Thursday, March 28, 2013

So I told myself, No I'm not leaving

How would you like a garden like this..... Isn't it sweet.. I love all the vibrant colors In my dreams...
~Good morning everyone~, I'm trying hard to get in a positive way...It's been ruff.. I love my blog and blogging and sharing my life with all of you reading your blogs when I can. I want to continue to blog. Yesterday I was just so upset once again.  I don't want to even go into the detail of it.  I just want to forget it and it go away...Sorry just want my daughter to go away and don't come back.. I have five children and never felt this way about any of them...but she has just done to much for my blood to swallow.........
SO MOVING ON..................
I wish I had a little cottage to go to...and spend a spell there.............................
A place with a magical feeling about I can forget my troubles................
It is the only place my heart can be content...and be in total sunshine...........I can day dream and think of pretty things.........and no one can take it away from me.....................
Peace on Earth as it is in Heaven..............with love Janice.................~Blessings~ my dear sweet friends....


  1. Janice, sorry things have been so rough. Sometimes Moms and teen/early twenty daughters just clash for a few years. Usually the best "medicine" is a little time apart. Time to put things into perspective. Time for daughter to mature a little. Time for mom to realize that daughter is growing up and needs to make her own decisions, even if they are mistakes. Time for mom to realize that she can forgive a lot more than she ever thought she could, because deep down, she loves her kids more than anything in this world. Growing up isn't easy for kids. Letting go isn't easy for moms. Allowing yourself the space and time you need to let your relationship evolve is essential right now. Hugs.

  2. Hello Janice. Know that you are in my prayers. God bless you.
    Your blogging sister, Connie :)

  3. Janice
    I don't know how old your children are as I haven't been following your blog all that long but I do know we all go through trials and tribulations, especially during the teen years.
    Look for the good in your daughter and know that your way isn't always the only way. (I learned this through many tears)
    The good news is, once they figure out who they are, and where they're going, you become the best of friends. Our 2 girls are in their late 30's now and we are more like sisters than mom and daughters.
    Long walks and cups of tea are great comfort for stress.
    Happy Easter.

  4. Thank you ladies, I'm not sure why I'm having such a difficult time with her I have an older daughter and didn't go through this nor with my sons...I'm trying my hardest to be patient etc...thank you for your kind concern and wonderful words of wisdom, it is so much appreciated..Time for a hot cup of tea and some more thinking ...Hugs back

  5. Praying for you dear began in a garden so did sin....thus is the trouble with our world,but we are make overcomers by the blood of Jesus...this to shall pass....blessings

  6. Janice I hope it all gets sorted out with you and your daughter.Life does throw challenges our way from time to time but we have to have faith and be strong. I love your pics too. Who wouldn't want to run to that little cottage. It's so sweet. Happy Easter xx