Sunday, December 09, 2007

Grateful Sunday

  1. Funny People - "The Gap Girls" sketch from SNL that always makes me laugh (My favorite part is 4:14 into it, watch the whole thing though). The professional bloggers Dooce and Dub and Confessions of a Pioneer and Sue for telling funny and real stories that entertain and make me laugh. Liz J and her awesome "speaking" voices for Tim and Caroline.
  2. Our daily Christmas chain countdown. A scripture, a song, and a story. I love how it brings the spirit into our home, for even just a few minutes (and then we bark at them to get into bed, and there goes the spirit). I love that we won't miss a Christmas song this season!
  3. President Eyring's talk. Only after hearing it live, seeing it again at least 2 times (Tivo), reading it, and then listening to a talk and RG lesson on it did I finally apply it to my life. Am I stubborn or what?
  4. A nice long no-guilt nap, since P & O were napping at the same time.
  5. P loving "Patty Cake"
  6. Deja Vu.
  7. Being inspired by Rachel and Ryan who ran a 5 K this Saturday in 29 minutes and 25 minutes, respectively. You skinny, fit, weather loving people rock!
  8. The snow for having a better excuse not to go outside running.
  9. P's cute hat that keeps her warm on our walks to school and that everyone we see compliments.

4 comments:

Rachel said...

Stop it with P's hat. SERIOUSLY I can't take it anymore. I think you are attacking me until I come to see her...Maybe it is working.

I didn't watch the Gap Girls cause I am too exhausted, but LAY OFF ME I'M STARVING!!!

Liz said...

Oooh, thank you for the Gap Girls. It was exactly what I needed tonight. Classic!

We need to copy your countdown to Christmas chain - what a great idea. You guys do such a good job. Thanks for the example.

Christie K said...

Did I make that I hat? It is so cute on her. She should be mine you know? She and Asher really could pass as twins.

MarySue said...

Thank you for another picture of P to enjoy from too long a distance and thank you for the reminder of how much I loved Pres. Eyrings talk. Oh how much we need reminders and rereads.