Full Plate!!!

I know you all have probably heard the expression "Full Plate". For year's people have told me and my husband we have a full plate. I really should think of those thing's when I get so angry. We are very busy with our boy's with Duchenne Muscular Dystropy, we just never vent. I truly hope I havnt chased anyone away, I alway's feel ashamed to complain and I should because I have so much to be grateful for. I have read other blogs that truly inspire me with their desire to be positive. I hope that I can inspire instead of be a bad new's bearer, today is a new day!!!


  1. I don't know where I would be without blogging these days. It really helps me put things in perspective. I am so glad that I met you, another great bloggy friend, on this fun fun journey!

    Best wishes and happy week,

  2. I love blogging.....I am so glad you are a blogging friend!! I look forward to reading posts & comments & it doesn't hurt to vent once in a while!!
    Enjoy the Day!

  3. I love blogging too and have 'met' some really wonderful people - it helps me, that ever when my plate is full - there is always room for their fellowship and friendship.


  4. I think it is so important to vent and get things off your chest. I always feel better afterwards.. don't feel guilty. You can always vent to God if you have no one else... he understands what you are going through.

  5. What are friends for?? If you can't let off steam to us, we aren't good friends!!
    Loving blessings to you and your family.

  6. It is OK to be you.:-) And YES God always gives us a brand new day. I love my blog...it has been so helpful to me in many ways and I have met a lot of wonderful people who inspire me and do not judge me. When I look back at the beginning of my blogging, I can see how much I have evolved. I still have not conquered adding new back grounds but what once was embarrassing to me I find comforting and do not wish to change. It is me...simple and plain. If you write a post that bothers you or you regret...it can always be deleted. Keep moving forward....and keep blogging. :)

  7. I know what you mean. I too have so very much to be grateful for and hate myself for getting mad over anything. I have a wonderful husband (who loves me, I might add) three wonderfully pleasant little girls (one of which is watching our lives from heaven) and I am healthy. However, God gave us emotions and one of them is anger... sometimes we need to vent.. not be ungrateful, but just vent. I believe it to be very healthy. Of course then when you look back on it later, you can kick yourself in the ever loving butt. ;)

    Thank you for the follow and I am going to follow you, as well. Hope you have a great day!