Wednesday, July 7, 2010


It's the middle of the week. It's great for the people that work during the week. Yeah! (only two more days to the weekend). OK! so had my monthly nervous breakdown that comes with having a girl (Yes A Girl) hopefully I am good for the next 30 days because if not I think I may have a stroke! My daughter wakes up around 9:30 every morning not caring to seeing me or even interesting in eating breakfast. She wakes up and gets dress and goes outside and plays with her friends across the street until evening time. She does comes home and gets drink and maybe grabs a couple of her toys. Says Hi Mommy Bye Mommy and walks out. WHATEVER!! I do have a big picture window with my blinds open to watch the girls play and so does these girls mom. Well my point is she comes in from playing all day and takes a nice bubble bath and gets herself clean up and eats like a horse maybe watches about an hour T.V. and goes to bed.

The lady across the street bought the house and has 3 girls all around my daughter's age. She is so sweet the mother of the 3 girls. I talk everyday with her mostly evening time when it is time to come in from playing. We talk about what the girls play and do all day. The house was up for sale a very long time. My daughter would say I wish somebody with kids would buy the house across the street so I would have friends to play with. Well, she got her wish and mommy never sees her baby girl. :o(

Lesson of the day: Life is better when you are happy, but life is at its best when other people are happy because of your actions! Have A Super Hump Day Wednesday!!! :o)


  1. At least she has 3 girls, not 3 boys...
    I wish I had neighbors with kids though! We live around a ton of bachelors and bachelorettes! We are always the buzz-kill family! haha!

  2. Very well said on your lesson of the day. It's really a wonderful feeling to put a smile on someone's face.

  3. Your blog always makes me happy, Gina dear.

    Happy Thursday!!!

  4. Sounds wonderful! We live in the country, but in a culdesac with 5 homes, all that had children the same ages as ours. On weekends and in the summer especially, the kids were out the door and off on adventures. We too all kept an eye on them by looking out windows and reporting to each other. It was a wonderful way to grow up and my kids have remained friends with these other kids to this day. Great way to grow up:)

    Yes, with summer so busy, I am hoping to put a post up at the very least-- once a week!Don't give up on me:)