February 24, 2009

Time for a Tribute

Tuesday's Tribute
A Jay and Deb Production.


There are many things I love. Many things that complete my life and make me thankful every single day.

My children.
My hubby.
My health.
My family.


And, my happy pills.

Without them I am miserable. Without them everyone around me is miserable. I live in a home with three males and a male dog who enjoys running away. I live in a home with a 10 month old baby girl who sleeps when she wants to sleep and wakes at about 1am for a solo party more times than I wish to count.

My happy pills, well, they make me happy. Not happy as in silly but happy as in being able to handle the chaos that is my life.

They complete me. How is that for tacky?
So I dedicate this post to the little white prescription pills that I take every morning. I appreciate all that they do for me and my family.
I also want to thank the TV show Intervention because watching it makes me appreciate my doctor prescribed medication even more. When I see what other people do who are not happy with their lives, I am thankful that I got the help when I needed it.
Now all I need is some quality "me time" more often and I will be as cheerful as a Disney character in costume.

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7 comments:

kristi said...

I am glad you found something that helps. :)

~*Jobthingy*~ said...

go happy pills!

BTW i love the new layout.. i forgot to say that before.

did you do that all on your own? i am proud of you

Heatherlyn said...

I'm glad that you have found balance in your life!

Carrin said...

Every little bit helps, doesn't it?

It breaks my heart to watch that intervention show but I can't help but tune in.

Sheri and George said...

with all that testosterone in your house you need something. Good for the happy pills.

Jenn@mylifewiththecrazies said...

Stopping over Tuesdays Tribute.. great post! Love my happy pills too! I am mom of 3 also and I need something to make me sane! LOL

Carebear said...

Amen for the little white pill that keeps us out of the little white jacket! They were a lifechanger, maybe a lifesaver even, after my first was born. Glad they're working for you too!