Sunday, December 9, 2007

Kids say the cutest things.....

I was watching my neices and nephews the other day day and was playing horsey with the 5year old Griffin. I was getting tired and told him I was getting too old to play like that. Well he said "Lyndsey your not old you are still new". Well that cracked me up and made my day but I kept talking to him about it and asked him if Grandma and Papa were old. Well he then said " Old people can't walk, so papa is still new and grandma is just a little old because she needs to use the wheelchair." Okay now I am rolling on the floor laughing. Got to love kids.

A little note on me for those who care. I am feeling a little better about things. I have decided to give Chris an ultimantum(sp?). He either gets his self together with work and things AND start talking to me more or after the holidays he needs to find somewhere to live. I figured out that I had been blaming myself for everthing, and guess what it is not my fault for alot of it. It is however my fault for letting things continue the way they have. The only way things are going to change for me is if I make them happen. I however can see I cannot make others change they have to change themselves and want that change. The unfortunate thing is that the change may not be with us as being a family. I cannot continue to be depress and after almost 9 years of being married and being on antidressants for 8 of those years, something has got to change.


twondra said...

Kids are so cute, aren't they?

Sweetie, I'm soooo glad you're thinking of yourself! Good for you! You've got one life and you want to be happy. It's tough, though.

I'm glad you updated your blog. I was worried. I was gonna soon send out a search warrant. :)

I'm always here! E-mail anytime! Love ya tons!

RainbowMomma said...

I'm proud of the way you are taking your life and your happiness into your own hands and letting Chris know what it is you need out of this relationship!!! That is really hard to do. Especially when you've been with someone for so long.

That kiddie comment was so cute! Even my daughter (at 9) still thinks our friend who is in her mid-60's, but very healthy and gets on the floor to play is younger than DP because DP has so many health problems. (You can guess how DP feels about that!)

Anyway, glad to hear you're standing up and making your needs known!