Everyone has a list. Where this craze came from I have no idea, but I feel compelled (by peer pressure) to do the same. Actually we say every summer that we are going to do more as a family. It's time to really write it down.
So here we go. I will try to find a cool chalkboard or whiteboard like Denise or Kristen to post it and check them off. Go check theirs out.
Here we go:
Go bowling weekly
Make homemade icecream
Go to the secret swinging bridge spot in Yosemite that no one knows about
Play scrabble as a family
Walk 3 miles at least once or twice a week as a family
Make a movie for church youth group
Help with an Eagle Scout Project
Raise Meat Chickens from chicks
Visit Monterey at least once to see the whales
Host a dessert party where my kids make the food
Rent a party boat at the lake
Go camping with UK
Get a refresher course for SCUBA diving (Jules)
SCUBA in Monterey
Make a duvet cover (yikes)
Dinner 8 with church friends (3xs)
Cupcake decorating class for Meg and Me
Stargaze from Sentinel Dome
Fireworks at Bass Lake
Kiss my hubby for 7 sec. everyday (great goal for me NOT kids)
Saturday, June 25, 2011
It's been quite a while since my last post, but I do have excuses. None of them good mind you, but I have them. Well, in all seriousness, I have nodules. Nodules on my Thyroid gland.
After this week, I don't have any more nodules or gland.
Yes that's right.
I agreed to have them, it, removed forever and ever, amen.
I have been hanging around the house the last 3 days waiting for the feeling of sluggishness or overtiredness (is that a word?) to hit me. But alas, nothing. In fact, I feel quite energetic. I have been taking a synthetic thyroid hormone replacement and it's not bad!!!!!!
Well, not so far. In fact, if my incision were not sore, I'd have to say I'm feeling on top of the world.
Don't you wish you could replace or remove parts of you that you just didn't like? And feel great afterward without harm or penalty?
My oldest son is learning to drive. My daughter had her first experience today behind the wheel. I have come to realize that the mom-behind-the-wheel needs a transplant or a complete removal!!!!!
The person I sometimes become behind the wheel of a car is not out there....in full view of two teenagers and it's ugly sometimes. I still don't understand why I get so frustrated, but I do.
I need to have that removed, right away.
I need a synthetic replacement until I can produce my own attitude worth having in the car with them.
It's one of those areas in life that demands constant tuning, redirecting, and releasing control over. Yep. It needs to be yanked.
Hopefully, Jesus never had to drive the chariot. My guess is he had to drive in some way.
All I am asking for today is forgiveness for almost running that bike rider down today. And, a little interceding from a fellow driver. Thanks!
Posted by Vessel at 11:11 PM