Warm and Fuzzy Feelings Can Get You Through

My children are healthy.

Hubby is snoring beside me.

Cat is fat, funky and funny.

The Dog is a senior citizen and regularly emits what can only be described as toxic fumes. 


The house is full of laughter, hormones and sometimes tears. 

There are celebrations to look forward to, and dreams not yet come true.

There are hard times behind us, and challenges ahead.

I’m ready.

Life is beautiful, messy and ever changing, and I know I am blessed. 

I wouldn’t change a thing. 


  1. smiles…and that is a good thing…like the contentedness…

  2. It’s always nice to count all our happy blessings.

  3. Beautiful.

  4. Age has nothing to do with toxic fumes, just ask my granddaughter.
    Your priorities are in the right place.
    Love the photo of the pets. 🙂

  5. Perfect!

  6. I love being waken up in the morning, by my dog’s gas. It’s delightful.

  7. I love this post. Also, our dog also emits toxic fumes.

  8. You’ve got it all right in the priority department! Well done.

  9. This is just beautiful….yes, so much to be thankful for.
    I LOVE that photo…was the dog farting that close to the cat??? 🙂

  10. So nice to ‘not’ sweat the small stuff, and to appreciate the people, animal creatures, and things that matter.

    Happy New Year!

  11. Wonderful! You’re blessed!

  12. We do forget this too often!
    Thanks for the reminder!

  13. Anonymous says:

    I feed my old lab a spoonful of canned pumpkin with his dinner, really helps with the “emissions” and he loves it!

  14. This is beautiful, it brought tears to my eyes.

  15. Wonderful, and Ditto! (minus the dog and cat). 🙂

  16. Love this! Well except the stinky dog farts :). But I guess that makes life more interesting.

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