My day has completely turn around....
First. I, unlike my sweet cousin, asked Jay if I could call him...
I said I loved him, he said he loved me. *Boom* we both feel better.
2, Rocky Mountain Power said that they would reissue the lost check on Nov. 3....(dorks)
3, Advanced Critical Research sent me a check (totally unexpected, I was thinkin 3 more months) for $75!!!!!!!! This replaces the lost check, but that check is still comin!!!!!
So, this does a couple of tings for me....
1. It renews my faith in some higher power watching over me, and... loving me.
For some reason I have the hardest time believing that God loves me.... I know he's there... the world is just to vast and wonderful and amazing for that... (God has a sense of humor too, look at the ferrets) but, he's one busy fella... Obviously though.... someone up there cares about the welfare of me and Jay....We've had to many saves for there not to be... We're definitely paying our tithing this month :D
To clarify with all of you who didn't think I even believed in God.... I believe that God controls science... I believe that God created man in his own image, from monkeys... Evolution is there!!! God just pokes it along...
2. It cheers up my husband! SWEET!!! He needs to be cheered up. We're gunna go to his FAVORITE CHINESE place tonight to celebrate! YAY CHINA DELIGHT!!!! I'm so excited... this also gives us something to look forward to after chemistry tonight...
3. It changes my mood, which makes Gabby happy... which is important
4. It makes Grandma and Grandpa think that I'm ot just a depressed person and know that I'm happy with my Hubby...
5. It turns my DAY around... Started out crummy, with my pessimism.... NOW, I'm quite happy... thank you very much!
Thank you for taking the time to read my thoughts (however jumbled they may be) and being my support.... I love you all!!!!
I forgot: Quote of the Day:
"Perhaps it was the eyes of the wolf, measured, calm, knowing.
Perhaps it was the intense sense of family.
After all, wolves mate for life, are loyal partners, create hunting communities
and demonstrate affectionate patience in pup rearing.
Perhaps it was the rigid hierarchy of the packs.
Each wolf had a place in the whole and yet retained his individual personality.
Perhaps it was their great, romping, ridiculous sense of fun.
Perhaps it was some celestial link with the winter night skies
that prompted the wolf to lay his song on the icy air.
For the native people who lived with the wolves,
and the wolves once ranged from the Arctic to the sub-tropics,
there was much to learn from them.
Is it any wonder that the myths of many tribes characterize the wolves
not as killers but as teachers?"