Friday, February 18, 2011

There is Nothing a Cupcake Won't Fix

To tell you how crazy this week has been, here was my dinner last night.

That may be a certain drink made in the great state of Kentucky.

Oh, and I had two of those delicous cupcakes.

Because this week has been crazy.

Okay, it's been more than crazy.  It's been rough, disappointing, heart-wrenching, and exhausting.

It's just one of those weeks.  You know the ones, where you just have to reboot and start again on Monday.  Hoping you can learn yet again how your crazy ways have got you into this mess and reminding yourself that simple living is a journey.  Not one I'm actually being successful at the moment (or really on), but a journey all the same.

So the post I had planned for today (and the future changes I'm working on) will come next week.  Along with my sanity.  And the continued journey of a simple life.

Well at least my standard functioning sanity.

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Uncle Tractor said...

What's wrong with that dinner? We all have those days where we want simple, comforting, and calming. Seems like a good choice to me. Hope things settle down for you next week. said...

really dig your sense of humor amidst the trials and tribs- keep rolling with the punches! i was so feeling much the same about 3 weeks ago (and some is still sticking with me!) we're gonna make it - we really will!!!
kelli said...

.....and I think you know how I feel about cake of any kind! said...

I'm giving you an award! Check out my blog to see what I wrote about yours- It's the "Stylish Blog Award" and if you accept you can display the award button -
i thought i left a comment for you earlier today about your cupcake... maybe i did it wrong- very possible! lol
hang in there lady!!!

Simplifying in the South said...

Thanks Kelli! I often tell people I have to keep laughing in order to keep from crying! ;) You are right, we are going to make it!

Simplifying in the South said...

Thanks Uncle Tractor! You're right a southern comfort dinner, that's what I should have called this.

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