What Will Happen?

Maybe I’m naive, maybe I’m ignorant, maybe I don’t really know people at all, but I have a hard time believing that riots will break out after the election. Is it really something people need to do to show how angry they are their candidate didn’t win? Does it change anything? I know it is possible for either side to resort this kind of violence, I’ve seen it on the news, anti-Obama nutjobs throwing bricks through the Dems office windows here. Anti-McCain/Palin wackos threatening to do something drastic if the Republicans win.

I’d like to hear your thoughts, if you wanna share them. Can’t people just accept whatever the end result will be and pray that good comes from it?

It seems appropriate to close with a quote from Men In Black.

Jay: Why the big secret? People are smart. They can handle it.
Kay: A person is smart. People are dumb, panicky dangerous animals and you know it.

The Life Of Mommy

It’s 2pm, and I’m still in my jammies. 🙂

Today, I baked cookies, and watched Shrek 3 & 2 (in that order) with the boys. If nap time is successful, we’ll watch Shrek afterwards.

What’s going on with me? Not much. Reading books on Disneyland/DisneyWorld and gardening books. I’m doing my bible study on Thursday mornings again. Organizing my stuff, getting ready to give some bags to Goodwill. Because some of you were wondering about my health, I will tell you that everything seems to be normal, and I have a doctor appt tomorrow to confirm that everything is normal. I feel fine, please don’t worry about me.

Yesterday was the 5th anniversary of Dad’s passing. It’s no harder that day than any other. Everyday, I wish he could have seen my kids, grown fond of them, found joy in them. I know he would have. I wish I could talk to him. I am thankful I still have Mom.

On a lighter note, in tv land 3 of my favorite shows are on. House, Fringe, and Eli Stone! Whoo-hoo! I’m happy ABC renewed Eli Stone, I think it’s a great show. Thank God for my DVR. I’ll close with a quote from Eli Stone, last season.

Eli: It’s not even noon and I’ve already made my end-of-life decision. What have you done today?