Friday, February 12, 2010

Weary Willie

Don't even bother reading this. It's nothing but a complaint.

I am growing very weary of it now. So much has happened in the past week, and not a whole lot of it good things. I'm tired of bundling up against the cold. I'm tired of looking outside and seeing whiteness. I'm really annoyed now with the fact that I am accumulating trash and recycling in my kitchen because I can't get my back door open and can't even go out the front and around to the trash cans. I'm tired of not being able to run to a store. I can't dig out my car, and if I did, couldn't get it out of the driveway. And I'm tired of not getting or sending mail. I'm tired of my own company - and that's something that hasn't happened to me in a very long time.

And now I'm tired of kvetching.

Thank you, Christine, for a bright spot in my morning. I loved your post and picture.

7 comments:

Dianne said...

I know the feeling
I was talking to myself this morning and then told me to shut up
I was getting on my own last nerve

Spring will come
This will pass

Hang on!!

Singing Bear said...

Keep smiling, Bobbie. Never tired of reading your words. ;)

Mountain Photog said...

As someone who has dealt with some snow in her day I can completely relate. A couple of years ago we had gotten 21 feet of snow between December and the beginning of March. I thought I would scream if we had one more snowstorm. It can really wear on you. Hang in there!

kenju said...

Bobbie, if you are snowed in for more than another day, promise me you'll call someone for help. I know how you feel, and we haven't had as much snow as you. We are supposed to get some tonight - and I dread it.

bobbie said...

Thanks for the thought, Judy. I did call for help when I needed it, when the heat and lights were gone. But now it's just cabin fever. I'm in touch with family and friends.

Paz said...

LOL! I'm tired of putting on boots, lacing them up and taking them off again. Oy vey!

Paz

Rambling Woods said...

Oh everyone needs a good kvetch now and then...I hear you...hugs.. Michelle