people are putting them down behind their back so they aren’t allowed a chance to defend themselves.
All I want in life is to be a Good Christian person and love and family. Unfortunately I’m flawed just like everyone so we all make our mistakes. I guess it is how we learn and grow from those mistakes that make us who we are and make us a better (or I guess worse) person.
Ok this is all words and thoughts, we need to liven it up a bit :)… how about some beautiful photos of how I spent Thanksgiving afternoon with my sweetheart
Outside my aunt & uncle’s Barn
Prince Charming caught Freckles in mid-air
Aunt Connie & Brad’s House
Lounging in the sun by the pool
Freckles was hamming it up!
This was on the entrance to Aunt Connie’s house
In Brad’s Roundpen
The picture below is what caused this shadow