Tuesday, November 23, 2010

Thanksgiving this Thursday!!

I know that noone has seen this picture before. I decided to use this picture, mainly because I feel that the picture says a lot and it helps to actually wish every one a Happy Thanksgiving. Everyone has been real Thankful for the many things that they have. I know everybody has been Thankful for their family, husbands, wives, getting through the day and even more Thankful to be alive. But I think that the most that we should be Thankful for is having the support of our friends and what some don't have as of right now and we should definately be Thankful for this, is that, we have money coming into our households, that helps us to have a roof over our heads, clothes on our backs and food in our stomachs. The reason why I say this, there are some who don't have that. Some out there are homeless, children who are in foster homes that don't have a family at all. So, we definately should be Thankful for what we do have. As the days will go by, I have been working on some writings of a few poems and I will post them on my blog, so everyone can read them. The Christmas season is coming up and I think that what I have been working on would be most approiate for the holidays. It will come up soon. How soon, can not say, but it will be soon.

In the meantime, this Thursday not only marks Thanksgiving day, it also marks another special day for someone in my family on my side. This Thursday is also my Mom's Birthday (Anita Marie Calkins.) I know sometimes I have a few tiffs with her, but she is a special Mom to me. I was going to go see her not only for Thanksgiving, but for her birthday just as well. But money finances had to stop us from going. I know she does not get the internet and can not access to have some read this blog for her, but I want my Mom to know that I love her very much and I am very Thankful that she is my Mom.

One more thing before I close for the week, I do hope that this message will carry on through Thanksgiving. I am very Thankful for all of my friends that I have, the one's who I have reconnected with and the one's who I stay in touch with more often than others. I try to get all of my friends and family and try to spout off messages, but if I don't, just know that I am always thinking of you and I appreciate the fact that you are my friends. I love all of you with all my heart.

To all of my friends and family; Have a wonderful, safe and Happy Thanksgiving.

Love always,

Sara Marie McMurdie

Friday, November 5, 2010

Holiday projects day 3

Here is story that is something to be Thankful for and this true. I thought I should share this story with you. On Thursday (11/4/10) around between 7:00 am-8:00 am my husband Frank was on his way home from work. He was driving just fine on Legacy Highway and part of I-15. Well, on I-15 around the Kaysville exit, Frank started having problems with the car. We have two cars and the one that he was having problems with was the 2003 Chevy Cavalier. Anyways, what was happening with the car it was starting to slow down and than finally just stopped all together. As Frank started getting a hold of family for help, he was stuck on I-15 for a while trying to get the car restarted, no go at all. Frank called me first, after I spoke with Frank, I started calling my insurance to see if a tow was covered. It was coverd, but we had to pay first and than later get reimbursed back for the tow. Well, Frank called his mom and naturally Mom McMurdie called a tow through her auto insurance and because of it, there was no cost for the tow truck. The Cavalier was taken to one of the mechanic shops to find out what the problem was. We found out that the fuel pump went out. Because of the cost of the fuel pump and labor, Frank and I do not have the money to pay for it. As you can see where this is going. Mom and Dad McMurdie is helping us out and paying for the cost of the fuel pump and labor. Naturally, not all at once we are going to be paying his parents back for this help, mostly in payments each month.

So, as a result, I am very Thankful for Mom and Dad McMurdie coming to our rescue again and helping us out when it is needed. Their are times that we don't see eye to eye, but I am very Thankful that they are around when we really need them. Mom and Dad McMurdie thank you for the help, Frank and I do appreaciate very much.

Sara M. M.

Wednesday, November 3, 2010

Holiday projects day 2

Day 2 and here is another thing that I am thankful for: In spite of problems that is going on in this world; I am very Thankful for this world/USA that we live in, because it is a free country and we can with-in reason do what we want.

Now here is a bit of history to a question that is usually or always asked around Thanksgiving. I know I had always asked this question when I was a child. So, here is the question and answer and reference.

Why do we eat turkey for Thanksgiving?

Although juicy and tender butterball turkeys are the main cuisine of today's Thanksgiving celebrations, these birds were NOT the most popular centerpieces on the first Thanksgiving tables.

In 1621 when the Plymouth colonists and Wampanoag Indians celebrated the first Thanksgiving, they were gobbling up many more foods than just turkey. Since lobster, goose, duck, seal, eel, and cod were plentiful during this time, these foods were most likely the main courses of this first feast. Deer meat and wild fowl are the only two items that historians know for sure were menu of this autumn celebration.

So how did the turkey become the main mascot of modern-day Thanksgiving if we don't know for certain that turkeys were at this first feast?

One story tells of how Queen Elizabeth of 16th century England was chowing down on roast goose during a harvest festival. When news was delivered to her that the Spanish Armada had sunk on it way to attack her beloved England, the queen was so pleased that she order a second goose to celebrate the great news. Thus, the goose became the favorite bird at harvest time in England. When the Pilgrims arrived in America from England, roasted turkey replaced roasted goose as the main cuisine because wild turkeys were more abundant and easier to find than geese.


Hope this clears things up on why we eat Turkey on Thanksgiving day.

Sara M. M.

Tuesday, November 2, 2010

Holiday projects

It's that time of the year again. To where Thanksgiving and Christmas is aproaching soon and we always get caught up in our own little worlds and forget about our friends and sometimes our family. Last year I started a project on my blog, pertaining to Thanksgiving and Christmas. For Thanksgiving it was to find things that you are Thankful for. For Christmas finding Christmas memories that you did as a child and sharing them with everyone. This year I will ask the same thing. Here are the rules to this project; except I will change it up a little bit. Each day I will do some posting myself; prior to those who would like to participate in my project. For Thanksgiving: Up until Thanksgiving day; everyday post back on Facebook or if you make a comment back on my blog, mention each day what you are Thankful for and than after that write a part of the Thanksgiving history down. The history part does not have to be long; just a sentence or two. I will start first to get this started and hopefully everyone will join in. If you cannot make a comment back on my blog, post it on my wall on Facebook. (Instructions for Christmas will be after Thanksgiving).

The first of what I am Thankful for: After 13 years of being married to my wonderful husband (Frank McMurdie); I am thankful to still be married to Frank.

"The First Thanksging at Plymouth" After their first harvest, the Colonists of Plymouth held a celebration of food and feasting in the fall of 1621. Indian Chiefs Massassoit, Squanto and Samoset joined in the celebration with ninety of their men in the three-day event. This is said to be the first North American day of Thanksgiving. On October 3, 1863, President Abraham Lincoln issued a proclamation calling for the obervance of the fourth Tuesday as a national holiday. http://wiki.answers.com.

P.S. for the history part; you can cheat by using books; google search; and internet sites. Just be sure to put a reference at the end, so the rest of us wants to go to that reference we can do so.

Love always,
Sara M. M.

Wednesday, September 29, 2010

Some things just doesn't go right!!

Hey everyone, ever had a day to where nothing is going to go the right way or some things just doesn't go right? Don't you wish that anything you are doing would go right? For me and I am not saying that I am the only one who has problems, but for me today nothing is going right. I feel like I cannot get myself started for day. I sometimes whish I had help with any of my projects or even housework today. (LoL...any takers.) There are also times that I sometimes wish I could receive answers from people who I invite to certain events and also wishing I had tickets to go to certain events. There is one event that is happening this weekend and I wish I had tickets to go to this event. The event is divided up into two days four sessions and I wish that I had tickets to one of the sessions, but that never happened. I even sometimes wish that any of my friends that are close, here in the state of Utah, would come over and see me, just to check up on me, to see how I am doing, but again that never happens. I don't want family to check up on me, I want my friends to check up on me. Maybe, I am just complaining, because I do feel like that some things are not going the right way. Well, this blog is going out to those who is having things going on and is not going right, not just for today, but everyday. Good luck everyone with anything you are doing!!

Love always,
Sara M. M.

Thursday, September 23, 2010

First Day of Autumn

Today is Thursday, September 23rd, 2010, First Day of Autumn. It does not feel like Autumn yet, but I am ready for it and also looking forward to winter. I don't have too many Autumn pictures, but being that October and November is coming up, I can put Holloween and Thanksgiving pictures on my postings of blog and notes. Looking more forward to December, because than I can do pictures of snow and Christmas. I remember someone had liked some Thomas Kinkade pictures, I look forward to putting those on just as well. Would you actually believe that it is not October and November yet and Holloween and Thanksgiving is coming out in the stores. I am even seeing a touch of Christmas coming out. I guess the stores need to get the bigger items out, that way if one needs to put items on Lay-away for Christmas they can.
Well, everyone enjoy your First day of Autumn and looking forward to writing more as the days are yet to come.
Sara M. M.

Tuesday, September 21, 2010

Slowing down a bit!!

It's hard to believe that this Thursday, August 23, 2010 is going to be the first day of Autumn. Of course today I am having a hard time typing. I have learned that why I post things on my blog it will also post on my facebook just as well under my tab that is labeled notes. Being that it is hard to believe that Autumn is going to be here, it means that soon we are going to creep up on Halloween, Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Years getting ready to enter into 2011. WoW!! Time flies by really fast. Everyone is busy with school, older adults who are going to college or a university is busy, more so, when midterms are coming up and finals that will soon arrive in December. Not to scare anyone. A friend of mine said that one of his classes, he has to depend on taking a final test for a grade. I wish him good luck. I know that parents are going to be extremely busy with their children and school. Good luck parents and hopefully you won't be too stressed out. As a matter of fact I hope nobody gets too stressed out and over whelmed. I know a few friends that are close by and if they get stressed out they are more than welcome to come over to my place and escape for the weekend. I have a pull out bed couch that they can sleep on, plus a floor if needed. And if they are not allergic to cats, they will need to put up with my cat Lucky.

Now, that I wished everyone good luck with the rest of this year, it is my turn to talk about me for a while. I have been very emotionally and physically tired. I don't want it to be this way. I do my best to go to church to spiritually get myself motivated for the week and I try to take it easy when I am hurting. If I sound like a whimp, well than maybe I am, but you try going through surgery (happen in 2008) having your gall bladder removed and 20% of your pancreaus removed. Also, try having pancreatitus and type 2 diabetes. I do my best to take my medications and go see my doctor, but when money is tight it is a little harder on me. Don't get me wrong, I am not saying that I am the only one who has problems, I am sure there are others who have problems with certain other types of diseases, including cancer. But with me, I feel very tired. I have been trying to find someone who can come and help me out once or twice a week and it needs to be someone that I can afford. I can't afford to hire a nurse or a housekeeper, it will cost a little bit too much. The way I can afford is to reimburse for gas and feed the person meals. My husband does his best to help out, but with him working overtime and graveyards he only has so much time in the mornings and than he needs his sleep. But, I do appreciate his help so much when he can provide it.

Another reason for this entry is that I have a lot of projects I need to catch up on. One of them I am doing right now. I would like to write in my blog about every other day and try to post something very exciting and interesting so everyone can try and laugh or make a comment back. I also have other projects that needs to get done before Christmas, some take a little bit longer than what I had planned on and it would be nice to get them done. Than there is my housecleaning, because I don't have the extra help I would need to take time to keep up with my housecleaning. I am not deleting any of my accounts from facebook and from my blog. I am going to slow down and take it easy on facebook. I will be on facebook in the morning from the time I wake up and turn my computer on for at least about one hour to an 1 1/2 hours at the most. Long enough to check any messages and in Alpha order to send out private messages to all of my friends. Than during the day, I will be off of it to work on my projects and housecleaning and than later in the evening I will be back on facebook to send out private messages to my friends. I will try to do one or two friends maybe three a day, to let them know that I have not forgotton about them. Again, I am not deleting my facebook account, just taking it down, limiting myself because of projects that need to get done. As far as my Facebook games, I will still play those, but mostly one in the morning and more in the evening.

I love everyone who are my friends and love to keep in touch with all the time. Six friends in particular, plus my family. Well, I know this blog is a bit long, but had to get out what I needed to say. I might have missed something, but if I did miss something it was probably not important. Thanks for reading this.

Love your friend,

Sara M. M.

Sunday, September 5, 2010


Anyone who still goes and reads my blog, there will be some more writtings and updates soon. Have not forgotten, just been a little bit busy.

Sara Marie McMurdie

Tuesday, May 4, 2010

"When we don't see each other."

To explain what this poem is about, the poem is mostly about missing certain people that you love. If read carefully, one can take this poem in many different ways. For me after starting to connect with some of my friends from high school, I realized that it had been years since I have heard from them. Another reason for this poem, is if you lose someone that you love, due to death you start to miss them and wish they were around to talk to. I also wrote this poem, for that it deals with couples who are married or those who are not married, that if you are away from them for more than a day or two you start to miss them. The poem is a conversation between two people as a couple, going back and forth. The poem is also based off of a song that I heard by a certain Rock Pop group. (Will not name the group or song.) It is also based off of, ever so often, if you get ignored by a certain someone; you start to feel alone, sad, hurt and sometimes on the depressed side. So, I do hope that this poem helps everyone of my friends and family. Here is the poem.

"When we don't see each other."
By Sara Marie McMurdie
I know that when we don't see each other we both hurt and feel very much alone.
When I don't see you, I am always feeling sad and I cry for you.
When you don't see me, are you feeling sad and do you cry for me?
When I don't see you, it feel like forever for me.
When you don't see me, does it feel like forever for you?
When I don't see you, I always miss you very much.
When you don't see me, do you always miss me very much?
When I don't see you, I wish you would call me and talk to me.
When you don't see me, do you wish I would call you and talk to you?
When I don't see you, I wish I could write you a letter and send it to you.
When you don't see me, do you wish you could write me a letter and send it to me?
When I don't see you, I wish you were in front of me.
When you don't see me, do you wish I was in front of you?
When I don't see you, secretly, in my mind, I am watching you.
When you don't see me, secretly, in my mind, are you watching me?
When I don't see you, I am afraid that something bad had happend to you.
When you don't see me, are you afraid that something bad has happened to me?
When I don't see you, I pretend that I am with you.
When you don't see me, are you pretending to be with me?
When I don't see you, I wonder where you are and what you are doing.
When you don't see me, do you wonder where I am and what I am doing?
When I don't see you, I am always thinking of you.
When I don't see me, are you always thinking of me?
When we don't see each other, I miss you as a friend, as you miss me as a friend.
When we don't see each other, we cannot wait until the next time we meet again.
But most of all, when we don't see each other, know that I will still always love you, as I know that you will still always love me.
Love always,
Sara Marie McMurdie

Sunday, March 28, 2010

Here is another that is funny and shared with me.

If 4 out of 5 people SUFFER from diarrhea....does that mean that one out of five enjoys it?

Why do croutons come in airtight packages? Aren't they just stale bread to begin with?

If people from Poland are called Poles, then why aren't people from Holland called Holes?

If it's true that we are here to help others, then what exactly are the others here for?

If Fed Ex and UPS were to merge, would they call it Fed UP? ?

What hair color do they put on the driver's licenses of bald men?

I thought about how mothers feed their babies with tiny little spoons and forks, so I wondered what do Chinese mothers use. Toothpicks?

Why do they put pictures of criminals up in the Post Office? What are we supposed to do, write to them? Why don't they just put their pictures on the postage stamps so the mailmen can look for them while they deliver the mail?

Is it true that you never really learn to swear until you learn to drive?

As income tax time approaches, did you ever notice: When you put the two words 'The' and 'IRS' together, it spells 'THEIRS'?

YOU, make it a great day!Lord, please keep Your arm around my shoulders and Your hand over my mouth. Amen
Sara McMurdie

Something that a friend shared with me.


If you don't laugh out loud after you read this you are in a coma! This is even funnier when you realize it's real! Next time you have a bad day at work think of this guy..

Rob is a commercial saturation diver for Global Divers in Louisiana . He performs underwater repairs on offshore drilling rigs. Below is an E-mail he sent to his sister. She then sent it to radio station 103.2 FM in Ft. Wayne , Indiana , who was sponsoring a worst job experience contest. Needless to say, she won.

Hi Sue,Just another note from your bottom-dwelling brother.

Last week I had a bad day at the office. I know you've been feeling down lately at work, so I thought I would share my dilemma with you to make you realize it's not so bad after all Before I can tell you what happened to me, I first must bore you with a few technicalities of my job.

As you know, my office lies at the bottom of the sea. I wear a suit to the office. It's a wet suit. This time of year the water is quite cool.So what we do to keep warm is this: We have a diesel powered industrial water heater. This $20,000 piece of equipment sucks the water out of the sea. It heats it to a delightful temperature..It then pumps it down to the diver through agarden hose, which is taped to the air hose.
Now this sounds like a darn good plan, and I've used it several times with no complaints.What I do, when I get to the bottom and start working, is take the hose and stuff it down the back of my wet suit. This floods my whole suit with warm water.. It's like working in a Jacuzzi.

Everything was going well until all of a sudden, my butt started to itch.. So, of course, I scratched it. This only made things worse. With in a few seconds my butt started to burn. I pulled the hose out from my back, but the damage was done. In agony I realized what had happened.

The hot water machine had sucked up a jellyfish and pumped it into my suit. Now, since I don't have any hair on my back, the jellyfish couldn't stick to it.. However, the crack of my butt was not as fortunate.

When I scratched what I thought was an itch, I was actually grinding the jellyfish into the crack of my butt.

I informed the dive supervisor of my dilemma over the communicator. His instructions were unclear due to the fact that he, along with five other divers, were all laughing hysterically.Needless to say I aborted the dive. I was instructed to make three agonizing in-water decompression stops totaling thirty-five minutes before I could reach the surface to begin my chamber dry decompression.

When I arrived at the surface, I was wearing nothing but my brass helmet. As I climbed out of the water, the medic, with tears of laughter running down his face, handed me a tube of cream and told me to rub it on my butt as soon as I got in the chamber.
The cream put the fire out, but I couldn't poop for two days because my butt was swollen shut.So, next time you're having a bad day at work, think about how much worse it would be if you had a jellyfish shoved up your butt.

Now repeat to yourself, 'I love my job, I love my job, I love my job.'Now whenever you have a bad day, ask yourself, is this a jellyfish bad day?May you NEVER have a jellyfish bad day!!!!!Pass this on to all your friends, just in case they're having a bad day!!!


Sara McMurdie

Thursday, March 25, 2010

It has been a while

Well, it has been a while since I have posted a blog. For starters, I haven't had the inspiration to do much on my blog, mainly noone has care to answer back on it or have not made a comment on the blog. Another reason, I have not been feeling to good to do much of anything. I started off with a bad ear infection, than I had the stomach flu, than a cold started developing and than I started getting the regular flu. March is not a very good month for me. Well, I am back on to writing in my blog and this time I thought maybe I would ask my facebook friends to read now and my past postings of my blog. I will try to let everyone know in advance on my facebook page when I posted a blog. That way whether or not you make comments back, it at least gives everyone a chance to read my blog.

Another reason, is that it is almost here. For those who know me, I also celebrate the Jewish holidays as well as the Christian holidays. Passover is coming up on March 30th, 2010, but technically it will start at sundown March 29th, 2010 and end at sundown April 5th, 2010. Also, Easter is approaching us, which is on April 4th, 2010. So, I will try to do some writings about Easter and Passover as much as possible. I don't know if it will be everyday for a while, but I will do my best.

So, as I mention before I will let all of my friends know when I did some postings to my blog.

Sara M. M.

Saturday, February 20, 2010

Any Ideas would be nice

No picture this time. At random, I try to work on my blog according to themes around the holidays. I know that St. Patricks Day is coming up and so is Easter. But, there are times that in between is some gaps. I try to put my own ideas into the blog, and I a looking all over the place, trying to figure out what file folder I put some of my short stories and poems in. As soon as I find my short stories and poems, I will share a fair few with everyone. In the meantime, If anybody has any ideas that they would like to contribute and throw my way, on what I could write about, please give me some ideas. I am trying to be careful as far as what I could use. Religion can be one idea, but I want to be careful, mainly because some of my family and friends have different religions. I don't want any bad language or any off the wall pictures, etc., to post, but if anybody has any picture ideas than let me know. Around Christmas time, I posted Christmas pictures, everyone seemed to have liked that, at least for those who made comments back to the blog. But, as I said before any ideas on what I could use would be nice. So, throw some ideas my way and I will try to use them.

Sara McMurdie

Tuesday, February 9, 2010

Just a few more days away

Well, I have been looking at the calendar and this Sunday is Valentine's Day. Just 5 more days away. Husbands and boyfriends, I hope you are planning to get your sweethearts something for Valentine's day. Also, don't forget to include your friends and family. All of us need to feel wanted on Valentine's day. My husband already got me something for Valentine's; although a little early, but he did get me a vase filled with some goodies; such as silk flowers, a stuffed animal, two balloons, a bouquet of rose candy, and a picture frame attached to it. But, I do know that he is planning something else for me on Valentine's day. Anyways, on the bright side I am having a good day, a friend of mine took me out for lunch, in which we made a promise to each other that if we had enough money we would treat each other to a girls day out each month. So, far it has been fairly good to treat each other. I have been very blessed with having my friends around me. All of last week, I was depressed and have been feeling very down, but I talked to one of my friends on Friday, and it was pointed out to me, that I should be grateful of what I have and that I should always count my blessings that I have. I had guessed that sometimes when I do get depressed, I sometimes get in a "rutt" and it is hard to get out of it; until I talk to a friend about it and then things start to look a little bit better.

Anyways, again to husbands and boyfriends, a reminder don't forget to give your sweetheart a Valentine's day gift, and try to include your friends and family.

Have a wonderful day.


Sara McMurdie

Tuesday, February 2, 2010

Wishing for someone to answer back

Well, February is the month for love; only because this month is Valentines for the month. So, I thought that I post some Valentine pictures for those who don't have someone to love on valentines day. I have been doing some postings and noone has been making any comments back or answering them back. So, I have been wishing and hoping that someone will comment or answer back on my postings to my blog. I have been feeling very depressed, mainly because I feel like that I don't have a friend who wants to care. Maybe, I am just feeling depressed because I miss my home state, which is New Mexico and I feel like I really want to get back home to New Mexico. July is when mine and my husbands lease is up, and I feel like that I cannot wait until July to get out of here. Sure, I will miss what friends I have made here in Utah, but at least I will get back home to New Mexico and never to leave again, except to visit Frank's parents in the State of Utah. (or family).

Well, I better go. By the way today is Ground Hog day, so Happy Ground Hog.


Sara McMurdie

Monday, February 1, 2010

No one listens and not a friend to talk to

Hello everyone,

Ever felt like that noone listens to you? I feel like that sometimes. Take for example; I have mention several times to my mother-in-law that this year I would really like to move back home to Albuquerque, New Mexico. Now, I have this feeling that my mother-in-law is trying to prevent me and my husband from moving. I hear the excuses like; there may not be a enough money, you have up rooted here in the State of Utah and now you want to rerooted in the State of New Mexico. I was already uprooted in the State of New Mexico, I was forced to leave in the year of 2004. Another example; is I have told my mother-in-law that we could not take care of Grandma Radford's dog Stubby, mainly because if we do, and we get caught by watching him when they take Grandma Radford on a trip, we will get in trouble and charged $300.00 for a deposit, even for a short time like on the weekend. I don't know why my mother-in-law likes to pawn or push things onto me and my husband. Sometimes I always mention that we cannot always be available for certain things, that also includes babysitting a dog. Anyways, I wish I had a friend to talk to sometimes. The reason why I need a friend to talk to, because sometimes I also feel like that my husband doesn't listen to me too. I would be asking him to help out around the house, or to do dishes for me, and he does not listen to me, or respond, when I ask for help. I try real hard to talk to him about these things that I need help with, but we just get into a fight about it and than I get into my head that I would like to just up and leave him. But, I do stick it out and I stay with it and try and hope he will someday listen to me.

If there is a friend out there that understands where I am coming from please comment back and provide some solutions to my problem and help me to get my mother-in-law and my husband to listen to me.


Sara McMurdie

Thursday, January 28, 2010

A feeling that cannot go away

Hello Friends,

I thought that I would throw this one out, just to see if somebody else ever felt the same way that I do. So, here goes nothing. Have you ever had a feeling for something or someone that just won't or cannot go away at all. Well, I have been having that feeling.

The question is whenever you do get that feeling for something or someone; don't you wish you could do something about it?

Don't you ever wish you could act on that feeling, but you can't for you know it is wrong to act on the feeling?

I have a feeling that won't or cannot go away, and I wish that I can act on that feeling, but unfortanately I cannot act on the feeling that I have. Without revealing names or revealing to much information, I have some feelings for someone or something that I cannot make go away. I wish I can act on those feelings for that someone or something, but I am unable to do so. I guess mainly the reason why I cannot act on any of my feelings because I am never alone with that someone or something.

I am not sure if this entry made any sense or not. If it made sense and anyone understands how I feel, than maybe you can answer the above questions, and try to help me on what I can do with my feelings that I have for someone or something.

To let all of you know, I do have feelings for a certain someone, I am kindof in love with this someone. Don't get me wrong, I still love my husband very much so, but there is someone else who I fell in love with. There are times I wish I can act on those feelings for this someone that I am in love with, but I am never alone with him.

Is it wrong for me to have feelings for someone else? Is it wrong for me wishing to act on my feelings for someone else?
The only way I can act on my feelings for someone else is when I dream about this someone that I have feelings for.

So, I guess I should act on my feelings for this someone (person) in my dreams, and not in real life. Although, I wish I can act on my feelings for this someone (person) in real life.

Better go for now, before I reveal this person to everyone out there.


Sara McMurdie

Wednesday, January 20, 2010

Catching up on my blog

Hello Friends and Family,

I am catching up on my blog. I should done this at the beginning of the year, but I ended up getting just a little bit too busy. I made a few New Years resolution, and one of the them isary staying in touch with my friends for a while, up until Frank and I decide to leave the state of Utah, or if any of my friends decide to leave the state of Utah.

I am trying to get a little closer to our good Lord up above, mainly because my New Year did not start out right on my side of the family. Let's put it this way, I am not on speaking terms with my mother and my younger sister Leona. So, if I stay in touch with the Lord and pray, I hope I can come to terms with my mother and Leona. Preferably good terms.

I hope everyone is or have made their New Years resolution list and is staying with it. I know that I made my New Years resolution and I am trying or at least staying with it as much as possible.

Well, even though January is almost over I hope that everyone is enjoying the month. I know I am.

Better sign off.


Sara McMurdie