Monday, May 29, 2006
Happy Birthday & Anniversary
She was (and is) so cute! I hope she got over the plaid pants though, not cute at all. They kind of look like my blanket, hmmm.
Happy Anniversary Aunt Heather and Uncle Robert! Wishing you many more birthdays and anniversaries! One giant kitty hug and kiss for both of you and that’s all folks! Wow, she grows so fast!
Saturday, May 27, 2006
Just rolling along
Oh, just forget it! I will just go back inside!
Thursday, May 25, 2006
Tuesday, May 23, 2006
Now I can roll and scratch my side with the grass.
Finally, I begin my job. I am a guard cat. I watch everything and keep my humans (and brother) safe from harm! I wonder why mom laughed at me and told me to buy some underwear and a cape? I don’t mind the cape, that would be fun, but no way am I wearing undies! Maybe I will steal a pair of the kids and see how they feel. Just as an experiment! Bye!
Sunday, May 21, 2006
I am back!
Wednesday, May 17, 2006
Monday, May 15, 2006
This is my mom's baby car!
This is after the wreck.
Sunday, May 14, 2006
Happy Mothers Day
I want to say have a wonderful day to all of the mothers, grandmothers, and aunts! I love holidays! Go have fun!
Saturday, May 13, 2006
Bags of presents hmm
Wednesday, May 10, 2006
Sunday, May 07, 2006
Explain your self
I have gotten comments along with many private emails asking me what my “story” is about and if it true. Unfortunately, yes, the story is true. I think that my story has touched some people and just confused others so I would like to explain.
We all say thing that show others how we truly feel about them. It is the most difficult with the ones I love the most. My main feeling of unhappiness came from my own realization that a relationship I believed was strong is not. Sometimes, it is hard to know when to let go of a relationship or when to fight to make it stronger. Other times that decision is made for you.
When you feel like you should provide “proof” in the relationship, it is time to let go and accept the limitations that are there. Yes, this is very hard to do. You might find a small hope in your heart that you can nurse and see if it grows, but having that hope hurts me more than it helps. Twenty-six years of hope has gotten me an unfair judgment, and I just need it to stop.
Letting go does not mean you stop loving the person. It just means you understand that some relationships just aren’t meant to grow or change. They are just there. I don’t want anyone to take any part of this post as advice. I am not the person to get advice from, obviously. I just wanted to help some people out there to understand what my “story” was about.
Who says that having two separate parts of your life is wrong? Isn’t it better to have the two halves than one whole that tears you apart? I am hoping that people may read this with their hearts rather than their minds. I pray that we all stop judging the people (and animals) in our lives and just allow the relationship to grow. Please remember that no one ever stays the same. Now, if the small growl I hear is any indication, Jamesie wants the keyboard back. Thank you listening.
Wow! My mom can really make you think can’t she? That is why I love her so much! Talk to you some more later; this post is going to be really long! Bye!
Friday, May 05, 2006
Teacher is back
Wednesday, May 03, 2006
Monday, May 01, 2006
Once there was a girl who liked to play games and imagine all kinds of interesting things. She was very happy doing this. As the girl grew up she changed. Instead of the outgoing child that she once was, lived an unhappy woman. The woman was unhappy because no matter what she did, people just couldn't see that she had changed. They still thought that she was playing games and telling lies. Eventually she changed again. She started to keep parts of her life hidden away from the people who didn't see how she had grown up. She tried very hard not to care, but it didn't always work. The parts of her life started to shift so that more and more was hidden and less was offered freely to the ones around her. No more did she give her heart away only to have it thrown right back. Her idea worked, for a while. Then gradually she started to want those around her to see how much she had changed, so she opened her heart again. The people that couldn't see her for what, and who, she had become suddenly saw her. She was a girl no more.
I think that mom knew this girl. She seemed sad while she told us the story. I want her to know that no matter what, she can be seen. I am going to go and stare at her. That will reassure her and hopefully get my ears rubbed. TTYL