Thursday, October 04, 2007


I am so glad to read this. I don't even have the homoer*tic issues to which the author attests (snort), yet I feel almost exactly the same way he does on this topic. And now I can say that I'm relieved to not be the only one taking a mental vacation during the singing of those songs.

I found this cool site while looking for an alphabetical list of the elements.

This is what I'm trying to get for Q. He's had a hard time with food today--not wanting what he's offered, more coming out than goes in. If you know of anyone who might have it for less, please let me know.

Earlier, I spent an hour or so putting together new schedules for each of the kids. The girls were painting, G had gone to entertain Q and fell asleep on the bed next to him. The pair of boys were so cute. Not a word G enjoys in application to himself these days. With no one needing anything, it's amazing how much one can accomplish--and how thoroughly one might lose track of time.

Off to do stories, meds, laundry, etc.

...And I fell asleep reading to the girls. So much for a productive evening. Well, it was productive. Just in the snuggling sense.

Sleep well.


Zoo Keeper said...

Thanks for linking that blog... We have gotten much discussion from it. I am so unenthusiastic about the "silly love song" genre.

How can that liquid stuff for Q. cost that much?? It boggles the mind... Like my guys contact lenses. $280 a pop, for a wee little bit of silicone. Crazy.

Under the Sky said...

Oh, C, it is so nice to know that I am not alone in my discomfort with those kinds of songs!

Thanks for the link. I always felt like I was a bad Christian because I was uncomfortable with them!