Misjudged

January 12, 2009 friends 11

Has anyone ever misjudged you?

I have to say that people are diverse. On the outside we have the basic features, 2 eyes, a nose, 2 ears, hair, but the combination is different and unique to each person.
The diversity multiplies when we get to the subject of what is inside each person.

I’ve been judged today, and it really set me back, mostly because it surprised me. I admit wholeheartedly to being imperfect….in practically every way, gosh I am the opposite of Mary Poppins!

I can’t give more time to this topic right now, as I need to return to my questioned role of being an inadequate mom and homemaker. What wonderful meal can I whip up in 45 minutes so Cait can eat before her soccer game?

Oh, and wanted to mention to keep those good thoughts for Valerie and her husband Darren, they are scheduling surgery for Friday, he’s not out of the woods yet, but is doing much better. I know she won’t be breathing easier until someone tells her this is not cancer. It’s very scary, and they are in my prayers.

11 Responses to “Misjudged”

  1. Anita

    It’s a long story, and I’m really feeling better, I stepped up and told the person it’s best we don’t try to continue our friendship. It’s mostly about me, and what I need.
    Thanks

  2. Lisa

    It’s no fun to be on the receiving end of something like that. I’m glad you’re feeling better about it.

  3. Elizabeth

    So glad you stuck up for yourself!!!

    Some people plug their cars in. One of ours has the block heater in it but we don’t use it. We haven’t had to yet *knock on wood*. As far as heating our homes, we put plastic over the drafty windows, put rolled up blankets in front of the doors, and keep our heater cranked high LOL. Except during the day. If we keep the shades up on the big windows, the sunlight keeps us warm. Oh, and we all wear hoodies and sweats or pajamas. Because we’re babies πŸ™‚

  4. Elizabeth

    So glad you stuck up for yourself!!!

    Some people plug their cars in. One of ours has the block heater in it but we don’t use it. We haven’t had to yet *knock on wood*. As far as heating our homes, we put plastic over the drafty windows, put rolled up blankets in front of the doors, and keep our heater cranked high LOL. Except during the day. If we keep the shades up on the big windows, the sunlight keeps us warm. Oh, and we all wear hoodies and sweats or pajamas. Because we’re babies πŸ™‚

  5. Elizabeth

    Oh and I think it’d be really fun to do the challenge without saying anything to your DH about it…. But telling him isn’t bad either! Mine knows because he reads my blog LOL! That’s how everyone knows I practice what I preach. My hubby would certainly call me out on it if I didn’t πŸ˜‰

  6. Sheri Hubbs

    It’s so hard when people judge one another and really sets me back too, especially when it’s your own family! Inlaws for me!!! But, I have tried to turn a negative into a positive for the most part, but is what the outside world doesn’t see are the tears behind closed doors. Keep your head up and just remember that you are who you are and beautiful in every way. People who judge are the ones leading miserable lives themselves and only judge to make up for the losses they have in thier heart. Keep up the good work. πŸ˜‰
    Your new found friend,

    Sheri~

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