Saturday, June 13, 2015


I've been in one. Maybe for 15 years! It's not a bad mood, yet it's not sugary, sweet goodness if you get me. I know you get me.

I'm in love with living and wish that along with that I'd GET what is and what cannot be. I'm annoyed half of the day and ecstatic the other half. I see things with great clarity, yet cannot put into words clearly what I need to say.


I must be a woman.

Snarky and snarked upon. Obsessed and obsessive.

Oh to say what I mean and mean what I say - without second guessing myself! My poor husband! He's the one that hears the aftermath. I love him! Just yesterday as we were getting ready for a family party, he had offered to vacuum if I'd go with him for pedicures. Yes, that man adores getting peds! And it was wonderful. Relaxing. And now I have cute feet. Plus +

His vacuuming left something to be desired. And even though my house never looks perfect, all I saw were the flaws when he was finished. Woe is me! I am a snark-monster. Keep working on that girl! I am waiting for this revelation that comes with age, but it's not happening! Ha and ha! I am laughing here because I have such clarity after the fact. And blurt in the moment.

Blurting just may be the thing that murders me in the end. I'll blurt to the wrong person in traffic or on the phone or at the grocery store and BAM! You'll read about me in the newspapers. A random act of violence. Only me and the killer will know the truth.

What a rambling going on here! We have a few things happening as everyone does at times and we've gotten good news, waiting for good news, and longing for the good news.

Meanwhile, this happened not long ago -
My beautiful daughter married her much-loved-by-all-who-meets-him man. In Mexico. On the beach. It was perfection and maybe the best time we've had since my first daughter got married six years ago. Now I have two sons along with two daughters.

Congratulations Lorenzo and Randalian!


Pepper Medley said...

Great, fun, perfect photo! AND congratulations to the bride and groom and you as well.

Now stop the snark in your life and just go with the good stuff... all the rest won't be remembered anyway. xox

Ms. A said...

I get you and I totally understand. I've actually gotten a little better with the blurt in the past year+. I don't think I'll ever be completely over it, but any improvement is a blessing. I still have a long way to go in other areas.

Congratulations and best wishes to the newlyweds!

David Macaulay said...

well that's good - most grooms are much hate by all - hmmm my sympathies are with your hubby.

deb-oh-rah said...

Yes, beautiful growing family. Much to be thankful for.

Often, I have the opposite of the blurts - by the time I think of just the right thing to say the moment is gone. Too much in my head maybe.

Danielle L. Green said...

Congrats to the bride and groom! At first glance, I thought it was you and Pup! :)

Deborah said...

Miss Pepper - Thank you! Everyone is very happy! But Miss Pepper, I enjoy a bit of snark in my life. Don't lie, you do too! An edge creates shadows! I love a god shadow. xxoo

Ms A - I'm beginning to think we need to embrace the blurt. Some things NEED saying. ::angelic smile:: love you xxoo

David - is that true? Grooms are not liked? That's sad to me!

deb - that might be a good thing yes?

Danielle - You are so sweet. Aren't they lovely? Miss you girl!