I took an impromptu blog vacation, didn’t I? What? You didn’t notice? Oh. Regardless, I am back. (Did you know that irregardless is not a word? It’s a not-word that I use sometimes, by the way, not to be confused with Knot Words.) I haven’t been doing anything of any great importance, so I don’t have any fun details to share with you. I will, however, be spending a quality long weekend with my sisters and my cousins in Mississippi, and that will be fun. I’m leaving Ole Boy and Roscoe to fend for themselves. ::::snickers::::
I had a cold a few weeks ago, and it never completely went away. This morning, I woke up with a very stuffy head, and I don’t know if I have an allergy attack going on, or a sinus infection. Just ain’t fair, I tell ya!
I’ve been meaning to get on a diet since 1990. I haven’t done that yet. I had a bit of a health scare earlier this week…heart racing, a little shaky …I’m thinking it’s time to do something…or die. Getting old and fat is so much fun. You should try it.
I’m planning my fall vacation…I love my little annual getaway…can’t wait!! Great Smoky Mountains…I’m coming! Greet me with tons of color!!!
“Smoky” is such a funny way of spelling Smokey. I want to pronounce smoky as “smocky.” In my head, I do.
I do lots of things in my head. I write some of the best blogs in my head. Unfortunately, they never make it to paper…ah…screen.
Chik-Fil-A. I’m a supporter. I will be having breakfast there on Wednesday, August 1, Lord willing. My thing is that Truett Cathy has a right to believe the Bible, just as much as anyone else has a right to do whatever is legal for them to do. I believe the Bible, I support the Biblical definition of marriage, but that doesn’t mean that I hate anyone. I’m a glutton. Who am I to judge another? I started to not say anything about this for fear of hurting feelings or making folks mad. Then I decided that too many Christians are silent.
People who hate Christians really hate Christians. I know what it’s like to be discriminated against. I think everyone probably has experienced discrimination on some level…and everyone most likely has discriminated against another at some point, as well. If we’re honest, we’ll have to admit that.
None of us are perfect, are we?
I’m sure thankful that I’m forgiven.