Posted by : Sherri Cornelius Thursday, July 30, 2009

Got to sleep in this morning, and it was nice. The kids are old enough to occupy themselves until I get up (though whether or not they choose to occupy themselves is another story) so if I need an extra hour I can usually get it. Usually I feel rushed the rest of the day, but today I feel like I'm floating on an ocean of good feeling, where worry and strife is waving from yonder shore. My dreams last night were normal; don't know why I feel so peaceful. Maybe it's because I've been delving into Buddhism more lately.

I guess I need to go to yet another town to find some scent-free items. Maybe I'll try K-Mart first, but if that doesn't pan out the next step is the big city, 40 miles away. It's also school clothes time, that's always fun. Well, that was sarcastic, but this time it might actually be fun, because DH got a little bonus at work. We might be able to buy things the kids like instead of whatever's left on the $3 rack.

Maybe that's what I'm feeling today. Monetary ease. I'm going to let the feeling sink in and carry it around with me forever.

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  1. Feeling good beats feeling lousy any day, don't it? Good luck letting it sink in and settle. If you have success write a book about how you did it. Monetary ease will be permanently yours.

  2. Amen. We jsut switched all of our accounts to another bank due to some suspected fraud. I'm all weirded out about it because I have no access to our new checking / savings accounts for about a week because they'll be mailing our debit cards and online banking usernames/passwords. I have one functioning checking account with a debit card and I'm freaking out that it will be suddenly overdrawn for some reason with no recourse to fix it.

    I'm happy you've found some financial peace. It's always nice to have those windfalls that make everything better, at least for a little while.


  3. *dreamy sigh* Monetary ease ... it even sounds romantic! Say it slowly.

    I'm happy things seem so perky for you hon - those are all good things happening for you and that makes me glad. :)


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