And forget not that the earth delights to feel your bare feet and the winds long to play with your hair. ~ Kahlil Gibran



Thursday, April 02, 2009

One Day at a Time

That's the way I am taking it right now. It seems that a whole mess of issues that need attention RIGHT NOW have shown up on the doorstep here at Barefoot Manor along with spring. I had the bad taste to let myself get sick for a few days, and chores piled up something aweful. I am trying to deal with the insurance company over the car accident (a major stress inducing activity), and Mr. Barefoot is with the band all the freakin' time (new members and an important gig coming up).

Sorry I don't have anything more interesting to say, but I am just a hair overwhelmed right now.

4 comments:

Doreen said...

Hi there, Ms. Barefoot!
Greetings from The Wild & Weedy Kitchen, not to be confused with kitsch, however, sometimes I wonder. I came across your blog, had something to do with Paganism I believe.
Sounds like you're a busy mom of the practical green magick type. I enjoyed your entries. Please visit my blog!
Peace, Doreen
p.s. just so you know, it is snowing as we speak, here in northern Idaho. It has snowed every day this week. Harumph.

Finding Pam said...

Barefoot, sometimes things just overwhelm us all. Sounds like you have your plate full. Take really good care of yourself while you are down. This will pass, just hold on until it does.

Lisa said...

Forget the cheesecake, it has no power in a situation such as this. I prescribe a hot bubble bath, with no children poking at you (or shrieking) and a mountain dew in a lovely tall glass with plenty of ice.

We're getting out the big guns here!

barefoot gardener said...

Doreen-
Thanks for stopping by! I will definitely pop over for a visit as soon as I can

Pam-
Holding...

Lisa-
Ahhh, that feels better. Dr. Lisa always knows what to do...

Anon-
Crud! Busted with my first slip in all my years of blogging....that is the hubby's real name. Please don't be offended, I deleted your comment for security purposes...