Wasteful Thinking

Thankful Thursdays…

I finally made it over to visit my husband’s cousin…we always have the best little talks.

The gift that keeps on giving…

She had 3 Lilly plants to give me. I’ll cut these babies back and in the ground they go. A nice little weekend project. A little love and I’ll have more beauty in the garden this year and for years to come. She also had one potato and two sweet potatoes that had sprouted…I put those babies in the ground as soon as I got back home.

I planted the hydrangea that my neighbor gave me as well but not before clipping a few flowers for a lovely bouquet.

For my viewing pleasure…

My husband sat out front for a few as I prepared his dinner. He asked for baked bbq chicken for dinner…of course he could not eat the chicken. He enjoyed rice, beans and mac/cheese. The chicken he said, was full of more steroids than he is after chemo. All I could do was laugh.

We took a ride after dinner to Dollar General…he wanted chocolate. I encouraged him to pick a dark chocolate and he reluctantly agreed. Now of course, I will be able to enjoy a piece or two…or three.

An early morning Tele Health called is scheduled for tomorrow and then a follow-up with his primary from his last ER visit…that’s on the beach. Not fun at all. Fighting the traffic is a nightmare, especially on a Friday. But I trust we will be just fine…both going and returning.

We are Always Covered!!!

I learned a valuable lesson this week…people seldom truly change. Some say they have. Some even think they have…but if you are in contact with them enough…and long enough it will surface. It’s so disappointing. It’s also very sad.

I am thankful that I am in a constant state of growth…not even who I was on last week not to mention 5 or 10 years ago. I reconnected with a few people on last year and have come to realize that the relationships are beginning to drain me again and are still very one sided. The only person that is going to drain me is going to be my husband and even that’s going to have it’s limits. Loving from a far is the best I can do for now…

I’m not interested in wasted time!

My time is valuable to me and meaningless conversations are a waste.

Remember that and don’t forget to drink your water đź’¦

Blessings Abounding, Vetta

By Coley Chronicles

Blogger/ Podcaster- Coley Chronicles: All Things Real w Vetta/ Certified Life Coach/ Ordained Minister/ Mentor/ Prophet

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