Thursday, January 10, 2008

Glimpse into my noggin today

I'm likin' it!
- my husband!
- conversations with toddlers
- the possibility of new places
- good distractions
- my fridge just after shopping
- baby wiggles in my belly
- the first scoop of peanut butter in a new jar
- vaccuums
- the child lock on the toy closet door

- rain!
- new insight in old scriptures
- grapefruit..yummy..
- friends!
- swiffer wet jet
- plastic baggies for all snacking occasions
- slip-on shoes
- Food storgage
- always having what we need, when we need it!


Not so much...
- big fuzzy, beefy spiders.
- scrubbing the inside of the oven
- the vivid bad dreams that occasionally accompany pregnancy

I guess that's about it! Counting blessing first really shortened my 'not so much' list.

*Although I am sure there is some reason to be grateful for spiders, I can't think of it now, so please feel free to enlighten me!

6 comments:

Bonny said...

uh...did you have a spider encounter recently? I hate them! ahhhh!

The Flynn's said...

I definitely will not sympathize for the spider. I have murdered plenty of spiders in my day and I know one day I'll have to answer for that. I found three big, beefy ones in my basement this week. Ugh....

Pip & Pop said...

My only good thoughts on spiders are that they eat the other bugs... like mosquitoes. :-) Usually as long as a spider doesn't bother me and doesn't reach unnatural proportions (in my view...) or is fuzzy, then I'll let them be. :-)
So many blessings! Luckily not as many spiders!
Ann B

Megan Finlay said...

I have lots of spiders in my house. For some reason they don't bother me at all, I just tell them as long as they don't bite me they can live here.

Shayla said...

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Happiness does not depend on what happens outside of you, but on what happens inside of you.

Harold B. Lee