Skip to main content

Destination Disney ~ Quotes #7

Hi All!!  Today I'm back on Heidi's Destination Disney Meme~Quotes blog hop, and this week the focus is on:

"Don't think, and don't worry.  If the time comes, you'll know what to do." ~ Mrs. Incredible

Thinking about interpreting this quote brings me to thoughts of our current family issues.  After a death in the family & job loss, it seems a family is falling apart.  I sometimes feel like telling my husband to give up, not fight for what's his and just pack up and start all over in another state, away from everyone.....but that's not the answer.  I continue to stay strong and supportive of my husband.  I try to encourage him to go on & fight & defend what is rightfully his.  I continue to look for a good, well-paying job while also exploring new career options that won't take long to learn and have great income potential.  We continue to move forward & not take anything away from our kids....they still play baseball, go to private schools, dance & practice gymnastics! We will still try to plan vacations, and attempt to save any money that we can while also eliminating any lingering debt.  I strongly believe in my faith, and I believe everything happens for a reason!  As hard as my job loss may be, as difficult as the death of a family member has been on an entire family.....we have to believe that it is all for a reason and something better is on the horizon.  
Keep moving forward, we will find a better way!




Comments

  1. What an absolutely wonderful interpretation of today's quote. God tells us not to worry about tomorrow - and it sounds like that's exactly the stance you are taking. Good for you!

    ReplyDelete

Post a Comment

Popular posts from this blog

Taking a Detour!!!!

So we are up & out of my dad's house by 7am.  It was hard and I tried to leave quickly, my poor baby girl even cried-I felt soooo bad for her.  Usually I'm the only one crying, but she really didn't want to leave :(  So,  we said goodbye-hope to be back soon (permanently) and we drove off!
About an hour out, we stopped for breakfast and had to practically make a run for it, LOL! There were like 20 buses full of kids!! By the time we got inside, the Dunkin Doughnuts line was like a mile long-ugh, there goes my coffee!  So we had no other choice but to eat burgers at Wendy's, everything else had super long lines that we didn't want to wait on!
We grabbed our burgers and left.  A little while later Laz asks me if I want to stop at Clearwater Aquarium.  At this point, I'm not 100% sure-I was sad about leaving & felt like just being home to calculate & come up with good, concrete reasons to move to Florida.  On the other hand, I really wasn't looking…

Weekend Trip to Niagara Falls, Canada~Part 2

Here is our 2nd day in Niagara Falls.  We started our morning with breakfast in the hotel restaurant.  After breakfast we headed over to Marineland.  This park was nothing spectacular, but it was a nice little trip.  We saw a dolphin show, saw several other animals, killer whales, fed Beluga whales and rode 1 or 2 rides.  Again, nothing spectacular but it was fun.  A lot of walking, and our favorite part was feeding the beluga whales - they were so cute!
The dolphin show was also fun!  Its been a long time since we've seen dolphins in action.














After all the walking, we were run down and hungry.  We headed back to the hotel to shower and prepare for our dinner at Massimmo's Italian restaurant.  The view was beautiful!  I enjoyed dinner, but hubby and baby girl didn't.  I like to try new things and unfortunately the other 2 don't - and there wasn't much on the menu that they liked.  Baby girl had Ceasar Salad, hubby had Minestrone soup and I had Linguine Carbonara.


Cooking Corner: Cookbook Challenge Day 1

Hi everyone!  I'm starting April with a little challenge for myself.  You are all welcome to join if you choose.  I have a rather large collection of recipes that I've never tried and since I started to declutter my life of things I don't need, this is one area that needs help. What do I need so many cookbooks and binders of recipes for? I don't know - it just takes up space and it's another thing for me to clean.  So, I decided that if I can't find good recipes that we love, there is no point in keeping the book or recipe.  I attempted this challenge a few years ago but never followed through.  This time, I intend to stick with it.
Here's my challenge:
Pick a book a month and try some recipes.
Decide what we like and what we don't.
If I have at least 15 recipes that we like, the book stays.  If not, I'll just copy the few recipes we liked and get rid of the book.
Not sure what I'll do with the book yet.  I'll figure it out at the end of th…