Sunday, 14 November 2010

Did I think it would be easy???

A few comforting pictures first!!!

Friday night is traditionally pizza night in this household and this week I tried a slightly wetter bread mixture. Well, it kind of exploded the dough and I had enough to make 3 very big pizzas.



Two for supper and one for the freezer.



They were oh so delicious :D



Now for the grumble, but don't worry, it's only a little one. On that day when my marriage collapsed, so did my dreams and hopes for the future. I never intended for it to end, but now that it has, I'm guarding my peace and quiet as much as possible and every intrusion feels magnified. A weekend of tears and upset has left me exhausted, but thank goodness for my wonderful children and my darling puppy love :D I think maybe that I had thought it would be easier than this!



I'm trying to stay positive and taking each day at a time. I have the Secret and will give thanks for all the special people and wonderful things in the World. I have a lovely joint of pork roasting in the oven, the veggies are prepared and waiting and tonight will be spent writing letters and doing a little sewing :D

8 comments:

Kadeeae said...

Hoping that in the days and weeks ahead "things" ease for you and that you have a never ending supply of that glorious puppy love ;-)

All the best~

~K~

Simone said...

The pizzas look yummy! I may have a go at making my own this week. I am sorry you are having a tough time. It doesn't help when the weather is so gloomy does it? Just try to keep focusing on the positive things in life. Nothing lasts forever and these anxious times will pass. x

Eliza said...

Oh I'm so sorry about your marriage, it happened to me too many moons ago, (((((((((hugs))))))))) stay positive as much as you can.

Danielle Barlow said...

(((Sending hugs your way)))

You know, Devon is the most wonderful place for new starts and healing. I arrived here with my mum and sister, aged 12, reeling from the shock of my father leaving us and my world turning upside down. I am grateful every day that we landed here - it is the land of my heart.

Dragonfly Dreams said...

I, too, know the pain of a marriage ended. Even though I was the one who knew the end had come, I still went through the grief of my loss of emotional security (fleeting anyway, I realize now), of happy family times, and of dreams I always held since the moment I first met my ex-husband. But know this as well, the woman who comes out on the other side is infinately more beautiful and strong, than the one who went in. Powerful positive thoughts to you, dear Yarrow!

Yarrow said...

Thank you so much dear friends for your kind and supportive words. I feel blessed to know you all :D

Bovey Belle said...

You and your lovely family are often in my thoughts. I am sure that this upheaval will result in a far more satisfying and happy life. Danielle's right you know, head West . . .

Yarrow said...

I'm planning to my dear, but only if you are :D