1.09.2009

January 8th - Aggghhhh!


Credits:

"True Blue" by A Work in Progress

"Project 365 embellishments" by Sugarplum Papiere

7 comments:

Snowsmoon said...

This is a great idea...starting a blog to share you 365 project...your layouts are awesome and I am going to add you to my follow list so that I can watch your album grown. I found your link on a comment on my BF blog...Bon Scrapatit Design. AWESOME job, Sarah.

Ellay said...

Sarah, I'm so impressed with your journaling! I need to do more of that in my scrapping. You are an inspiration...thanks!
And thanks for the nice comments on my blog! Hope your day is peaceful. :)

Brenda Smith Designs said...

I completely understand how you feel. Kale has asthma and when he has an attack, he has to go on albuterol and steriods. One makes him hyper and the other angry. He is too young for adhd diagnosis (4) but I am going to have him tested as soon as my doctor agrees. The end of the day is sometimes the only solace. Some days all you can do is keep counting till ten and breathing deep. I love the bathroom on really bad days. I go in there and lock the door for a few minutes. :) Speed Scraps are great therapy too. lol

I love your honest photo. Thank you for sharing.

Rachel said...

Your journaling is fabulous and blogging these feelings will help you too!!! I am a Kindergarten teacher so I understand the behaviors you are describing... take a deep breath and know that you are a GREAT MOM! We all get frustrated at times, and we ALL need our quiet time, even on the best of days.

((hugs))

Sharon Dale said...

Sarah, your page is so touching yet hits home to those that don't experience this type of behaviour. Being single, my boys get me to this point each and every day (well, most days anyway), just with their erratic behaviour and attention-seeking. It's amazing how you physically and mentally can't take it anymore although you love them to bits. I turn to my scrapbooking for solace and it's been very therapeutic for me to get things off my chest even if I am documenting the bad things that go on in our life - it's all part of who we are. :)

Anne of Alamo said...

just wanted to tell you, I have on numereous occasions called my bestfriend while crying in my closet hiding from my kids..
I wanted to throttle, kill, maim and destroy each of them....
to hear another mom say yeah, I felt like that lots of times, is sometimes enough to get that laughter back...and go out and smile all over again!

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