The future belongs to those who believe in the beauty of their dreams.
Two years ago I started a blog on another site and dreamily thought that I’d keep it up and I would have thousands of fans that would love my writing and I’d eventually end up with a book series based on my life.
Well?? No that didn’t happen. I will post those articles here you guys can catch up. I have a new goal before I can move into that stage of my life where I’m freely writing and sharing myself with you. I am screaming when I say this, I NEED TO BE DEBT FREE, there I said it. My family and I need to free ourselves of this lead weight we have attached to our lives.
Currently, I am a hot mess, and the worst part is its starting to show. I’m cracking at the seams. So how in the world am I going to accomplish this feat. Slowly and pointedly. I have to set goals, I will post those as soon as I have them figured out what the first and most important should be.
Here is a little about me. I am a married, mother of two gorgeous and very active girls. I have several jobs, yah several! I have a great husband and a ridiculously supportive family. I am what has been coined as a Super Mom.
One who is no feeling so super right now!
Today I was going to put my plan of attack into action. But last night I decided I was going to make pumpkin puree and roast some seeds and apparently I let too much pumpkin down the disposal and we had a flood. I had no idea. Apparently its common knowledge but I usually throw organics out in the compost and food scraps go in the trash can, so I’m not all knowing on the business of disposal rules. No melted candy coating, no large amounts of rice and no potato skins, That’s it. Let’s talk about feeling like a dope!
My husband was and still is livid because the sink back flowed out to the washer drain and flooded the garage so right now I have no sink and no washer. So here is my plan for today…dry the garage and come up with a list of things that don’t go in the garbage disposal! In case you were wondering here is an easy way to remember:
1. Greasy stuff (meat, hot oils)
2. Hard Stuff (bones, egg shells, pits)
3. Fibrous stuff (ie pumpkins, carrots, artichokes)
4. Expandable stuff (ie rice, pasta)
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