June 30, 2010
June 28, 2010
"The important thing is this:
To at any moment be able to sacrifice what we are, for what we could become."
-Charles Du Bos
June 23, 2010
Ashes and I had a good talk tonight and one topic that stood out was that we discussed praying. We decided that praying more often, and getting real with The Big Man upstairs is like we are allowing Him to get to know us. The real me. Not the one that talks from a script (yes, my prayers are still relative to that of a 4 year olds) but the one that talks freely about wants, needs, upsets, happiness, confusion... ya know.. life. I say allowing because we talk about how we want to build a relationship with Him, but yet we don't let him in on what's really going on with us. I don't know, it's something to think about I guess. Don't worry, we didn't just talk about serious stuff...we fit in the important goods like gossip, drama, new heart throbs, dreams of going away to India & California as well. The staples to every decent conversation.
Now, I'm off to bed with a smile on my face and a feeling of freedom coursing throughout my veins.
P.S. 4 million points to whoever can name the title and artist of the song of this post's title. Happy sleeping! :)
June 22, 2010
June 20, 2010
June 14, 2010
2. Having two hands is extremely useful. I can now carry items in my hands instead of finding creative places to stuff them....
3. Therapists and Doctors don't lie. For once, can we cut it out with all the honesty? They should tell you it's going to be 8 weeks and then surprise you with walking at 6 weeks. Where is the fun in truth? I'll put my hands up for the blissful state of denial!
4. Those with crutches are magnetically drawn to others with crutches. At the carnival, grocery store, in church, these people are everywhere! Somehow we always find each other. I think crutches are magically synced and gravitate together to form a bond of understanding and sympathy for their owners.
June 4, 2010
WARNING: The next few blog posts will be extremely self centered on my part and may not contain any exciting information. Mainly I just want to have record of a few things, and I'm completely self absorbed with the development of my knee right now... Sorry. I just wanted to warn you that future boredom is to be expected. :)
"Make it happen, watch it happen, or wonder what happened."