Monday, December 22, 2008


Well I am stubborn as the day is long. I get a idea in my head and there is no changing my mind.
we live on a big hill and it has a lovely sharp curve but not too sharp. I decided the morning that I needed and wanted to go to the I have 4 wheel drive yeh I can do this! HA! DUMB IDEA! I ended with my pretty blue butt in the ditch. I mean blue butt as the back end of my car. OMG On that lovely curve of the hill. My poor hubby had worked 11 hours in this mess, off to rest and then this. Snow up to the ying yang and then to try and get my blue butt out of the ditch. Let us just say that he wasn't happy with me today. Sooo no trip and well I am not going out till the ice is melted and the hill is clear. Sooo if you are waiting for goodies you will have to wait a bit longer. I do hope you will forgive me my friends. Blame the weather cause it is her fault. Oh it gets better. Another storm tomorrow with more snow. Yeh, just what I wanted. Fish sticks and fries for Christmas dinner and no kids. This Christmas being the first without my folks and since my Dad passed away last month. I am trying to enjoy the spirit of the Season but not doing so well.
Hope things are better on your end.


Doreen said...

Oh Pea, I'm so sorry. I'm sending you good thoughts and prayers that your children will be able to reach for Christmas dinner and your celebrations will be joyous.


albasworld said...

Poor Pea, I feel so badly for you and hope that all turns out well for you and that you all get together for a lovely dinner, but whatever the case, I wish you all a Happy Christmas!

Hugs & smiles, alba

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Heidi said...

Hi! I am still trying to get the hang of this blogging world. I noticed I had a misspelled word and I thought I could correct it but I just deleted it instead. Thanks you for being a "follower" on my blog.It inspired me to write a new post with pictures. I'm so sorry that things aren't going the way you had hoped. I wish I could do something to cheer you up. You definitely made my day!

HowlingMoonDesigns said...

Great BIG HUGS to you Pea..

Cat Nap Inn Primitives said...

glad you are okay..can you believe how much snow we got..I wanted a white christmas..but this is ridiculous...Merry christmas and all the best for 2009...:)

Meadowbrook Cabin Primitives said...

Hi Pea,
May your days be brighter !..

Hugs and Blessings coming your way
and wishing you and yours a joyous Christmas Day.. maybe if need be.. just postponing a big dinner till everyone or most everyone can get together.

Glad you got out of the ditch.. unharmed.
with big hugs,

Plain-n-Simple! said...

O Pea one Kanobi,
Atleast your blue butt is still intact...right? I do so hope you can keep your spirits high!!! Fish sticks wouldnt be so bad, it could be a ring o' red and a loaf of bread Eeeww! I havent heard someone say Ying yang and mean it like you did, in a whole lot a years!!! Hehe ; )
Many Hugs,

Pea said...

Thank you Everyone! Things are looking up. The snow is melting and the kids will be here tomorrow. God willing and the creek don't rise. LOL
It means so much that everyone post on my blog and cheers me on!
Big hugs for the holidays.

Country*Road*Primitives said...

Pea, I am glad you are okay and hope your vehicle isn't damaged. Sending you *hugs* and will say a prayer for your heart to be filled with loving memories... xox

Cookie said...

Sorry to hear about the mishap, but at least you were safe! I'm sure it wasnt fun breaking the news to hubs that yeah... he had to pull you out of the ditch, but at least you are safe and sound.
I just wanted to pop in and wish you a joyful Christmas. I know these are difficult days for you - there are many that care about you, including me that are praying for you.
Merry Christmas, dear friend. ♥

Pea said...

Thank you Carla,
The kids made it okay thank goodness and we got to celebrate.

Pea said...

The kids all made it safe and sound. They made it home this morning, after all the fun.
I am doing okay. A few tears but that is to be expected. Thank you for your caring words and prayers. It means more to me then you know. May your season be bright.