Wednesday, April 27, 2011

An Ode From A Dark Time...

I've been pretty absent from my blog lately, for a few different reasons.  One reason was because hubby and I were busily preparing our downstairs living area and backyard for Olivia's 4th birthday party on the 25th.  We had a lot of boxes still to go through, and a lot of the boxes contained random things from over the past 4 years.  Because that time has been rather turbulent, I've avoided going through the boxes.  There are journals that I've written in when I was at my sickest (with PND) and naturally, they're not exactly light reading! 

So when hubby came upstairs with a notebook in hand and said "I found this notebook from before... I think you need to read this entry...", I stopped what I was doing to give it my full attention.  He seemed very serious.

I was expecting something dark and confronting...

But I'd forgotten about this entry that I'd written one night as... well, you'll see...  ;-)




Not as dark and confronting as I thought it was going to be... ;-)



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17 comments:

  1. Hilarious, Danielle. You are quite the poet!

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  2. Hilarious Danielle, l think all women relate to that, well said...:0)

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  3. lmao thats hilarious!

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  4. Ok you've got me sitting on the couch giggling away :) Anyone with a hubby is going to appreciate that wonderful heartfelt piece of poetry!
    Kim xxx

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  5. Too funny , Danielle! Very well written as well I must say, even with the subject! I too suffered from PND, twice, so I know the feeling! So good to see that there were some light moments for you! :) xx

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  6. That is charming! Seriously! I can't wait to read that to my hubby! That is going to be "our song" Teeheehee... Thanks for sharing! xoxo

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  7. OMG soooooooo funny. You really are quite the poet!

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  8. OMG!!! Thank you for the laugh! Hope you feel crafty soon. Your work always inspires me.

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  9. That was great. I'm still laughing!!
    Darlene G

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  10. Fabulous!! Think you should send it to be published in a mag or paper. Love it!

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  11. Definitely needs to be published! You sure are multitalented Danielle!

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  12. Hilarious! You're quite the poet as well as an inspirational artist - multi talented. Thanks for sharing. Glad your dark times had some lighter moments. Take care.
    PS at least the farter in question shows some restraint under the doona (unlike someone I know.....)

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