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Being dependable

Saturday, June 29, 2013

Sometimes I really hate that. Most of the time I wish I wasn't so dependable. It can really be a burden at times. There are days that I just want to give up and say who the heck cares anymore? I'm sure there is someone who does. Days that tell me to quit exercising, eat till I explode, travel the U.S. and forget about everything but me comes, but they go just as fast, it's unrealistic.
Yes, I'm slipping some, not so much with nutrition or exercise, but with my attitude. I'm just plain tired of doing all the time while others just sit on their rears and expect me to handle everything. I guess daddy is lucky to have me. Now and then I get a fleeting thought of jumping a train and just letting it take me wherever. It sounds like fun but I know I would never do that. *sigh*
Okay, so this was my pity party and it's over. Hugs!

Member Comments About This Blog Post:
JUST_BREATHE08 7/3/2013 2:44AM

    Dear friend.....I know just what you mean. I am here for you!! emoticon emoticon emoticon

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PRNCSCUP1-2FULL 6/30/2013 6:47PM

    Well, as long as you do do it, they will expect that. Start assigning jobs to them and tell them you simply cannot do everything. They may not do it perfectly, but they will do it (usually). Give up the reigns a little bit! Ask for help and don't take no for an answer! Who takes care of your daddy when you do go away? Ask them to step up more often!

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SOFEDUPP 6/29/2013 8:46PM

    Susi, there are days when I feel like getting in my car and driving until I run out of gas!!! I know how you feel!!!

Hang in there!!!

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LESSOFMOORE 6/29/2013 8:38PM

    Susi, I don't blame you for wanting to take a train ride far, far away. Hang in there! emoticon emoticon

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