Trash Is Trash

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    1. Yes that poor bunny indeed. And I’m glad you smiled (could probably relate) with my conversation with hubby. At times he drives me nuts with all his rules, yet, I understand WHY he acts like this. It’s so nice to see him letting go a little. That makes ME smile!! 😘😘😘

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      1. Hubby too is getting worse with age but he has me to repeatedly not only show him by example how to be more flexible (which drives him nuts!), but to actually point out to him when he goes OCD on me. I have so much empathy for your Mom. I unlike your Mom dare to challenge hubby when my Heart tells me to. LOL

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  1. Oh no…..Poor ‘Bizzy” bunny…Talk about looking cold! I know he has fur and all that but he still looks cold and I wouldn’t wish being outside now on anyone, rabbits included as well as birds! A bit of warmth returns soon, at least for a few days. The break will be welcome. AR, I know the smell you are referring in your gloves, I get that with my dishwashing gloves and I know it’s time for new ones…Bye, bye gloves….Stay warm my friend…..Love your way…VK ❤

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    1. Yeah I know, VK. That poor bunny. Later he shook off the snow just like that. I put a lot of birdseed in my feeders and the birds ate all of it. The fury of getting something to eat displayed by some of the birds, the aggression, stunned me. But, if eating those seeds depended on living or dying, I’d be aggressive too. Laughing out loud about your gloves ….. Oh yes, definitely time for new gloves. Yuck! Teehee …. I’m staying warm. Schools again have been closed and it is still snowing here. It’s really not that bad however. Not like they had forecasted. It’s winter! What do you expect? LOL Much Love to you!! 💝

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    1. If we are honest with ourselves, I think all of us can identify with OCD in ourselves. If it becomes a problem then you know you have the power to change it. If you are OK with it as is, no worries. This is exactly who you are right in this glorious moment. Much Love to you! 💞

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    1. LOL That is ONE reason why I put back my gloves where I found them so that when it comes time for me to use them again, I know exactly where they are. You could say I’m showing my OCD tendencies or I could venture to say I’m organized. Teehee… 😉

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  2. Hey Amy! I have definitely relaxed in the OCD department as I have aged and I am happy for that! I guess I don’t need it as much anymore. I feel for hubby – and you as well – it’s a tough one to live with! You have so much activity going on at your bird feeders! Great entertainment. Some great in-flight shots too, and the precious bunny – what a big love! Stay warm!! Much love, Donna

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    1. It warms my Heart, Donna, that Hubby is learning to let go a little and TRUST. What a hard way to live life and believe me, it is the complete opposite of how I live my life. With consistent encouragement from me, Hubby WILL let go his OCD patterns so he too, like me, can know how to really relax. First I had to learn as when with awareness I realized how tense I was inside even when I was so-called relaxing. However, now I’ve begun travel in understanding the true concept of relaxation, both while relaxing and while living life.

      Thank you about the bird shots. In looking closer, I realized I’m actually being allowed to capture emotions. I’ve looked at many bird pictures, yet mine somehow seem to differ. No bragging …. just pinch me! Mother is really allowing me to SEE what most others do not. Imagine! I’m actually witnessing how these birds interrelate! And yes the action at our bird feeder was something else! Today it is much quieter and so, my Heart smiles knowing I helped these birds (and bunny) to survive the blizzard. Today the sun is shining! Much Love to you, dear friend! 💞

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      1. I would have reacted exactly like you about the smell and everything… it’s just that itch for “perfection” that scratches… and needs change… thank you for sharing this experience with us… 🤗🤗🤗🤗

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  3. A bunny-sickle! Poor little thing. That’s what Puppy Cody looked like when I made her go out to do her business yesterday. We were both glad to get back inside. As for OCD, I think my husband has a mild case of it. He has all kinds of rules and instructions, many of which don’t make a whole lot of sense to the rest of us. We put up with everything because we all love him. At least, thus far, he hasn’t decided that trash needs to be segregated into smelly vs non-smelly. That would drive me bonkers.

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    1. What a beautiful day we are having today, CM! I’m really glad the storm is over …. it wasn’t as bad as I thought it would be. Hubby …. OCD and rules are one way for him to structure his life so that his “inner boy” feels safe. He went through more hells in Nam then either you or I could even imagine. It brings me great JOY to know that he is beginning to let go a bit. I also don’t play “games” with him, but tell him gently what is. I’d like to think as I have been learning to relax and letting go, Hubby will follow in my footsteps. Hope you are having a truly wonderful day!! Sunday temps supposedly will go up to the 50’s so today Hubby and I are working on putting a new sump pump in. 😁

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    1. Thank you, Amy!! What a show I had to watch! I was amazed by the ferocity displayed by some of these birds all just to eat. They knew a storm was about to break so it was a survival issue. It makes me feel so good that I helped them survive the storm. Much Love to you! 💝

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    1. Thank you, Diana. I’m on this “change” theme, or so I am gathering, as I am seeing SO much in my own life where change would improve my life. I “asked” to “see” and now? Careful what you ask for yet …. what I am seeing I am sharing and in the sharing others who are “aware” can apply what I am learning in turn to their own life. Thank you on my photography. This is where my Heart beats …. in my camera. (smile) Much Love to you! XOXO

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  4. I am always retrieving things which should go into the recycle bin Amy… so understand, Beautiful photos of your close ups and did you crochet that doily?
    lovely to be catching you up again Amy.. 🙂 and wishing you an excellent weekend ❤

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    1. Yes I crocheted that doily, Sue. Thank you, dear friend, for all the comments you left on some of my pictures. That means so much to me. Forgive me if I am not up to a long conversation. We just this week lost another one of our babies in a way that was very unexpected and with a great deal of agony involved. Much Love to you! 💝

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      1. I’ve put my crocheting aside for a while, Sue. But I thank you for the compliment. My Mom taught me and believe me, her stitching was even better then mine. She was amazing! Much Love to you! 💝

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