Tuesday, June 29, 2010

Tackle it Tuesday

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Dear friends today it is I who feel tackled by this fine Tuesday morn. If my body could even begin to keep up with all of the many many tackles that address my attention. Well It is a great motivator to try to focus and accomplish at least one today. That is what I have always loved about TIT. Today I really want to give it good effort and simply accept it if an outcome occurs.

It is Tuesday time to IRON out this mess.
At the first of the year after all the tax was accomplished and mailed an idea came to me to make a file of each years tax information in separate envelopes. That was it would all be in one place in a nice file box accessible if there were ever need. Starting the project was as far as it got and it has (like many other little piles) longed to be finished and put away off of my studio floor. With the summer and school out few things are really getting done in the house.
It is the time of souls, minds and spirits of the young ones I tend to everyday. Here goes though perhaps by days end I will have this done.

The other thing is to have the kids tend to a tackle just in order to keep them from the "FAT" of too much ease. Not the fat of body but of abundance and idol body with piles of their own.

With the challenges of terrible fatigue life is different for me these days. Like the wind has been pulled out of me. So very very tired almost all the time. This ol' hamster is all but seized upon my wheel. This has lasted a long while now. I am told that after the infusions I will feel much better. There is a pleasant peace here at our uncommon home. All is well with our souls. As of now it is more the body that gives challenge.

5 comments:

Annette said...

Good morning my sweet friend!! I have so many projects in my head that I need to do or want to do and like you have no energy to do them, I told my doctor of not having any energy and he said its because of everything I've been through these last few months, so waiting for friend energy to come back, I hate feeling this way. I read your other post and I coming over for dinner, you cooking sounds and looks just too good, I'll bring dessert! we would have so much being neighbors, and your right your grand niece & nephew ? do look so much like Miss. Dove & Mr. Dash, I had to take a second look, and Miss. Dove is tall, I was looking at the one of them in the library and boy hiddy she's got some long legs, and I love how Mr. Dash is just comfortable with himself to sit like that, I havent been able to sit like that in years!! I posted some pictures of new (new to me) its used car on my blog. I hope this finds you doing a little better.

LOVE & HUGS to all ~
Annette

Susie said...

Keep up the good work!!

e-Mom said...

Take it easy my dear! ღ

Amrita said...

Have a good week sister

Denise said...

I love you.

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• how to be pure
• how to be keepers at home
• how to be kind and submissive (not subservient) to their own husbands. (See Titus 2:3-5)

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