Monday, March 19, 2007
so much to say, and no time to say it
Over the last week so many times something has happened and I have said "I really need to talk about that on my blog tonight." and then evening comes and I fall into bed exhausted. I have had no time to visit with my new wonderful bloggy friends and I have really missed you all. The months of March, April, May and June are always crazy in our house with sporting activities. I guess I really never understood just how busy we were until I started blogging. Before baseball I could always squeeze in a little time to visit my favorite blogs and update my own. Now, I feel guilty for sitting in front of the computer because I am sooo behind on all my chores. Tonight I have decided not to care, I am coming for a visit, and vowing to give my self at least a few hours a week to get on the computer and reconnect with all of you.

I used to hate the computer and now I find it to be such a friend. If I am feeling down I know I can just head on over to a few of my favorite places and I will be lifted up and my glass will be refilled. Thanks to all of you for making me laugh and sometimes cry. I really am having a blast.

On another note: My cell phone went caput last week. I ordered a new one and it came today (it is pink and cute and my daughter is so so jealous). I also fought against the cell phone revolution, not wanting to get one, wanting to be able to escape from everyone and everything. Well, how quickly I became dependent on that little bugger. It is amazing to me how our lives can change so quickly and we become so dependent on something we didn't ever miss before we introduced it into our lives. I am sure their is important wisdom in those words although I don't know what they are. LOL.

I hope you all have had a blessed monday,
Julie

  posted at 9:46 PM  
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2 Comments:
At 4:20 AM, Blogger Heidi said...

A pink cellphone! How cute it must be!

The blogging/life balance is a struggle for a lot of people. Don't worry!

 
At 7:39 AM, Blogger The Preacher's Wife said...

"Our society does not honor mothering so we feel we must make a difference somewhere else." Amen to that..as a pastor' wife and mom of four, I've fell into this trap many times...loved your thoughts..

 

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