In Wal-Mart this evening I overheard a woman say this after reading the headline "Pregancy Joy for Angelina Jolie" on the front of a gossip magazine --- "She's pregnant again"? "She needs to get a TV". I tried to hold a straight face but I failed.
Thursday, November 27, 2008
Monday, November 10, 2008
Someone recently asked me what made me happy, as I scribbled the list in my mind, for a moment I realized I was a simple person and decided to add my list here...
3. Puppies' breath
5. Smell of fresh cut grass
6. Handwritten lettters
7. Extremely random phone calls from friends or family
8. Kisses on my forehead
10. A long dinner
11. Cool breezes
12. The entire Christmas season
Posted by Kimberly at 10:31 AM
Tuesday, November 4, 2008
Early at the polls this morning, I quickly became #50 in line. Waiting for nearly one hour for the polls to open, I was very glad to be #50 and not #1491. As I made my way into the gymnasium to show my ID and get my ballot and secrecy folder, I felt I was completing a very important civic duty. As I watched the crowd, I noticed a very elderly man with his elderly escort cast their ballots. The gentleman was in very poor condition, barely able to walk without help of his escort and walker. I felt so patriotic at that moment that I almost began to cry. This was the first election that I have ever taken part it in and right now at this moment, I feel very good about my choice. As I cast my ballot I realized that today, November 4, 2008, I became a part of history.
Posted by Kimberly at 8:42 AM
Sunday, November 2, 2008
I was minding my own business when the word again popped into my mind. I sounded it out just as you learn to in first grade, "uh-gain". I have never thought of the use of this word as a positive but always used it negatively. Examples:
The toliet is clogged, again.
The dog ate her bed, again.
My car needs gas, again.
You can see where I am going with this. As I thought about the word and kept repeating it, I turned it around, a-gain. For example:
I received a Christmas bonus, it was a-gain.
I made a new friend, A true GAIN.
I saw my dad today for the first time in a year, is a-gain
See how just saying the word differently brings to light an entirely different situation?
Posted by Kimberly at 7:44 AM