New Year Fun!

I got this from Kelli at There is no place like home.  The directions are to post the first sentence of your first blog post of each month.

Trying not to cry over spilled milk, or spilled urine as the case may be.

I have had some pretty interesting conversations with my kids recently.

I just got done watching Idol.

The most miserable month of the year is O-V-E-R!

Does anyone else feel like they are in a style rut?

There are basically two kinds of people in this world: those who insist
upon wearing shoes at all times, and those who kick off their shoes at
every opportunity.

Friday morning was our last day at the beach.

When I was pregnant with my first child, I was determined to “get it

I was visiting with a friend today, and she said, “So what drew you to this Weil book?”

35 years and 3 kids has not been kind to my midsection.

I think I finally know what I’m going to be when I grow up.

For unto us a child is born,
unto us a son is given: and the government shall be upon his shoulder:
and his name shall be called Wonderful, Counselor, The mighty God, The
everlasting Father, The Prince of Peace. — Isaiah 9:6

Happy New Year from our home to yours!

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23 Responses

  1. Oh, I love this. I liked Jan and June’s sentence…makes you want to read the rest.

    I’m going to have to join in when I get a chance to put a post together.


  2. I really enjoyed this. This is my first time visiting you and I have laughed and thoroughly enjoyed myself….I will be back. Mine will be up later tonight hope you can stop by for coffee…..Happy New Years!

  3. I really enjoyed reading your first sentences, and one of the full posts. I think this was my first visit to your blog, but I don’t think it will be my last. Happy New Year!

  4. As I reviewed your year with you I couldn’t keep from clicking on the “pretty interesting conversations with my kids”. Curiosity, you know. I missed this one when originally posted. I can’t believe the questions concerning death from C! It caused me to recall a strikingly similar conversation, or series of conversations, I had with my daughter 30 years ago about dying and heaven! Really – no exaggeration. Same concerns. Two comments that I recall vividly were: “Should I pack my suitcase?” and “Will you go with me?” I knew we were in deep and only time would bring understanding to this precious child. She was so intense and so focused on such a serious subject. What amazes me most today, is how much like her Mom C really is! As Yogi said, “deja vu all over again”! C will be a wonderful woman someday: strong, sensitive and committed to her Lord and her family!

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