Saturday, July 2, 2011

Really? It's been that long?

I know it has been that long since I posted an update here. There have been so many things going on in my life. In fact they continue to go on. But all I can say is that life goes on. All I can do is make the very best of every day. That's what I have been doing.

Meanwhile my precious daughter has a new boyfriend. He seems to be a good guy. She has known him for several years and he is a gentleman to her. And he WORKS!!!! They are going to shoot some fireworks tonight I think. Her boyfriend bought quite a bit of them today. This part of Kentucky now sells the "good kind" of fireworks. Most people usually had to make a trip to Boomland in Missouri in order to get them but now they are available locally. It is a bit worrisome for me because I am afraid there are going to be people hurt from them during the holiday weekend but there isn't anything that I can do about that.

For those of you who didn't know my husband and I are separated. He has filed for divorce. There is no chance of any reconciliation. I will spare you the details since it is graphic and not appropriate for a family blog. I will only say that what has happened is something that is an absolute deal breaker. I never thought that my life would turn the way it has but I know that The Lord never puts more on you than you can handle so I turn everything over to Him.

We have our house up for sale. I am getting ready to hire a realtor since the 'for sale by owner' doesn't seem to be working. The realtor I am going to hire is one of the best in town. I realize too that it could and more than likely will take 6 months or more to actually sell it. People just aren't spending money like they used to.

I have my mare for sale. I never ride anymore anyway. My back is getting worse and riding makes it even worse so it is necessary. I know I won't get much for her but that's ok. I just want to make sure that she gets a good home. The equine market has dropped so much in the last few years I might even end up giving her away as long as she has a good home. That is the most important thing to me. She is a good horse but is only green broke and needs a lot of work.

I plan on moving closer to work which means I will live in town. But I will have my babies (Sophie and Patty) with me along with my son who has been living with me for a few weeks now. He is working with his dad's business but his dad is shutting it down so that won't last long. It's ok though. I know that things will work out for the best and I just keep the faith. Every night I turn everything over to God and let Him handle what I can't. So far He is doing a pretty good job I must say.

I hope to get some pictures of my girls on here soon. They are doing so well. Sophie has lost her weight due to a change in diet and Pattykins is just a mess! She is such a talker. I love it. I have been trying for over a year to teach her to say 'I love momma' but she just can't do it. She tries but it doesn't come out like that. I guess ya can't have everything.

I am going to miss my life in the country and all of the peace and serenity that comes with it but I know in my heart that I am doing the right thing. It will all work out. I just keep the faith.

10 comments:

Dan and Betty Cooksey said...

Sorry about the way things have been going. I wish you the best.

Dan

dAAve said...

Wow! You DO have a lot going on.
Scott hasn't updated me so I didn't know about your separation. That's a shame, but you seem to be handling it in a mature and orderly fashion.

As you embark on a new and different life, just remember to ...
keep blogging.
LOL

Karen said...

Life's all about changes. Good luck as you continue on this journey. I know you'll come out on top, TB.

Paint Girl said...

I am so sorry to hear about what is going on. My thoughts will be with you during this difficult time.

fernvalley01 said...

so many changes. Hugs and prayers for you and your family .

Chris H said...

So sorry your life is in upheaval chick.
{{{HUGS}}}

Amy said...

Glad to hear your are surviving and I know that God will handle it all in a way that is best for you!

Lots of hugs!

Syd said...

I am sorry about the farm and the mare. I am also sorry about the divorce and the heart break of that. I know how much you cared for Joe. Wishing you the best.

Ranch Girl Diaries said...

Sorry to hear that things are in a bit of unheavel for you. I have been through a lot with my family (and in my own life) this past year. I always try to keep the perspective that everything is meant to be for a reason. Things will get better. I hope you can find a good home for your mare!
Keep us posted.
p.s. This is formerly "Pony Girl" ;-)

Lou said...

I have been gone a long time from blogland. I was surprised and saddened to read the news. Life never stops for long, does it?

You have a genuine, big heart. You will always bless others with that.

Andrew is sober..sounds like your boy is too. We will take our blessings where they are given.

I will be in Lexington next week to see my 3 mo old granddaughter. Another blessing! I will shout "hello, Trailboss" when I cross the Ohio line.

XOXOX Lou