Friday, July 03, 2009
Ready, Set.... Blog!
Ah, finally sitting down to blog. I feel like I have one hundred and one posts to do tonight. I hardly ever get the chance to post anymore, because the only place I ever get a chance, is at work. I decided that blogging at work is not such a great idea. Not that I ever really put anything in there that is work-related or derogatory towards my employer, but it's just the idea of a blog being so personal. Yes, I know that it's open to the world ... but it's a different kind of invasion of privacy, when they're actually viewing your cookies and history on the computer at work to see what you're doing or where you're 'browsing'. Used to be that they were mostly concerned when you were on Monster or Career Builder. That always raises a flag. Then they start to eyeball you and wonder if you're planning on leaving soon and who'll do your job etc etc. So, where was I? Oh yes, updating you on the ever so eventful life o' mine. Not much to write home about lately. Mostly waiting for "things to happen" and still working on the wedding planning. I've just about got all of the vendors lined up and the deposits made. Luckily, I have the best maid of honor ever, so I'm relieved that I don't have to 'go it alone' when it comes to all the bride's duties and such. Jeff trusts me to take care of things. I mean, he gives his input but mostly he leaves it to me. Which I guess is better than the other way around. He doesn't give me grief about things.. like color schemes, music, menus. I think things are falling into place, in every aspect of life right now. It seems that my family is coming together again.. and I'm finding a lot of peace in that. I knew it would happen, or at least I prayed a lot that it would. I think it worked. Actually, I know it worked. It's rare that prayer fails, when you're really putting your heart into it. That's my biggest theory on praying.. I never ask God to "make" something happen; I ask him to help me find the tools to make it happen. Courage, Wisdom, Strength, Perserverance. All the good stuff.