I try my best to be positive. Sometimes it’s really hard to stay focused and positive…and staying positive alone can be just exhausting. What I struggle with is I get put in a mind set of “no one wants to help make your life easier”…and honestly that isn’t true. I learned this today. I was so mad today. I’m planning an event and I feel SO alone. I feel like no matter what I do, it’s just me against the world. I was reminded by four simple words I’m not. I have two “best friends” and today I was on Facebook with one of them and I was venting about my frustration. I told her I didn’t care if it got done or not, because I knew I couldn’t enjoy it, because I’ll be the ONLY one running around for it. She is quiet a minute, which i knew was because she was hiding her phone under her desk trying to be quiet….it’s funny, because I totally can picture her looking around all suspicious like. Anyway it took 4 simple words…”What can I do?”….
God is going to make things work out. I know it. However, it’s giving me a lot of stress and honestly, making me want to reconsider the amount of my volunteer work. I’m just not sure if I can continue going the path I’m going. It’s always a few of the same people helping out. I think there needs to be some new guidelines set up to make it work. For now, I’m going to try to count my blessings and chow down on these ribs. Good ol’ comfort!
Bone in country ribs, or boneless ribs works fine
1 cup BBQ Sauce of choice, plus more for finishing
1/2 cup water
Mix all together in crock pot. Should be enough to cover ribs at least halfway up. If you need more, just mix more bbq in. Once you do cook for 6-8 hours on low. I like to remove some liquid afterwards and put in more bbq when it has about 30 minutes left to cook.