Thursday, March 30, 2006

FARMINGTON KUOPPALAS-SAYING SORRY

I did not mean to take such a postive thing and turn it in to something negative. Jenny called me 2 minutes after I got home and as I told her, if she didn't post pictures of her kids on here I would never get to see them grow up. As I commented back to Elizabeth, I was having a "moment" and if I would have listened to my right brain (haha) I would of never posted what I did. I rarely say anything negative and have always tried to be the upbeat, happy-go-lucky person that I am and I am usually the one rallying the troops when the chips are down. So...let's start over can we??? This Blog is a great communication tool and whoever has the time or want or urge to participate, should, without negative comments on what everyone else is doing or not doing or commenting on or not commenting on. I vow to do the same and I am truly sorry for blasting like I did.
In Elizabeth's comments back to me she asked if a felt the collective hug??? Yes, I did! I also feel (and have seemed to have forgotten) that things should not always have to be said but should just be known on how we all feel about each other whether it is spoken or not.
(Can I blame my prior posting on menopause......hahahahah)
Sorry if I hurt anyone by my comments, was not my intent.

4 comments:

Kuoppala's & in-laws said...

Menopause is a fine excuse!

Thanks, Jody. And again, i'm sorry i/we hurt you.

love, e.

Kuoppala's & in-laws said...

You are a sweetie! I had to stop and realize that I had not commented on your post either. I hop on often and read ... who knows what I do?? (can I use menopausal as well?) Good luck on surgery tomorrow. Too bad I can't be the nurse when he comes to the floor. I'm working tomorrow ... will be thinking of you. Sometimes comments here tug at heart strings and sometimes this isn't the forum to address those tuggers. There are things I'd have a private conversation about with you (re: your post), but don't necessarily want my offspring reading. Catch my drift anywhere in there? Another arm of the collective hug coming your way.
-anita

Kuoppala's & in-laws said...

Anita:
I would love to have that private conversation with you anytime!! I know what you mean about the "heart strings". The one part of my anatomy that I can not control (well I guess I have more than 1 part that I can't control cause my butt won't stop growing)

Kuoppala's & in-laws said...

Why did I just finish munching my Oreo cookie before I read your comment? Will chat one day. Blame the butt thing on menopause ... I'm all for it ... not the butt thing or the menopause ... but excuses are good!
-anita