I say "bless you" when my dog sneezes.
I believe one of the best things you can do for your kids is provide them with an education.
I believe it's never too late to go back to school.
No matter where I live, I will always call Seattle home.
I would go back to my college days in a heartbeat. SO much fun.
You couldn't pay me to revisit junior high or high school.
I love holding hands with Max. I will miss the feel of his little hand in mine when he gets older - terribly.
I once kept a rubber mallet by my bed when my husband was traveling and there was news of a bad guy pretending to be a salesman doing bad things to women. My husband and a few friends just laughed and laughed when they heard it was a rubber mallet. Still makes me chuckle.
I have irrational fears about being outside when it's thundering. (It's thundering and my dog is whining to go outside. Um, no. You'll have to hold it dog.) (There was thunder and lightening when I wrote this Friday night.)
Oh so torn between ranch and blue cheese. Blue cheese usually wins out, but ranch I do love thee.
Doritos are evil, but I love them.
Currently addicted to Grey's Anatomy. I am watching from the beginning on Hulu. I'm on season two. I have
This book is making me want to make some big changes in my life. More on this later.
Other newly purchased books: Grace Based Parenting and The Gifts of Imperfection
Max had his speech therapy assessment Friday. He tested at a 6 and-a-half to 7 year-old level. He's going to keep me on my toes.
It irks me when people hang the U.S. flag incorrectly. Stars always, always go in the upper-left hand corner people. No matter which way you hang it. Always.
Thank you to all of you who left lovely comments about the photos in my last post. You are all too kind. They really are some of my favorites from this year. In fact, they might just be my favorites.
Today is the last day of preschool. Pray for me and our three months of summer break. I am scared.
Tomorrow night is Max's kindergarten open house. Sniffle, sniffle...
And finally, by the grace of God and pharmaceuticals - I am four years seizure-free today. I plan to talk a bit more about this later today or tomorrow.
(And my post edit - my brother finally proposed to his girlfriend on Saturday night! YAY!!)