Wednesday, May 14, 2008

Being Still

Sorry for the two depressing entries, but life isn't always funny. Matt read my blog last night and when he got into bed I asked him what he thought.

"Kind of depressing."

"I wasn't meaning for it to be depressing, it's just how my day went."

So to those that read my blog and left feeling sad, I do apologize, it was just one of those days. Things are good today. A friend came over and I was telling her how I just seem kind of out of it. I've just been in the mood to sit and observe. Last night was Bible study and we had a cookout. We got together so we could decide what our next study topic was going to be; we decided on a Max Lucado book, The Great House of God. For most of the night, I just sat in the host's screened in porch watching everyone and laughing at their silly comments. I was just enjoying the evening and wishing I had a screened in porch. It's nice to just be still every once in a while.


  1. Being real is healthy, don't apologize. During the first few months of my blog, I vented MANY frustrations... Camden screamed in his car seat for months, so I feel your pain. I also applaud you for taking them out together by yourself. I literally feared public places for quite awhile with just one; I can't imagine with two. Hang in there, sister. In a few months, you'll be kicking your feet up and relaxing while your two kids entertain each other. :-)

  2. Being still is perhaps the most moving experience ...

  3. I love reading your blog and getting updated on your family. Your kids are very cute. I think Kaylee and Chloe have similar personalities. They would have fun together. :)


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