Yes, friends, I'm taking a little blogging break.
Not a long one.
Just a teeny one.
There's much going on here in Judiland---from absessed teeth to nurse mom-ing to working on healing vibes to praying that blisters and fevers and pain go away to crossing fingers that we can get on with what needs getting on with in the next few days.....
Yes, there's lots to do and lots of things that need to happen.
Lots of important stuff.
Like healing Toni and getting to the great state of New Jersey.....so we can get to the church on time!
Yes, we've got a family wedding waiting for us.
All we're waiting for is Toni....and that nasty infection and everything it brought with it to go away. Far, far away.
Lesson learned.....never underestimate the power of your teeth.
When your teeth decide they want to go bad, they do it with a vengance.
An unrelentless, bitchy vengance.
So, next time you reach for that gooey carmel candy bar....think twice.
And.....make friends with your dentist.
Hell, at this point....my advice is---marry a goddam dentist. The hell with friendship.
But, before anything else happens.....all energies and thoughts and time need to be spent on moving mountains, making miracles and turning water into wine.
And, to be perfectly honest---I'm exhausted.
Completely and utterly exhausted.
From the top of my head to the tips of my toes.
And, that's no way to blog.....
You deserve so much more.
Before I go and in the spirit of what my blog is all about---I will say this....thank God I am not obese or fat or disgusted with the state of my weight anymore.
It makes getting through these tiring times so much easier.
115 pounds ago I wouldn't have been able to move mountains.
Well, I would have been able to move mountains....because that's what us women do.
But, I'll tell you this much--115 pounds ago, after I would have moved that mountain, I would have eaten another mountain.
You know what I mean?
I'd be adding another mountain of fat to my already mountainous belly.
So, even though I am exhausted, I am thankful.
Thankfully exhausted but thankful nonetheless.
Thank you Lapband.
So, friends.....stay put, stay well and be sure to check back next week.
That's when we will continue traveling this road together.
Roll down the window and let the wind blow back your hair.