Hello, it’s been a while since I posted. So much has happened since the last post and I haven’t known what to even say about it all.
On Halloween, Knucklehead and I went to Shreveport to party it up with cousin Kookie. We had a blast, here are a few pictures from our night. This picture of myself kind of creeps me out now. It didn’t at the time, but oh well. We had fun at any rate.
We had a great time at Kookie’s house, and I can’t even tell you how many trick or treaters she had come through there, but it was a ton! They came on trailers, in the back of trucks, in cars and in droves just walking up. It was so fun to see all the different costumes and kids having a great time. Knucklehead had a blast jumping out of that coffin scaring people when they walked by.
The next day, we got up early and came home. I had dropped Knucklehead off at his Dad’s on my way through and it’s a good thing I did for when I got home, I found out The Hubs, as I have called him on here, had moved out. I was very glad Knucklehead wasn’t with me at that moment. I had no clue this was going to happen at that moment, but I did however know a storm was brewing. It had been for a while.
I don’t have anything bad to say about that man, but I don’t have much good to say and my momma has always told me if you don’t have anything nice to say, don’t say anything at all so that’s what I’m going to do.
I will say (ha ha, I knew I had to say at least a little something) though that now that the dust has settled and my life is back to a normal routine, I’ve come to realize that I was terribly burdened for a long time trying to make someone happy and keep the peace, and not having to do that anymore has improved my life immensely.
My family rallied around me and I have never felt so much love and support from them, and from good friends. They have never failed me, when others have.
I see nothing but good days ahead for me and Knucklehead. We had a great Thanksgiving, my brother had some friends of his come in town, and my friend Jennifer, her husband Chopper and daughter Haley came, and we just had a really good time. Jennifer took the picture so regrettably, she isn’t in it. She and family spent the night and left the next day, and we had a great time catching up with each other.
With Christmas just days away and my other son Justin coming in town for the holidays, this is one happy momma and I can truly say that I am so blessed.
I’ll be back to my regular genealogy posts and more around the compound updates after the first of the year.
Merry Christmas and Happy New Year to you and yours!