Sunday, February 03, 2008

Life goes on - thankfully!

First, thanks to all of you who have left comments, sent emails and called to check up on me. I am blessed to have so many people who care about me.

It has been a long weekend. I self-medicated, yesterday, by doing what I do when I am sad... ate chocolate, surfed YouTube and (my favorite) cleaned! I scrubbed, scrubbed, scrubbed and Joseph let me. He lovingly took care of the kids while I spent hours hand scrubbing my kitchen floor, while intermittently asked him questions about God, faith, my dad, life and then fought with him because I didn’t like any of his answers and was in a bad mood. He's so amazing and he knows me so well. He let me be sad and baby'd me. After I was so tired from my cleaning marathon I decided to surfed YouTube. There are some crazy people out there that made me laugh. Then Joseph made some chocolate fondue – not just any chocolate fondue, but the replica of my favorite one at The Melting Pot. He also had strawberries, marshmallows, rice krispy treats, bananas, and brownies for dipping. The perfect ending to my sad day.

I didn’t want to go to church today, but Lovey made me go and I’m glad he did. We sang great worship songs and it was good to see some friends.

I took an awesome nap this afternoon, Lovey took over the laundry and the boys had a blast playing with the neighbor kids for hours. I love that they have friends to spend hours roaming our street with.

We watched the Super Bowl tonight as a family and the boys were adorable. Luke really got into Tom Petty at half time! He tried singin’ along and was stinkin’ adorable! Caleb showed us some of his dancin’ moves, that he should probably keep under wraps until he can perfect them – and he has a long way to go until that happens! I want to point out I was rooting for the Giants going into the night and am thrilled my team won. I love rooting for the underdog! We at yummy pizza, chips and queso and had peanutbutter cup cookies! One word - Delish!

It was a good weekend spent together as a family. I am so blessed to have incredible friends and family! Blessed.

1 comment:

Sincerely Anna said...

It does sound like a good weekend. Go Joseph and the whole idea of chocolate fondue. And how come I have never thought of adding Rice Krispy Treats to the plate before? Yum.