Three folds in my garment
Yet only one garment I bear
Three joints in a finger
Yet only one finger is there
Three leaves in a shamrock
Yet only one shamrock I wear
Frost, ice and snow
Yet these three are nothing but water
Three persons in God
Yet only God is there
Thursday, May 31, 2007
...I will write like this.
"Notes from the Trenches" is my favorite blog written by a stranger.
It is funny, insightful, and high traffic.
If I had a blog, this is what I'd want it to be.
And I wouldn't mind looking like this.
Tuesday, May 29, 2007
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Monday, May 28, 2007
Agent 002 is currently obsessed with his size. He clams to be "so big." And he wants to get bigger.
"I can touch the wood if I stand on my tip-toes. I am so big!"And all I want is for him to slow down. My goodness, the boy is five already. Stay small, little man, stay small!
"Mama, if I eat my whole dinner, will I get bigger?"
"Mama, will I get bigger if I drink my milk?"
"Papa, will I get bigger if sleep at night-time?"
Friday, May 18, 2007
Wednesday, May 16, 2007
Saturday, May 12, 2007
The first cucumber and potato sprouts are poking through the ground.
No sign of the corn, beets, beans, or squash yet.
This time last year, our garden got washed away by 17 inches of rain on Mother's Day weekend (our basement and attic took a little hit as well). It looks like we'll be safe this year.
Or at least this weekend ;)
Thursday, May 10, 2007
Wednesday, May 09, 2007
I love you more everyday, buddy boy.
Monday, May 07, 2007
I met up with a group of people from high school on Saturday. We celebrated Cinco de Mayo with frozen drinks on the deck, then moved on to dinner at a nice little Italian restaurant.
I hadn't seen two of them since high school.
And nothing had changed.
Or everything has. We are all doing very different things in very different surroundings, but we are all the same people we were twelve years ago. As one of my astute friends remarked, "we're all in different places, but it all makes sense."
I am not saying that we haven't grown -- we have -- but that all of us have followed our own natures. And everyone seems happy with the place they're in.
And it was really fun to get out of the house for an evening.
Saturday, May 05, 2007
Ironic Catholic reports on the Mary over Martha support group for women who feel that "listening to Jesus beats doing housework," because "Jesus Christ said there was only one thing necessary, and I'm guessing it wasn't Lysol."
It's good. It's really good. Read it.
Agent 004 loves the Hokey Pokey -- You know that silly song that goes like this:
You put your left arm inIt goes on and on with various body parts being put in and taken out.
You take your left arm out
You put your left arm in
And shake it all about
You do the hokey pokey
And you turn yourself around
That's what it's all about.
But 004 doesn't just sing this any old time; this is what she sings (and acts out) as she gets dressed. So she puts her left arm into her sleeve, takes it out, puts it back in, and then shakes it vigorously. She then does the toddler-bop with her shirt hanging off of one arm.
Of course, since she is Agent 004, she turns her elf around.
It is incredibly cute, but more than a little annoying that she will not don a single piece of clothing without singing a verse for each body part.
I guess that I should just be impressed that she is a two-year old that dresses herself. Or something like that.
Friday, May 04, 2007
We have had internet service back for a week now, but yet I have not yet posted anything significant. This is partly because we have been very busy this past week and partly because mr warillever has been using the computer to work from home in the evening, but mostly because I have fallen out of the habit of posting.
I have read that it takes 28 days to form a habit. No one ever talks about how easy it is to break that habit though.
I'll get back on a roll by posting this, then try again during my designated internet time this evening.