Tuesday, March 24, 2009

Thank You

First, I would like to thank all of the support I've been getting. I'm trying to stay positive and back to watching Fox News full time. It's the only thing that gets my mind off of my problems and onto something more ridiculous. Shoot! With my temper, maybe it will send me into labor. LOL!

Second, mom and dad brought over mom's BIG wedge for me to sleep on last night. It worked real well. It was a lot to get use to sleep on in bed, but the acid reflux wasn't as bad and I was able to fall right to sleep. Ahhh! Doug began laughing at me when he came to bed because he couldn't see how I could sleep on this wedge. I didn't care because I didn't feel like I was dying.

Katie and I spent most of the day outside. It was so beautiful and we just had to be apart of it. I wished I could have captured how our Yoshino Cherry tree blossoms were flying in the wind, like it was snowing, every time the wind blew. Katie even asked if it was snowing. She couldn't get over that it was flowers flying around. I put her hopscotch pads out on the driveway. I like to put those out so she won't scratch up her arms and legs when she plays with sidewalk chalk. She was having a good time with the sidewalk chalk and blowing bubbles. We had a bunch of old bubbles that we needed to get rid of. I think bubbles can get old because it seems like their quality after a while isn't very good. My azaleas are really blooming to pretty, but they were full of old brown dried up leaves from this past Winter months. It was buggy me too much, so I would just pick out the leaves from the bushes. Well, I ended up getting out the rake and raked out the flower bed all along the front of our house. Oh, it looks so much better now that it's all cleaned out. I was really hoping all this raking and cleaning would put me into labor, but no such luck. I ended up being tired and hurting. Oh well.

Today at ballet, I got to catch up with my new friends Beth & Rachel. They are such sweeties. They seemed to be as excited for me as I am. They both wished us the best and asked if they could do anything. So sweet. After practice, as we were leaving, Rachel came over and gave me a big hug.

Political News
You are probably expecting me to comment on the latest "Geithner wanted full control over all non-banking bailout companies." From what I understand, this type of control will allow him to go into the companies and be able to divide up the company and sell it, if he doesn't feel that it is an asset to the US Government. This may sound very simple, but that's the exact crack in the door that will give the government full access to go into any company and take over the business. Just another sign of Socialism.

Tea Party Update
Sandy was telling me about a site that's urging people to send tea bags to Pres. Obama, if they are unable to attend their local Tea Party. All you do is clip or tear off a tea bag label, place it into an envelope addressed to the White House on April 1st. She said Wade was so excited, he put 8 tea bags in his envelope along with a letter to Pres. Obama. I think I might do the same thing. Click here in order to read about the Cowboy Tea Party tea bags.

Red Envelope - Abortion Protest
Sandy was also telling me about this protest and I'm very interested in it. This website is encouraging everyone to mail a red envelope on March 31st to Pres. Obama. Below is an exact quote from the website:

Get a red envelope. You can buy them at Kinkos, or at partysupply stores.

On the front, address it to President Barack Obama The White House1600 Pennsylvania Ave NW Washington , D.C. 20500

On the back, write the following message."This envelope represents one child who died because of an abortion.It is empty because the life that was taken is now unableto be a part of our world. Responsibility begins with conception."We will mail the envelopes out March 31st, 2009.

Put it in the mail, and send it. Then forward this event to every one of your friends who you think would send one too. I wish we could send 50 million red envelopes, one for everychild who died [in the U.S. ] before having a chance tolive.It may seem that those who believe abortion is wrong are in a minority. It may seem like we have no voice and it'sshameful to even bring it up. Let us show our President andthe world that the voices of those of us who do not believeabortion is acceptable are not silent and must be heard.

Together we can change the heart of The President and save the lives of millions of children.....whatever things are true, whatever things are noble, whatever things are just, whatever things are pure, whatever things are lovely...think on these things. Phil. 4:8

1 comment:

The Thorsrud Family said...

I'm lovin' the political commentaries! I get so frustrated at some people's opinions on some subjects....I didn't make the standards to live by....GOD did! How can people deny this?