What do you do when your world blows up around you and it's so unnerving that you really don't want even your closest of friends to find out what's going on at the moment? Well... if you are Lanie, you stop blogging just long enough to clean up your mess and start to get life back on track. Sweets kept telling me it's not as bad as I was thinking it was. Maybe he was right but when you are unfamilar with something and it hits you it can be quite unnerving. It isn't over quite yet and I'll confess/fill you in once it is because it just goes to show you that what you don't know really CAN hurt you.
Sometimes I'm so damn nieve and it really was a stupid mistake.
But... life goes on as it always has and always will.
The good thing is it has actually given me a new charge of motivation to get a few things done that have been on the back burner for a while. Maybe this was a blessing in disguise in it's own way. We will see. I do have a tendency to procrastinate on things that I sometimes really shouldn't.
Life's lessons can be tough sometimes. *sigh*
On a lighter note, the last weekend for Croy Creek is coming up. Spudward and I will be joining in the fun. He's excited to sport his flea market sweater and I'm excited to try out the new layout and get rid of a lot of things that have been cluttering up our garage, basement and the van. It will be a lot of fun and I'm going to be sure and take a lot of pictures this time. I've reorganized the way I do the flea markets just in time to test run it on the last weekend of this season.
Then it's time to hunker down for the winter and get it all ready for next spring. I have always loved the flea market and now that we have the van, I think I'll probably love it even more. No worries if it rains, comfortable sleeping and the possibility of whipping anyone who thinks they can beat me in Burnout Revenge. That's right kids, there's a television in that there van which means there's an Xbox set up too. *insert evil laugh here*
It really is a beautiful thing.
More tomorrow because there is much more to tell...