So...Andrea, from Under Grace & Over Coffee, shares random bits of her life each Friday and since I rarely have an original idea of my own, I am playing along. Plus my picture is next to the word "random" in the dictionary. OK, so it's not...but it should be.
Here's a few bits from my world:
I have green toes. Bye-bye shades of plum, navy, and black...it's almost Spring. It's almost St. Patrick's Day. I need green "Lily's Pad" toenails. I now have them. Thank you, Piggy Polish!
Since it's still a tad chilly for baring my Springy toes, I am embracing color with my new Chuck Taylors, in Raspberry and Light Blue. I call it Turquoise, though...'cause that sounds fancier and I am all about the fancy. Chucks instantly up the ante on a pair of jeans and a t-shirt...it's simple fashion, y'all! Chucks also make me feel young. Yes, I am 34...and I'll be sporting my Converse even when I'm 64. And singing The Beatles. (Get it??? Kelly will get it. Happy 34th birthday-a-day-early, Kelly!)
I must thank Kristen, as always, for introducing me to goodreads. It's a book lover's paradise! I made an analogy for it: goodreads is to books what Sephora is to cosmetics. Or, in simple terms, I love it!
Saturday night I will be squealing like a nine year old, unabashedly. Because we're going to see Watchmen (and dragging our friends, Bill & Kim, with us!) and I have waited many, many years for this epic, graphic novel to premiere on the big screen. My wait is over. I swear, this weekend should be a 3-day holiday as far as Watchmen is concerned. Seriously. Y'all know me and my Sci-Fi.
Are you kidding me? Yes, that's Smashing Pumpkins' operatic "The Beginning is the End is the Beginning" playing in the trailer. Brilliant! Genius! Amazing! Oh, but it makes me so very happy.
Finally...my sweet Caroline has taken to asking, "Have we got enough?" She questions this while we load groceries in the car, when picking up her toys, while feeding Lewis, and when I cut the cornbread I've made for supper. "Mommy, do we have enough?" I tell her, "Yes. We have Jesus. We have each other. We have more than enough." Because it's the truest thing I'll ever impart to these children of mine.
"More than all I want, more than all I need, You are more than enough for me"--Chris Tomlin
Happy weekend, y'all!