It is about time to post the Baby Pool. Make your guesses at Baby #3's Pool to the right! I loved doing this with Ms. Zoe Jane and seeing what everyone thought about our little secret. My best friend Crystal ended up winning last time which was so fun! We can't wait to see what you all guess...even names!
A little clue about names: Both are VERY traditional...and by traditional I mean an oldie but a goodie! No weird spellings...no being unique....just great solid names!
I hope you all Love guessing as much as we do each and every day!
Could more happen in one week!?!
We have seen A Royal Wedding make history, A Town so close to my heart survive a ridiculous Tornado, A Glorious Man, Pope John Paul II, was beatified and became "blessed", and our military had a huge victory in the war against terrorism! And I have mixed reactions, mixed feelings about all of them.
I watched the replays of the wedding...I thought it was beautiful and oh did I LOVE the reading from Romans during the ceremony! But it was not on my priority list to set an alarm and loose my beauty rest :)
I could loose some sleep over my T-Town! I can't stop looking at pictures, watching footage from the day....in awe that these things really can happen. I do LOVE how people come together in tragedy...I wish these actions took place each and every day...can you imagine? And I LOVE the song by Laura Story: Blessings...God has a hand in every thing that happens to us...good or bad!
Growing up, the only person I knew as Pope was John Paul II. As an adult, the more and more I read about him and read his inspiring words....I am in awe of the wisdom and faithfulness of this man. I LOVE that JPII is one step closer to becoming a saint!
A Man who has caused so much hurt, grief, pain in our Country is now dead. Very mixed feelings on this. I do agree with what was stated here though....
“Osama bin Laden, as we all know, bore the most serious responsibility for spreading divisions and hatred among populations, causing the deaths of innumerable people, and manipulating religions for this purpose.
In the face of a man’s death, a Christian never rejoices, but reflects on the serious responsibilities of each person before God and before men, and hopes and works so that every event may be the occasion for the further growth of peace and not of hatred.” – Father Federico Lombardi, S.J.