Tuesday, May 03, 2011

Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day

There's no benefit in elaborating, so let's just leave it at that.

And try to focus on something beautiful:

That's it for today from . . .

19 comments:

Nancy K. said...

It sounds like things have GOT to get better!
Sending you hugs...

Michelle said...

Thank-you, Nancy; I could use a LOT of hugs right now....

Kelly Bartels said...

For whatever you may be enduring..prayers and hugs coming your way.

Susan said...

Michelle, I hope everything will turn out much better than it appears to be going. Love and hugs from upstate NY.

Laura said...

(((HUG)))

Ruth @ Hope, Joy and Faith Farm said...

Hang in there, this too shall pass! I have decided that Blackjack, the little shetland sheep that we fostered, really needs a home where his beautiful wool can be appreciated. Do you know of anyone who might be interested in him?

Christine said...

Beautiful blooms. Things always get better. Sometimes they get worse first, but then they always get better. :)

Michelle said...

Thanks for all the virtual hugs, guys. After getting some concerned emails, I almost deleted this whole post, because I'm not going through anything life-threatening, nothing that won't eventually pass. Like Christine said, things always get better. I went out and watched my lambs for awhile, and feel a little better.

Ruth, I'll put my thinking cap on about Blackjack. He's a wether, right?

thecrazysheeplady said...

{{{hug}}}

Kim said...

I hate rotten days! Hope tomorrow is brighter for you.

Mama Pea said...

I've been following your blog for a while now and decided to come out of the lurker's closet today.

Don't forget you've got faithful friends here who are always willing to listen to your problems if it seems right to share them.

I've been subjecting my readers to quite a lot of whining lately it seems. ;o\

WestCoastSassyCats said...

Chiming in with hugs from up here....

Samantha said...

Hugs! Hope your okay! xx

C-ingspots said...

I'm so sorry Michelle. :(

schoonoverfarm said...

Sorry Michelle for whatever you are going through. I hope it passes quickly and things stat looking up.

Leigh said...

I hope things are better now. I agree that the best thing to do on days like that is to focus on things to be thankful for!

seashells said...

pooh.

Danni said...

Heyyyy... you're middle name's not "Alexander", is it? ;-)
Seriously, though, I *hate* days like this. I'm glad to read in your comments that a bit of lamb-watching brightened you up a bit. There are days around here that, truly, the only thing that makes any sense to me are my animals. :-)
(I hope you got some of that amazing weather that we had yesterday... it was very needed! Too bad it's raining here this morning again, heh)
:-)

Michelle said...

Danni, sounds like we're getting the same weather -- good and not so good.

My animals bring me so much joy, but one of the major causes of my "Alexander" day was a NON-sensical injury my horse sustained Monday night. Tuesday wasn't good, yesterday was horrific, but things are better this morning. Thanks for your kind words -- to ALL of you!

P.S. I added a link to my horse/dressage blog at the top left, for those who want to know what is going on with Russell.