The pregnancy hormones are in full force today. Yeah for being pregnant!
I have been tearing up all morning from the simplest of things.
First, it was an article in People (my guilty pleasure) about Paul Newman. Then, it was the kind, supportive comments from Blue and Seriously? who have been great online friends to me, but for some reason today, I really was touched by their sharing in this journey with me. Thank you, ladies. This blog has been such an important outlet for me since I started it last Spring. And the women who share their stories, and comments, have given me such strength, such validation. It has been so amazing. But before this gets to sappy...
It was giggling that finally got the tears to burst through and run down my face. Now, I will share the link below. I found it on one of the two non-IF blogs that I follow. But I do not want to offend anyone. So, I must put in place this disclaimer:
I am a Christian. Not a very conservative one, but I am an active member of my church, I pray day and night, and I struggle to live the life God has planned for me, in the way He showed me to live. I am constantly growing in my faith.
I'm not sure if you have to be from Kansas to appreciate the humor in dissing Intelligent Design or not. If so, I apologize. I know only one of my online friends is from this state, and she may be a big proponent of this teaching. If you don't think this is funny, please just click away.
But to my demented mind, THIS is funny. I especially enjoyed the links to home and hate mail and recommend them.
I also follow the blog of Jen Lancaster, who is a fabulous author. She is hilarious, and apparently, so are her readers. I especially enjoyed their comments on Things You Don't Want to Hear.
And now I am off to watch Private Practice which was Tivo'd on the living room tivo this week, which is fabulous, because I lost track of when the new season started and would have otherwise missed it. Lucky me!