Linking up with Michelle for Oh, How Pinteresting.
TRUTH and FUNNY:
I have been this tired.....have you?
What is the little beast actually doing?
Linking up with Jamie for What I'm Loving Wednesday!
*I am loving my breakfast this morning. Banana smeared with peanut butter and a little Bear Naked Granola. Not much, just a sprinkle. I am trying to eat things I can pronounce. If the ingredients are things I don't recognize, I am putting it back on the shelf.
*The tickets I bought yesterday for the 4/6/13 game. This is game 2 of the year at Rangers Ballpark. I have Opening Day tickets already so this was my next Must-Go game. Once again I will be starting the season at the Ballpark for 3 of the first 4 home games! I love BASEBALL!!!
*That a few people I met up with last year on Opening Day #2 (It was Opening Night last year but it is a day game this year) are going to be in town and want cupcakes. I don't mind hooking up my cupcake loving friends with some goodies occassionally.
*That there is a mini-tweet up at Sherlock's tonight. Actually we are going to pick up some shirts but there will be some new Tweeps to meet. No, I wasn't on Twitter to find this out. Rachel emailed me to let me know my shirt would be available and I emailed Jennifer to let her know I would be there.
*This shirt because it makes me giggle. Josh Hamilton has been critical of the fans and says DFW isn't a baseball town. There is a grass roots movement to greet Josh with silence when he plays in Arlington. DFW is a winner's town. The Cowboys don't own it the way everyone thinks. The last few years, the Rangers have owned it and I love it. The Stars owned it when they won. The Mavs owned it when they won. It just works that way. There is a strong, core of baseball fans and I am happy to be one of them. Josh needs to be quiet and stop being critical of the people who supported him for the last 5 years.
*That day when you wake up and realize you are happy and you are OK. That is a great thing to have happen. I have spent a lot of months miserable beating myself up and trying to figure out why someone didn't want me. Guess what I realized, it doesn't matter. It really doesn't because I am great the way I am and instead of worrying about one fish who picked someone else, I need to concentrate on the entire ocean at my doorstep. My fish is out there and he is going to be a very lucky fish. That's the freedom I have now. That's awesome. (I just need to work on that God's timing thing!)
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