Friday five!

As you can see I’m posting this still on Thursday. I don’t know if I am going to be able to be in the computer tomorrow morning so I’m posting it right now.

1. Tomorrow we have the first Tae Kwan Do exam of Carlos. I hope he want to do it, because he hates to do things in public and all the parents are going to be there.

2. I finally found what to give to Carlos’s teachers for christmas gift. Is a chocolate nativity scene!! I love it ( maybe because I love chocolate)

3. Yesterday my two kids spent a hole day without fighting , they even danced with me. When I had them like that –dancing, smiling, hugging– I only thought " please Anabel don’t forget this".

4. Finally I feel better, I really feel depression is behind me. Also I accept better all my crazy inheritance and try to control it. Its been hard but I’m almost on the other side. Someday I will explain you about it, believe me my family is crazy.

5. Have a wonderful weekend!! 

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9 comments on “Friday five!

    • Oh I know all the families are crazy but mine is a craziness that hurts and for my bad fortune I inherited it. and I don’t want to be like that. Thank God I see it and I am working in it!!
      I love your sparks!! Now my weekend will spark too! Have a great weekend! πŸ™‚

  1. Yes, make a mental memory of that precious moment. Speaking from one whose children are grown, those moments are all too soon gone. I remember thinking when my children were very small like that and the stress was so extreme, anxious for them to grow so it would “get easier.” But those young moments are truly the most precious of all, and things only get more difficult (in other ways, not in the demand on your time so much) as they grow. So treasure all you can and hold those memories close. They’ll comfort you later on, especially during the difficult teen years!

  2. How did he do in Tae Kwon Do?
    Anything chocolate is great (unless you’re one of those weird people who doesn’t like chocolate.)
    You will remember.
    I know all about inheriting depression. I wrote to Bogwitch about my one day conversation with Mr. Negative Self-Talk last Saturday. I hate it. But it is a part of me, not me, just a part. Some days are easy. Some days are not. It is my cross to carry. Everyone has something.

    • the Tae Kwon Do test is in a few hours.
      Yes chocolate is always great and if they don’t like chocolate (something very rare) they can use it as a decoration.
      Yes depression is a hard cross to carry and have to add it all kind of crazy inheritance. But I’m trying to leave all that behind. Sometimes it helps to talk to someone about what you are thinking, as you did with Terry. Like that they can tell you, you are wrong, that things aren’t like that and that you must go on. The problem is that with depression we isolate ourselves. If you sometime need someone to talk, i am here. πŸ™‚

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