Monday, March 17, 2008

Babies in Stereo

Neither baby slept last night. I actually think they're both teething. (If this is your first time reading this blog, I don't actually have two babies. I have one baby, a toddler, a preschooler and a kindergartner. But we count the toddler as a baby because he still acts like one.) Stupidly, of course, I stayed up till midnight waiting for the baby to go to sleep and watching hours and hours of Andy Griffith (so funny! never really watched it before.) I gave up tv for lent and so naturally that includes binging on Sundays.

Why am I telling you this? Because I'm tired and sitting in front of the computer and so naturally that means just writing down whatever comes into my head. But instead of continuing on in this unhelpful vain, I'm going to put this down and seriously walk up the hill behind our house. I am happy to report, as per my New Year's Resolutions, that I have so far lost the weight of one baby and am now seriously working on the weight of the second one. And why are you reading this anyway? This is Holy Week. You should be reading your Bible. And praying. Heh.

6 comments:

Seeking La Loba said...

Hello Anne. It was a happy surprise to see your post today. You sound very busy with children and church. I've enjoyed reading through some of your blog. I'm glad to see you are doing so well.
Kirsten

Joyce Carlson said...

You're right. I should be reading my Bible, and I WILL before the day is over, but right this minute I'm retyping my comment, having lost the first one in strange circumstances. All loss is for me a strange circumstance, since everything should always be safe, sound, and found.
But if one is to loose anything, or carelessly leave stuff behind as I have been doing on this trip around America, (books, jackets, my manicure set ...), at least let me not loose my soul.
So I'll go read my Bible directly -- after lunch.
Love, ME

Anonymous said...

Looking forward to Joyce Carlson's Good Friday meditation and to Mr. Carlson's teaching tomorrow.

I will be in the sound booth. Let me know Anne, if you would like me to tape them and have them sent to you.

Fellow catachist
Christie

Anne Kennedy said...

Christie, that would be wonderful. How cool.

Hi Mommy. How are you? Does your email work?

Joyce Carlson said...

Hi Anne,
My email works like a dream of goodness and peace. NO PROBLEM.
ME

Anonymous said...

Had a great time with your Mother and Father. He did a wonderful teaching. Your Mom has the tape of it to bring with her. I will also save the Good Friday one on tape with your Mother's meditation.

It was fun talking to her about the Catachesis of the Good Shepherd. Although we don't have an atrium since both myself and the other catachist left full atriums behind.

Blessings to you.
Your catachist friend
Christie