I say this, because it makes me feel better. I always thought of making t-shirts that had this lovely phrase in big bold letters and thought maybe a lot of people would buy them. But then, I also thought that I’d get punched in the face a lot if I walked around NY City wearing that slogan.
Anyway, it’s just been quite rainy and rocky and rather full of mosquitoes. However, the people are quite nice, we just had an amazing zero, and my good friend Tammie stopped by for a short visit! It was so great having her company. She reminded me what I was doing out here. How I love and appreciate nature and have been so lucky to meet such wonderful people everyday. She reminded me that things always work out, when I just believe each morning that it’s going to be a good day. And that’s what I’m going to do! Thank you Tammie! I love you so much! I also had great phone time with Brea and Mom and Allie. So I feel really recharged and ready for some action. Plus, it doesn’t look like too much solid rain for the next week, and that’s a big improvement.
Onward and upward!
Me and Tammie, by the beautiful lake where we did our morning yoga.
Stephen, Me, Tammie, and Tide enjoying some Bailey’s and coffee. Courtesy of Aunt Karen and Uncle Ron. Mmmmmm.
2 thoughts on “NY Sucks!”
I’m sooo thankful that you have the opportunity to rekindle, as well as make new friends during your travels. Also, I’m happy for some reason, to see that your attitude about NY hasn’t changed, and to you enjoying some fun me-time with friends, sipping one of my favorite beverages of all times!!!
We are all sending great vibes of “don’tgetdiscouraged-ness” your way, every day!
Grandma sends her love, as do I.
Take care of you, see ya soon; only about six more weeks away, can you believe it?
Love ya–XXXOOO 🙂 Lu
I absolutely love reading your written posts…..sort of allows me into the amazing journey all of you are experiencing. It was great talking with you yesterday……thank you for giving me a call. How lucky Stephen is to have stumbled upon you two gals….truly a blessing!
Laura Dunn (Stephen’s mom)