Friday, May 14, 2010

Friday Confessional



It's that time to dig deep inside your soul and confess to the world or your followers the things that need to be said. Here I go:



  • I sincerely pray that the trees in my neighbors property across the street will come down .....safely. Wind, chainsaw, pocket knife...however. I need a miracle here.

  • When I say sincerely I mean I am on my knees talking to Heavenly Father about it.

  • Anyone out there with a chainsaw and ski mask I will send you directions.

  • I really would like the view of the lake. (view adds $40,000 worth of equity on our home)

  • The lake in actuality is more like a big pond.

  • The lake to which we have no access to because we don't pay our community dues.

  • To get an access card, we would have to pay our balance which is 187.00 as of this month.

  • It's hard to pay for something that you never use.

  • Like the boat docks.....we have no boat

  • And the crappy playground....we have our own crappy playground

  • The swimming docks.....too many little kids to swim and we live in Northwest..too cold to swim except for the one hot week in July.

  • The one thing we would use is the basketball hoop...but right now Wednesday nights after scouts and mutual is sufficient for the kid to get a few shots in.

  • I think we will START to pay the bill this summer

  • Not all at once of course..who has 187$ lying around...not me.

  • Guess I should of just paid the 17$ a month when it was a small payment hehe.


Now it's your turn. Link up with Glam and confess.

7 comments:

Kimi@SoManyKids said...

I don't blame you. Why pay the $17 if you aren't going to use it!!!

*LLUVIA* said...

I'm with ya! I won't pay for anything I don't use!

...well, except my gym membership...

Oka said...

so was it your neighbors idea to remove the trees?

Terry said...

Don't pay until you can use it! or at least see it!!

mintifresh said...

Yeah, i'd have a hard tie paying that, too!

Jaymi said...

oh...remeber when there were cute little ducks in your street, and I was there to see them and you could see me @ your house on your chair watching The OFfice and teassing our mom! those were the good ole days (a little over a year ago....ltmn!)

Tristi Pinkston said...

:)