Saturday, November 19, 2011

Mea Culpa

I have to admit, my last few posts have not turned out as I had hoped, so hopefully I can make it up to both my readers....  I think the best way to make this happen is to not talk about me at all, but some awesome, amazing things that are happening for people/critters/associates I know.  

1.  My amazing, beautiful, smart, talented sister-in-law has just started her own blog, so please check it out!

2.  My amazing, beautiful, smart, talented (are you sensing a theme here?) long-time-friend's sister's (and their friend's) clothing line is really taking off.

I am making a promise to myself that when I get back up on my feet I WILL be taking a trip to see them at Fashion Week.  I couldn't be happier for these ladies.  They had a dream, dedicated themselves to it and WOW, what an inspiration!  

Please visit their line, iCTZN by clicking this link, or the link on my sidebar to the left.

3.  My amazing, beautiful, smart, (and not sure about talented, although she is a very adept sleeper) grandma's dog is going to get a new home.

Poor girl started getting way too lonely out at the home place by herself (my grandma, her owner, passed away in April) and although she was getting fed and visited everyday, she started visiting the neighbors, who really weren't thrilled, so we were forced to find her a new home.  I most definitely wanted her, but with 70mph traffic going on right in front of my house, I was worried that she'd get hit and killed--and I just can't take that (again, after losing Samson).  I was the last-resort home for poor Dutchess, so I am thrilled to say I found her a much better one!  I'm so relieved.  Thank you, Kristi and family for giving this wonderful girl the home she deserves. 

4.  TBD

I'm saving this spot right here, for more good things.  They might happen to me, or they might happen to someone I know.  I don't know what they are, but I'm going to look forward to them, because they're a-comin....  I can feel it in my bones.

My future's so bright, I gotta wear shades,


Alan T Hainkel said...

I hope you're right... You deserve something good to happen... :D

Lauren Mc said...

Aww thanks Jess! It's good to celebrate the small accomplishments, whether your friend sister clothing line, Dutches getting a new home, or my crazy Blog. If anything we are here to share stories of triumph and tribulation and how we move on and learn from it all. Hopefully someone will be inspired by our experiences, or just really entertained!

Grey Horse Matters said...

I'm sure all good things come to those that deserve them...and you do.

So happy that cute little girl found a good home. She must miss grandma so much but she'll be happy with people around her.

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