Monday, June 11, 2007

long weekend

Today we have a public holiday to celebrate the queens birthday. It is nice to have an extra day of. I have been trying to limit my time on line and get the house a bit more organised for my new mothers rule which will be starting this week.

My big fall down with my rule is spending too much time on computer and not been able to give myself enough prayer time and having to do jobs quickly so they tend to not to be done to the best of my ability. So I am starting anew and trying to turn over a new leaf.

I am taking a week of dcf too while I get things more organised. I realized on Saturday that one particular thread was totally consuming me. When I wasn't online I was thinking about it and what I had written. I was also thinking about what others had written. A lot of the comments in this thread upset me and I was surprised at some peoples responses. This had an affect on my interaction with the family. I realized that I just had to let it all go and forget about the whole thread. The only way for me to do this is to stay away for a little while and not go back to the thread.

I realize that these disagreements are never one pesons fault so I want to take this oppotunity to apologize to any people that I hurt with any of my comments in the thread.

God bless
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