Tuesday, May 10, 2011

F is for....

They are hard to come by. True ones that is.
The ones I have I love dearly.

The past few months I have been a terrible friend.
I know, I know, I have a lot going on.
Being pregnant takes a TON out of you.
BUT a simple how are you doing, whats going on...
anything to just let them know I am thinking about them.
I have been so selfish and self engorged.

With #3 coming, I feel like Ive made myself such an outcast. What am I gonna do! I feel set aside.
WOW this post is getting strange!

Earlier today I was thinking about how I got my brows threaded last week.
(BTW such a wonderful wonderful thing!!!)
I thought it would be a GREAT thing that maybe to make a thing out of it, once a month, maybe a Saturday morning, leave the kids at home with daddy, and get a cup of coffee, get our brows done, maybe a pedi. be home in time for lunch to spend the rest of the day with our families. What do you think? whose in? (Work it into the budget somehow)

I think friends are a huge part of our lives.
People you can trust and confide in.
Having love and support.
There are just so many things friends are great for!

For my dear friends that are reading this, I love ya!

(again if this is a strange post. its 1am and Im extremely TIRED!!!!)


  1. I love you! You are not an outcast. Don't feel bad for being MIA, we ALL have been crazy busy lately.

  2. Show yourself Grace. You are being so much to so many, and your friends really do get it. And, in the future and on good days, do the best that you can to keep your friends close.
    You are on the right track, once a month--HAVE A PLAN.
    Failing to plan is planning to fail.
    These are the friends that will help you get through the teen years! And one day, you will be pleased with the treasure you have 25 years from now when you are sending out wedding invitations to the closest friends that you have ever had.

  3. I belong to a small group of friends who have been getting together Saturday morning for breakfast for nearly 15 years. We meet once every 5-8 weeks. Overtime we have had seasons where we met every month, and there have been seasons where we have missed a few- but it has become a "lifesaver" for me to have these women to laugh with, cry with, pray with and just go through life with- set a date- make some calls and make it happen! One day your kids will be grown and you'll need these women in your life even more!