Still alive. Trying to enjoy the boy, and get some scheduling issues straightened out for my sanity’s sake.
But isn’t this the greatest pic ever? He’s not crying, he’s laughing. And we were both having a good time with the self-portraits.
Man, I love this kid.
It is so easy to be fearful these days. The news constantly reports the bad things. Fire, famine, earthquakes, flooding, tsunamis, volcanoes… it’s enough to make you fear walking outside your door. Add the human element of crime: robberies, shootings, terrorists, plane crashes, diseases and it’s a wonder any of us get out of bed. Throw in a little economic uncertainty and we could easily become recluses….
This is a book review of Fearless by Max Lucado. You can read the rest of it by clicking here.
i am broken right now.
not sure when i’ll be back. i need a break.
sorry to leave things hanging. i just can’t talk at this point. everything i say is wrong. misunderstood. unwanted.
i wish i could fix me.
October is absolutely the worst month for me in terms of allergies. We’re one week in and I already feel like I have cotton stuffed in my sinuses.
I’m seriously considering a neti pot.
That, my friends, is what desperation smells like. You know, if I could actually smell. Or breathe.
Something I need to hear today. Maybe you do, too.
Be the change you want to see in the world.
I don’t remember where I saw it, or who said it (maybe I can find that info later). But I need to remember that more often. Change starts with me.