Reading that made me smile. Those types of days and experiences unfortunately are so few and far between for us all. I am looking forward to some warm weather. Wish I could load a couple horses on the trailer and head down and take you for that ride.
Sorry to hear how things are going. Hopefully things get better for you quickly. Sounds like you need a break, and a hug.
Usually I would be in MS this week, but my daughter turned professional, so it didn't make sense to go this year. Maybe next.
Sorry things are heading that way for you. If I was a little closer I would take you out and buy you a drink. Maybe I should head down.
Sounds like you need a little stress relief. I have been enjoying the ski boat I bought over the winter. Took it out the other evening with a couple friends and we had a blast. Only a couple of other boats on the lake, and it was great. We skied, tubed, kneeboarded and tried to wakeboard. Most fun and relaxation I have had in years. In fresh water lakes near you?View Thread
Actually she is now 19. For the last 10 years or so I have been throwing my money into her activities. A few months ago I finally had to stop and let her know that she would have to start helping figure out the financial situation for the horses.
She thought I should just let her have $10,000 to go to a show in Oklahoma. Pretty much told her I was done being broke all the time. So now she is having to do some budgeting herself and it seems to be helping.
Didn't realize you was from Mississippi. We were just down there in March. Only a 14 hour drive from Jackson. What part do you live in? How is it down there? Muggy yet?
Your not destroying everything. Can't really destroy something that is already gone. He isn't the one that was unhappy. Sounds like he had a sweet thing going.
Either way you will make it through. If it doesn't kill you, it makes you stronger, Right?View Thread
Well if you are ever my way stop by and go for a horseback ride.
Nothing like sitting down to watch TV in a nice clean house.
I was burnt out from working third shift for so many years, and coming home sleeping 2 hours and then going at it around the farm. Glad I took a break when I did. Not sure how it is going to work once hay baling season gets in full swing. Like next week.
I guess you have to decide if it is possible to salvage anything from your relationship with your husband. You may have to look deep and find forgiveness. Maybe counseling?
But life is too short to live unhappy for even a moment when you don't have to be. And don't feel bad about doing something for yourself.View Thread
First reply was a little short. Something came up that I had to take care of.
Has he attempted to make any changes in himself? Tried to help you with things? If you still feel lonely after letting him know how you felt then I am guessing he hasn't really tried to change. It seems to me if he was really devastated he would be trying his hardest to make you feel better.
I know how you feel a little trying to take care of everyone else and not thinking about your own feelings and needs. I feel I have forgotten how to have fun myself. I have been so worried about my daughter and wife that I really haven't done much the last 10 years myself that I truely enjoy.
Pretty much a numb feeling.
Anyways I am willing to listen and see if there is anyway I can help.View Thread
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