Have you ever had a week. . . or two. . . that you just wanted to yadda yadda yadda over?  Those weeks that the hours and days just seem to run into each other because the stress of that time seemed to be more then you can handle.  

You know those days, we all have them. 

Those times when life seems to be going well and then suddenly, “yadda yadda yadda” your heart skips a beat, you hold your breath for days, time stops and the hours run into each other until someone says, “With a few changes and yadda yadda yadda things will be okay.”

That was my week last week. 

 I felt so over whelmed and tired I wanted to yadda yadda yadda” over it all. . . just to get through. 

So here’s what happened; the doctor said Mark must have had a little virus maybe a month or so ago.  Then silently that little virus turned into something we never knew could happen. We didn’t even notice any of it at first. Suddenly Mark ended up in the hospital for what seemed like weeks. . . but, it was only a couple of days. 

And yadda, yadda, yadda he will be fine and most importantly, the beat goes on.  

~Thank God~

8 thoughts on “Yadda Yadda Yadda

  1. Oh Lisa, my heart stopped when you said your husband was ill…I'm so sorry, I can only imagine how scared you must have been & how difficult these days must have been for you. Thank God he is on the mend… You & your family will be in my thoughts & prayers that he will be well again very soon. xo Joanna


  2. We have those weeks too! So glad Mark is okay, it is so scary when the ones you love are sick…Hope all is well and this week slows down and brings you a little peace:)TiffanyPS: to get the background blurry you use a low aperture setting…the cone flower f/3.5


  3. Yadda yadda…you have to be didding. The trama was unbearable, he is such a great guy and I just hated to see him down for even a little while but he looks good and will be fine, just a little warning to tell us all that we must appreciate every day.


  4. Yes Thank GOD!Yada! Yada! Yada! around here seems small in comparison–It is the heat wave that continues w/o ceasing.Although I no longer live in Texas and haven't fo 31 years, I should be acclimated to heat waves, but I wasn't nearing 75 and in much better health formerly.


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