A great idea from RevScott:
If it's been going around my friends, is it a viral meme? I dunno. Anyway, the idea is this: go back and find the first sentence of the first blog post of each month for the past year. Consider yourself tagged if you've stayed with me this far.
Okay, so this isn't technically one of the patented "Dr. Cox rants," but it's funny and involves Dr. Cox and makes a point, so I wanted to post it.
Last night while lying in bed, waiting to fall asleep, I had one of those nighttime revelations: a year ago today was the first day that I was no longer officially employed by the Lutheran Student Center.
Paul Simon (the musician, not the politician) was at my church Wednesday during our Lenten worship service.
You know Palm Sunday has made an impression on your three year-old when after church, he hears the 80's pop hit Rosanna by Toto and starts singing along with the stereo: "Hosanna, hosanna..."
It's been a busy couple of weeks, hence my absence from the blogosphere as of late.
Once again, an unintended long absence.
Saturday night, Sweetie and I took Kiddo and his best friend Peanut (like "Kiddo", not his real name) to a baseball game in Omaha.
Well, we went in to see Sweetie's OB doc today so she could get an exam and have an ultrasound done.
I'm still around, and I'm still planning on blogging...this pregnancy has just been kicking Sweetie's and my collective butts (whatever a "collective butt" is) the past month.
My aim yesterday was to celebrate the coming of the major league baseball playoffs (and the Red Sox's win in game one) by taking a video of Kiddo singing Take Me Out to the Ballgame.
Well, Sweetie had her 2nd trimester ultrasound on Wednesday afternoon (yep, that's right, Halloween).
I stumbled on this and it was too well done not to share...especially if you're a fan of the old Muppet Show.