Friday, September 26, 2008

Friday Jumbles


Thoughts and musings from this week...

-I find it odd that we go through Charmin at an alarming rate at our house, but this nasty, cheap toilet paper we have now will just never come to an end! In fact, I think it is multiplying like rabbits while we sleep.

-I am reading "The Shack" by William Young. Wow! Only halfway through...more on this when I have finished it.

-Check out Eddie's blog yesterday to learn about a better way to visit the blogs you like to read regularly.

-I miss my sister. I don't know if she reads my blog very often, but I think of her every day and I wish I could walk next door and be at her house. If you live near your family, call one of them and have lunch together today. It is a shame to take others for granted.

-The Office...last night at 9 I was parked in front of the TV. I still don't like Angela.

-We had another computer crap out on us this week at our house. Kinda puts a kink in the whole homeschooling thing. Good thing we are flexible.

-This time of year is the special time when all of the lizards in our yard procreate and their offspring come in our house to kick back and relax. It's as if we sent out engraved invitations and they all said "YES!"

-I do not enjoy finding tiny lizards in my purse. Is nothing sacred??

-My dog gets jealous anytime my husband hugs and kisses me. He whines and jumps on him to get him off of me. This is weird.

-I find that my desire for dark chocolate is in direct proportion to the level of stress in my life. There must be a scientific name for this.

3 comments:

Kristin September 26, 2008 at 2:25 PM  

I love reading your blogs! You inspire me to write. I miss you and Eddie by the way!

Ari September 26, 2008 at 2:51 PM  

Beth Taylor- you make me laugh! I can hear your voice in my head when I read your blogs- and wish I was really hearing your voice! :-)

Love you~

Chad September 26, 2008 at 8:49 PM  

Beth---I too am reading The Shack--it is a truly amazing book. It is really putting God's love in perspective for me.

Nicole Crews Lee