Sunday, March 29, 2009

Thoughts while I'm thinking about them...

Well, I'm at home this Sunday morning for a few reasons. First, I'm feeling the sinus yucks that have been living in our home since the beginning of March, or I guess I should more accurately say since November! I have a full nose and post nasal drip which causes my head to feel like it's going to explode. I'm tired but can't sleep and is just blah. And, thanks to the little one way down deep in my belly, I feel like I'm going to puke almost all the time, but I guess I'm getting used to that at this point. Second, after dressing the kids and getting their bags ready for church this morning, I had like 10 minutes to get ready...and if you would have seen me this morning, I'm sure you would have agreed with me that 10 minutes was not enough time. So, I watched my husband and children leave for church this morning feeling sad that this is the third week in a row that we have not been at church as a family. I turned on AP's Resurrection Letters Vol 2 (this link is ABOUT the album rather than how to purchase it...) for like the 50th time this week and let the words seep deep inside my heart and I meditated on them while I straighted up the mess in the kitchen from a crazy breakfast.

As I listened to the album and read the non-fiction book I'm currently working on (yes, non-fiction people!), I kept getting distracted by all things I feel that God is working on in me and/or I'm wrestling with. I've thought on several occasions, "I should really write about this" or "what would people think about this" or "am I the only one thinking this way" or...well, you get the point. I've been hesistant about adding more "thoughtful" posts to this blog because it just doesn't fit with the theme this blog has taken.

So, I guess my question is, should I start a new blog?

And while I'm on the subject of starting a new blog, I'm trying to get Patrick to start one, too. I think he would really enjoy it and I think that he has a lot up in his brain that people would find very interesting if he chose to share it, though he thinks that his true crazies will come out. I've tried to assure him that no, he's not THAT weird and that people would read it and find what he thinks very interesting. Patrick is very deep and has very deep thoughts/ideas that will cause a person to pause and think.

So, should he start a blog?

What do you think?

2 comments:

Mel H. said...

I think you should start a joint blog...one that you both post to...only rule is...no kids...

Josh and Dana said...

I like the 1st comment...good idea. I was going to say that you could just add your thoughts to this blog unless you're totally committed to keeping it the way it is.