I know it’s only June 3rd but June gloom has really shown up. It’s been gloomy and I Love it. I wish our entire summer was gloomy, but I know it won’t be. It’s going to be a million degrees before we know it.
I had an uneventful weekend. I’ve been needing a lazy weekend and aside from making this cake
I’ll have to keep practicing on the drip part because it needs help LOL. Other than that. I’m proud of my cake.
Aside from showing off my cake I also wanted to tell you that…
Life is about learning to balance on one leg.
Because we don’t always land on both our feet.
Have a great week <3
I finally sat down to sew. It’s been so long time and I needed it. I made myself a zipper pouch using this fabric.
I had been wanting to make myself a pouch for a long time and just never got around to doing it. I Love sewing. It takes me back to when I would spend hours in the darkroom developing film or printing photos. To me they are so similar and I’m probably the only person that sees it that way.
I haven’t made one of these pouches in years and look at me, I sewed it wrong.
I feel like a rookie lol
It looks fine, but the zipper opening is on the right and it should have been on the left side. I’m still going to use it and next time I’m going to pay attention to what I’m doing.
Have a great week. Danigirl if you’re reading this, Tia Loves you.
As Mother’s Day is coming to an end, I can’t help but feel such emptiness in my heart. My first Mother’s Day without Tyson. People may say he was just a dog, but to me he was my baby. Like most moms I was there when he started dog obedience school. When he got and ear infection I had to make sure he took his antibiotics. When he had the stomach flu and he refused to eat out of his bowl, I hand fed him to make sure he ate. I like most moms rushed him to the hospital when his face started swelling because he was stung by a bee and he was allergic. I would cry like a baby when he would get his shots, the sad look in his eyes wondering why I let the vet poke him. Then there was the time he had a growth on his elbow. When the vet told me he had to do a biopsy because it could be cancer. CANCER? I wanted to fall to the floor and cry my eyes out. How could this be? I waited 3 days to get the results. The 3 longest days of my life. Then the vet called and told me my little guy was okay.
Oh Tyson I miss you so much. I Love you baby guy and the only comfort I have on days like this. Is knowing you’re with my dad now. Biting his ear and him playing with yours. Sitting right by him like you always did. Mom Loves you baby guy. Thank you for Loving me unconditionally.
Thank you for the beautiful friendship.
I miss you and I Love you.
I just want to change this world, by changing what’s inside of me…
Just let me dream…
Song by one of my favorite bands oZomatli. I do want to change this world. If I can help and impact somebody’s life. Then I did exactly that. I’ve changed the world.
My point today is that life is hard to deal with sometimes. We experience loss. Sometimes to the point we think we can’t handle it. To the point where we think we are broken and we won’t ever be okay again. Stay in those feelings for as long as you need to. Know that it’s okay to cry as much as you need to. Its okay to be emotional. It’s okay to talk about it. It’s going to make you stronger and I promise you will learn from it. I promise that even if your life isn’t the same after. You will learn to live differently, but you will be okay.
Those of you that know somebody dealing with some sort of loss. Be it a parent, spouse, child, friend, pet and so on. Be there for them, let them cry to you, hug them, listen to them and most importantly tell them you LOVE them.
To my sister, my friend Tracey and my best friend Carmen. THANK YOU for being there for me when I’ve needed you and for listening. For allowing me to cry and for never judging me. I appreciate you and I Love you.
Yesterday beat me up. At one point I wondered how I was going to get past the day and come out okay. Then I saw these pictures of Tyson.
No matter what was going on and I truly mean this when I say it. Tyson would always make me happy.
Thank you baby guy for Loving your mom as much as you did. I miss you baby and I Love you.
Happy Tyson Tuesday.
Thank you Mother Earth for beautiful places like Aruba.
The rain in Southern California has been out of control. We need it and I’m happy to see more green as the days have gone by this week. So thank you Mother Earth for beautifying our planet a little more.
Today I want to thank the United States post office. Especially our mail carrier of 30 years Gus. In another post I will go into detail why Gus is so special and important to us. Thanks Gus for bringing us our mail the past few days in the horrible California rain.
Thank you also to all the UPS and Fedex drivers delivering packages. Thanks to Amazon as well. With all this rain and minor floods, you’ve managed to make sure we receive our packages in time.
Huge thanks to companies like Door Dash, Postmates, GrubHub for delivering our food when we are too chicken to drive in the rain or too afraid to get wet.
Uber and Lyft drivers. THANK YOU.
You all are appreciated more than we ever tell you.
It’s amazing that even fences can’t stop Mother Earth from being amazing.
I Love walking this trail on my way to and from work. I’ve seen so many changes in the trees and plants. But the one constant is Mother Earth is always brining new greenery to life.
These aren’t the greatest photos. But if you Love Mother Earth as much as I do. They will make your heart as happy as they make mine.
Respect your Mother.
I can’t believe how fast this week flew by. It may have something to do with me being off Monday and Tuesday. Either way. Trying to keep up with my thank you Thursday.
Huge thank you to train conductors. You don’t realize how much shit they take from people. If the train breaks down, we blame the conductor. If the train is running late, we blame the conductor. If people are rude and don’t move over to make seats available, we blame the conductor. If we miss the train because we are the ones late, we blame the conductor. If somebody pushes you out of the way to get on the train before you, we blame the conductor. If we miss our stop, we blame the conductor.
So thank you conductors for getting me to work and home daily. For taking me to explore different places. But most important for being nice even after a long day of dealing with peoples attitude. Today and always I am thankful for you.