Saturday, July 18, 2009

Rambling through an "acceptance" speech.

I want to come here and say things that are profound and meaningful. I want my posts to resonate with meaning and insight. It's hard for me to post when I don't think I can live up to those expectations (which I'm totally aware I put on myself).

My last couple of posts fell into a provided category.. I just don't feel that creative lately, left to my own devices. Oh, speaking of my last couple of posts -

I was so honored to be Lynnette's latest "Getting to Know You" featured blogger. Lynnette was one of the first bloggers I found and followed after losing Seth. I appreciate her friendship a lot. Mind you, she featured me with GRANOLA! I hope that wasn't supposed to be a statement about me. Ha ha. I appreciated all the lovely visits from Lynnette's readers.

And with that "acceptance speech", one of my kidlets has just asked for the "bathroom bucket". I should go make sure he/she is okay.
Updated to add: Above mentioned child (nameless to protect the innocent ill) writhed and moaned on the bathroom floor for awhile, ulitmately throwing up. This morning un-named child is feeling MUCH better. Yay!


Holly said...

Oh dear! I hope your child who required the "bathroom bucket" is ok! :P

Lucy and Ethel said...

I'm so glad you have been working on your blog (and you've been WORKING!). You have so much to say, and since your experience with Seth was so much more recent than ours with Jeffrey, many of your posts remind me of things I'd like to share.

Don't ever think that what you write isn't relevant; it is for SOMEone :)

I also hope the bathroom bucket didn't mean a major catastrophe!!!


Sarah Dawn said...

Oh the joys of mommy, and being able to provide the bathroom bucket. Thanks for bringing a smile to my face today.

Keep writing dear one, the world is reading.

Blessings from Costa Rica,
Sarah Dawn

Anonymous said...

Oh, sorry for the barfies...will be praying for you all...thanks for loving my photo's...I sure love taking pictures of God's creation...:)

Kimberly @ RaisingOlives said...

Hoping that nameless child did not share.

Thank you for sharing your story and being willing to help my friend. I've passed your website on to the family.

You can get in touch with me via the contact page on my blog.

Thanks again!

Sugar and Spice said...

Hi! I saw your comment on Mckmama! I wanted to share my website with you:
I will be donating a portion of all sales to the String of pearls to help families and babies like Stellan! I am trying to get it out there in any way I can! Please let your family, friends etc. I would really appreciate it!
Thanks!! :)

Jess said...

You know, I feel this ALL this time. I struggle to feel even the TINIEST bit creative...I feel like a blobby blogger (if that makes sense..)...

But DON'T stop!!! Your story impacts and encourages, even when you don't realize it...