Saturday, May 08, 2010

A Blog Post

It's 1 o'clock in the morning.
Dave is out of town, so I am still up.
Because I wait up for him.
Not on purpose,
it's just what I do.
And I never realize it,
and will in fact deny it
until he is out of town.
And then I realize it.
He'll be back tomorrow.
And then I won't wait up for him anymore.
Owen is asleep on the couch.
He had a bad dream about bugs.
I just finished three episodes of
The Donna Reed Show.
On Hulu.
And I've decided I really, really need a haircut.
I just needed to tell someone those things, and who else can I tell these things
at 1 o'clock in the morning?
And here are some pictures,
because I think I've figured out

that I do the blog for the writing,
and you read the blog for the pictures.


Hizzeather said...

Yeah, pretty much. I enjoy the writing of course, but when there are pictures it makes everything better.

ps...time to finish construction on your blog! :)

adventure knitter said...

I was up way too late last night too. But not watching Donna Reed. What a cute cute baby! (she looks like Dave in those pictures...)

Velvet Over Steel said...

What a beautiful daughter you have!!!! I love the fact that you 'wait up' and write on your blog like you are talking to good friend on the phone! Awesome! I found you through Heather. She is one of my angels! :-) Following you for both your writing and to see pitures of your beautiful children! :-) HUGS, Coreen

Heatherlyn said...

Beautiful pictures! Beautiful baby!

And I like what you have to say, maybe even more than the pictures!!!

I've had a few really bad bug nightmares!!! They really stink!!! When you finally get that cute haircut post some pictures! (And I like it so much better when Jeremy is NOT out of town. When he's out of town I make sure I take some benadryl before I got to sleep so that I can fall asleep!)

Heatherlyn said...

Your baby is so pretty!

I haven't been to hot springs that smell like sulfur yet, but I know that some hot springs do. I don't know what makes the difference between the ones that do and the ones that don't.