Saturday, November 11, 2006

A very busy little girl!

I didn't get a minute to rest today. Izzy was going strong all day long. On top of everything it just seemed like Britty had an attitude all day. I just dealt with everything the best I could and survived. Now I'm going to sleep.

Thursday, November 09, 2006

It's a much better day

I feel more rested and better prepared to deal with whatever happens. I think I just needed some sleep and rest.

Wednesday, November 08, 2006

It's my Birthday and my Mom's Birthday

Yes, I was born on my Mother's birthday. It's been chaos at the house today, too much crap and not enough time. I did get a new Digital SLR, Cannon Rebel XTI, and a Photo Printer, an HP 475. Happy Birthday to me.

Sunday, November 05, 2006


Taken from 43 Folders.

A good nap is one of life’s great pleasures, and the ability to nap is the sign of a well-balanced life. When we nap we snatch back control of our day from a mechanized, clock-driven society. We set aside the urgency imposed on us by the external world and get in touch with an internal rhythm that is millions of years old.

A nap distills the sweetness of a whole night’s sleep down to a few minutes. Ideally, it starts on a soft bed, in a dark room, with a warm blanket. At first your mind lingers on what you’ve done that day, and what you still need to do. Then your thoughts start to unravel a little, become less coherent, more dreamlike. You feel your breathing deepen, your body relax. You lose yourself; you’re asleep. After a few minutes you gradually become aware again of the bed, the room. You open your eyes, gather your thoughts, throw off the blankets. You’re a new person.

Broken Arm

Debbie slipped and fell this Sabbath morning, Saturday for all you non Seventh Day Adventists