Friday, June 26, 2009

I Got A Hitch In My Gitalong!

It's finally happened. I am just too tired to talk. My family has been making book on when the well would run dry and it has. I have no inspiration, I am feeling a little overwhelmed with what all is coming up in July(including a shower for Jenn and two, count 'em, two surprises for y'all!) and to add insult to injury kiddies, I got nothing to say.

I'm going to the Red Shed Sale tomorrow and I think that will be it for the weekend. If you don't hear from me the next few days, you'll know why.

Trash has left the building!

24 comments:

common ground said...

Hey Debbie, if you have the $350 for the bike and you don't mind a house guest, I'll RIDE it to Texas! (well, I might need to wait 'till it's just a little cooler)
Debra
p.s. I can't believe you have nothin' to say!?

Moonlight Hollow Musings said...

We exhausted, worn-out, hot rats are jumping ship faster than South Carolina politicians! Looks like we all need a break for a week. Just stay in the country!

Enjoy your mini-vacation!

Malisa

Primitiques 'n Poetry said...

I hear ya! I have dry days. And busy days. And freak out days. Well, you know about that! Listen here. You take a whole lotta pictures at Red Shed. I am fairly sick that I am going to miss it. Have fun! ~Mindy

Tootsie said...

I get those days too!!! I use them to run around and comment to those who have a lot to say!
take a break...get some things done...and you will have tonnes out of nowhere!!
have a good weekend!

The Green Pea said...

Debbie, you and CD get some rest. You have earned it, you will come back fresh. We will miss you and will look forward to your return. Hugs to you,CD,Jenn,Bella all of you rest.... Sandi

maryboys said...

it is all good - really:) you just relax and embrace your wordlessness. it's like the saying/quote: "please give me a friend with whom i can be silent." it is okay and we will be here when you feel loquacious again:)

Garden Antqs Vintage said...

Don't worry Deb, just let CD do all the talking and waving for that matter!! Save up all your strength for Warrenton and then talk away...

David said...

Sounds like you need a nap! Enjoy the Red Shed Sale.

bella shabby said...

hi Debbie , Well , you have been one busy lady for months and months now. You must be just plum tuckered out with the new space and all. Take lots of photos at Red Shed and just let the pictures do the talking. And more photos of W & T's if you can - I love seeing all your spaces there.
Hurry back! Sue

Margo said...

I'll have to miss the red shed sale this time, I'm get-along is a little 'hitched' too. I'm sure they'll be great stuff. And I'm sure you'll find words soon.
Margo

donna baker said...

I am sure all you need is a day or two and then you'll be going strong again. July is always a busy time for some reason. Guess it's just a prelude to August!!!

Jodie LeJeune said...

I was wondering when your winder was going to run out...you've been wound up for some time now!!! Don't worry about us...we'll be fine but it won't be the same without you. Just know that I'll miss you to death...and you don't want me to die do ya? So get some rest and come back soon...
Take care of you,
everything vintage

Jodie LeJeune said...

Is winder a word? Maybe what I meant to say is motor...
I told you I had a lot to drink tonight...you missed the party!

Wizard of Was said...

Here's the thing, Debie. People like you are care takers and don't ever put themselves first until they crash! Know it is okay to be quiet and take care of yourself. It's actually very healing for the soul. Enjoy your time at Warrenton and we all welcome you back as soon as you are feeling to spirit move you!
My Best
Gale

Shannon @ Silver Trappings said...

I hope your trip to the Red Shed gives you back your energy! Sometimes retail therapy can do wonders. Have a good one, and take care.

Shannon

Paula said...

I will pick up the slack for you while you take a well deserved rest. It happens to the best of us!!! Hope you back and feeling 100% soon.

summersundays-jw said...

For some reason when you do what most of us do, we work everyday. I feel so guilty if I take a day to relax -- I feel like I've wasted it. How I'd love to have a day to lay on the back porch & read a good book all day. Here's hoping that for both of us. Take care! Jan

delighted heart said...

This must be a first.....you WORDLESS! Take a break girl. You deserve a rest now and then. I've got so much on my plate right now I'm too tired to try to write about one of the 50 things I'm doing...I think all this work out in the heat is zapping my brain!
Bless Ya!
Patti

vintagerescue said...

I'm thinking you're just teasing us for a DOOZY of a post.

Nevertheless, never underestimate the taxing energy needed to open a new shop; you're just beat and need some time with Trashette. RELAX.

Hell, I took a whole 3 days off—junked the whole time, and bought a TON—but needed to stay silent and gloat. Maybe that's what you're doing....

I still think you might be cooking up something good. I know I am....

XOX

Artsy Fartsy said...

Girl you are overdue for a little down time! I know in the next week or so (if you can go that long) we will be peeing our pants laughing back with you... or at you!! hehehe, Look forward to your return. Take care, Blessings , Janna

thedomesticfringe said...

Have fun over the next few days! I'm sure cup will get filled up and be running over before too long.

-FringeGirl

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sparkled*life said...

Bless your heart there is nothing like being overwhelmed! Just keep in mind God's grace is sufficient to get you through!!!

Love you girl!

Hayley said...

Hello Debbie and all you other fabulous Texas bloggers. I am headed to Dallas the weekend of 11 July to visit my cousins, and I was hoping for some tips on some easy-to-access junking places I could hit along the way. I'll be coming from Missouri, via 1-44 and I guess 69 Hwy out of Muskogee, OK if I stop to meet my aunt there. Any suggestions? I can check back here, or you can leave me a comment at http://nestingnotions.blogspot.com or send me an email at hfraser@spsmail.org. I would so appreciate the inside track!