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In case you were wondering...

Wednesday, September 13, 2006

Just in case you were wondering what I've been up to as of late, which you probably haven't, but in the event that you have...this is what I stare at. Work, research, computer, facts and files...writing this book that looms like a sky-scraper over my head. But it will get done...months from now, but I will show its' shiny bright cover on the day it is finished.

I take my shiny bright son to school and he jumps out, excited to begin the day. Such joy in learning, has he. Commas should separate words, mom, so people know that the words are all separate. So, my, senetences, should, be, written, like, this. I read it like it would sound and he simply looks at me, and then moves on to the next topic.

I spoke with my brother today, who is healing and sounding better than ever. This was a cry for help, one that he knew no other way to achieve, and it has worked for him, in ways that others have not been as fortunate for.

So ends this shiny bright entry for today...

  1. Blogger Steve House said:

    Bright positive attitudes always help. Even a self enforced bright positive attitude.

  1. Blogger Will said:

    Isn't it amazing how the little ones soak up so much information ?

  1. Blogger Pat Paulk said:

    And, here's, a, shiny, bright, comment!! I was wondering!!

  1. Blogger missy said:

    I love this shiny, bright entry! I used a comma there. Your son would be so proud :-)

    I was talking about editing marks with my students today. Their favourite is the symbol for switching words around and starting a new paragraph. Bless.

  1. Blogger Berlinbound said:

    Hope all is well in your world ... Would like to share a cup of coffee today ...

  1. Anonymous Anonymous said:

    Good things those bright days. It's kind of grey over here.

  1. Blogger for_the_lonely said:

    Your, son, cracks, me, up! :)

    So glad to hear about your brother!

    Many prayer to those affected by the shootings today. :(


  1. Blogger Trundling Grunt said:

    A bright entry on a grey day. Thank you!

  1. Anonymous Anonymous said:

    I think that is great news all around!

  1. Blogger Heidi said:

    Shiney, bright, positive and yellow :)

    Btw..Thank u for your comment..I'm still in shock..I posted a new entry after your comment on the last one.

  1. Blogger fb said:

    Sounds like things are getting better!

    , Look a comma!

  1. Blogger christina said:

    So glad to see that everyone is moving forward. Good luck with the book. I know it's going to be fabulous. Let your little guy proof read it to see if you left out any commas! :-)

  1. Anonymous Anonymous said:

    Your book is going to be such a great accomplishment. Can't wait to see the cover on your blog.

    I am so glad your brother is doing better. I wish him all the best.


  1. Blogger sophie said:

    I love your work station!
    What is that book about Cathy?

    Shiny bright girl:)

  1. Blogger Tee/Tracy said:

    Cute story about your son.

    I'm glad your brother is getting better.

    You sound like you're deep in thought today. I don't know. I got that vibe.

  1. Blogger Mise en Place said:

    So happy to hear that things are shining your way! :):)

  1. Blogger Devil Mood said:

    That looks exactly like my desk, Cathy :)
    Kids are so funny, their vision is so different and sometimes so true.

  1. Blogger Michelle said:

    The photo looks like my desk except no book writing for me, just academic papers :(
    So glad your brother is doing well :o)

  1. Blogger Dr. Deb said:

    So glad to learn that your brother is healing everyday.


  1. Blogger Christopher D. Bate said:

    bright days are good. I'm glad you are well

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